Copycat DQ Ice Cream Cake

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I Looove Dairy Queen Ice Cream Cake! But, it’s fairly expensive. I’ve found that you can make it yourself and make it pretty close to the original, if I do say so myself. Here is the recipe I’ve used, quite a few times, to recreate the goodness!

Copycat DQ Ice Cream Cake

  • 1 Package Oreo Cookies or Store Brand Chocolate Cookies
  • 1 Container Vanilla Ice Cream (or flavor of your choice)
  • 1 Container Chocolate Ice Cream (or flavor of your choice)
  • 1 Cup Chocolate Syrup, Hot Fudge or Magic Shell enough to coat crumbs and turn into a thick “goo” that is easily spreadable
  • 1 Container Frozen Whipped Topping
  • 1 Spring Form Pan
  • 1 Tablespoon Butter


  • I started with a vanilla and chocolate ice cream, but it's up to you to use whatever flavors you like! Begin by letting the ice cream soften just a tad so it is workable but not soupy and melted (it's an art to achieve the best consistency). 
  • Butter the bottom and sides of your pan, then spread a thin layer of vanilla ice cream on the bottom and sides, all the way to the top. Refreeze for a few minutes to harden this layer before moving onto the next.
  • Spread a layer of chocolate ice cream to fill the pan half way up, then refreeze.
  • Fill a plastic bag with Oreo cookies (or store brand), and use a rolling pin to crush them into fine crumbs. You may also try putting them in a food grater or blender. The smaller the crumbs the better! Mix the crumbs with chocolate syrup and spread over chocolate ice cream.
  • Spread a layer of vanilla ice cream over the crumbs, then cover and freeze.

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