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Coffee Oreo Ice Cream Recipe

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Oreos are some of the most popular cookies out there, and they play a part in a ton of recipes, from cheesecakes to chocolate cakes. Oreos are super versatile! 

You can even make your own ultimate oreo iced coffee!

Well, Oreos are awesome in homemade ice cream as well, especially when you combine them with one of our favorite flavors — coffee. So, coffee and Oreo ice cream is a thing, and yes, it’s as good as it sounds. 

The best part is you need just a few ingredients, and everything is ready in minutes. You just have to wait for the ice cream to freeze in the fridge. Other than that, you’ll make this ice cream faster than going to buy some at the store.You can even make your own oreo iced coffee.

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What goes into coffee Oreo ice cream?

There are a few critical ingredients to consider here. Let’s start with coffee, and for me, that means espresso. Two entire shots, to be precise. We also need Oreo cookies, which we’ll crush and throw into the mix.

Condensed milk will give creaminess and sweetness to the ice cream, but feel free to add more sugar if you need it. Vanilla just adds flavor and no sweetness.

The last ingredient is heavy whipping cream, and it matters the most. You must whip it to puff it up to add some air to the ice cream. Without air bubbles, the ice cream will just freeze rock solid.

Tips for the perfect ice cream

  • As you see, this ice cream recipe doesn’t call for an ice cream maker, which makes the ice cream smoother; that’s a fact. The problem is that not everyone has an ice cream machine. 

  • Combine the whipped cream with the rest of the ingredients gently to avoid bursting the tiny air bubbles in the mixture. Go gentle and use a rubber or silicone spatula. 

  • Freeze the ice cream for at least four hours. It will be even better if left in the freezer overnight. And know that the ice cream will keep indefinitely just like any other ice cream.

Let’s explore this recipe and make ourselves a batch of coffee and Oreo ice cream. How cool is that? Let’s do it!

How to Make It

  • Prep Time10 min
  • Total Time10 min
  • Serving Size4
  • Energy599 cal




Brew the espresso and let it cool to room temperature.


In a mixing bowl, combine the condensed milk, vanilla extract and espresso.


In a second mixing bowl, whisk the whipping cream until stiff peaks form.


Incorporate the coffee mixture into the whipped cream. Combine with a spatula.


Crush the Oreos and add them in.


Freeze the ice cream overnight.

  • Nutrition Facts

  • Serving Size4
  • Amount per serving
  • Calories599
  • % Daily Value*Standard DV
  • Total Fat28.3 g78 g36.28%
  • Saturated Fat15.2 g20 g76%
  • Cholesterol84 mg300 mg28%
  • Sodium288 mg2300 mg12.52%
  • Total Carbohydrate77.2 g275 g28.07%
  • Dietary Fiber0.9 g28 g3.21%
  • Total Sugars66.6 g
  • Protein10.5 g50 g21%
  • Calcium320 mg1300 mg24.62%
  • Iron1 mg18 mg5.56%
  • Potassium489 mg4700 mg10.4%
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