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This Ice Cream Pie Recipe is loaded with hot fudge, caramel, peanut butter, and chocolate that in an Oreo pie crust. I’m calling it a 7 layer pie because I made homemade ice cream full of layers of flavor!
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Loaded Ice Cream Pie
This is not your regular no-churn ice cream pie recipe: This is a chocolate peanut butter pretzel caramel drizzle ice cream pie recipe. It’s a mouthful of a name and dessert! So we’ll just stick to calling this the loaded ice cream pie.
It’s too bad I can’t face-plant onto a computer screen. That might hurt, but if it would mean I could taste this pie again, I might try it.
Why you’ll love this recipe
- Homeade ice cream without a machine – no churn!
- An incredible mix of everyone’s favorite flavors including chocolate, pretzel, caramel, and peanut butter!
- Amazing for birthdays or special occasions
- Oreo Crust: You can use a store bought crust or make my perfect Oreo Crust Recipe.
- Sweetened condensed milk and Heavy whipping cream: These create the no churn ice cream base.
- Hot Fudge: I prefer to make my own hot fudge sauce since it is so quick and easy to make, but you can use store-bought to save 5 minutes
- Caramel Sauce: I made my own caramel sauce with 3 simple ingredients, or use store bought.
- Peanut butter: you can’t ever go wrong with creamy peanut butter
- Oreos: I crushed my Oreos in a plastic sandwich bag or you can quickly blend them in a food processor
- Pretzels: coarsely broken pretzels to add some crunch and a salty-sweet goodness
- Sprinkles: rainbow sprinkles for a pop of fun
How to Make an Ice Cream Pie
- Stir together sweetened condensed milk and vanilla extract.
- Whip the cold heavy whipping cream until stiff peaks form (make whipped cream) and then fold it into the sweetened condensed milk.
- Drizzle all of the peanut butter and about ⅔ of the hot fudge and caramel on top of the ice cream mixture, then sprinkle on Oreos, pretzels, and sprinkles. Fold to slightly combine – you don’t want it totally mixed but more want to see the swirls of sauces.
- Pour the ice cream into the prepared crust. Drizzle remaining hot fudge and caramel over the top and add more sprinkles, if desired.
- Freeze for at least 4 hours, or until firm.
- To slice the frozen pie, heat your knife up with hot water for easy slices.
- Change up the extract flavors to add different flavors to the pie.
- Swap out any of the mix-ins for something else or use a graham cracker crust instead.
If stored in the freezer, your homemade ice cream pie can last for up to 4 months.
The best way to store your pie in the freezer is to freeze your pie uncovered first. Once your pie is completely frozen, wrap it with plastic wrap.
Seven Layer Ice Cream Pie
- 1 9-inch Oreo Crust (homemade or store bought)
- ⅔ cup sweetened condensed milk (7 ounces by weight; half a 14 ounce can)
- 1 cup (237ml) heavy whipping cream
- ¼ cup (74g) Hot Fudge Sauce
- ¼ cup (82g) Caramel Sauce
- ¼ cup (64g) peanut butter
- 6 (67g) Oreos Chopped
- ½ cup (17g) coarsely broken pretzels
- ¼ cup (44g) rainbow sprinkles
- Beat heavy whipping cream until stiff peaks form. Fold in sweetened condensed milk carefully so as not to break the cream.
- Drizzle all of the peanut butter and about ⅔ of the hot fudge and caramel on top of the ice cream mixture, then sprinkle on Oreos, pretzels, and sprinkles. Fold to slightly combine – you don't want it totally mixed but more want to see the swirls of sauces.
- Pour the ice cream into the prepared crust. Drizzle remaining hot fudge and caramel over the top and add more sprinkels, if desired.
- Freeze for at least 4 hours, or until firm.
- Store in freezer for up to 1 month.
- To slice frozen pie, heat your knife up with hot water for easy slices.
- Feel free to swap out sauces with other flavors (butterscotch or marshmallow, or even fruit ice cream topping).
- You can swap the add-ins for other cookies or candies too.
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Last Updated on May 20, 2023
AMAZING and delectable dessert!
I’m not much of a pie person but I could totally get on board with this!
I’m gonna pretend I didn’t hear you say “not much of a pie person” lol! 🙂 Thanks!
I echo your husband when I say “I also want to plant my face in that.” Like, strap a feed bag to my head and fill it with only this magical, amazing seven layer fat-free pie (I saw the words “fat free” in this post so I’m sticking to that opinion).
I’d stick with that too!
Oh dear this pie des look mighty tasty, fat free ice cream has got to be good if Breyers makes it.
Pretty sure seven layer anything is a good idea. Love this!
Ok. This is tempting me like you read about! Why is there not one in my freezer right now?! I need to fix that 😉 Incredible!!
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