Cake Batter Oreo Ice Cream Pops

Cake Batter Oreo Ice Cream Pops… a delicious treat for summer!

Hey guys! It Julianne again from Beyond Frosting! I love popping in here once a month to share my treats with you! I want to take a minute and congratulate Nikki on her new bundle of joy! How exciting!

When I was a kid, I remember my mom making popsicles for us all the time. Most of the time it was some “frizzy fruit shake pops” as we liked to call them. It was basically a bunch of berries blended together with some soda and then frozen, but man; they were one of my favorite treats on a hot summer day. I recently realized that I haven’t made popsicles in forever. Do I make popsicles or ice cream popsicles? Fruit? Pudding? The possibilities are endless! I have plenty of ice cream recipes, but no popsicles.

I decided to start with no-churn Cake Batter Oreo Ice Cream Popsicles. They can be whipped together pretty quickly, but they need a couple hours to freeze. I didn’t have a Popsicle maker, so I made these in paper cups and used paper straws instead of Popsicle sticks. I decided after walking around Target 3 times, I didn’t need to find actual popsicle sticks anymore. Nobody’s got time for that! The paper straws work perfectly.

Cake Batter Oreo Ice Cream Pops… a delicious treat for summer!

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Cake Batter Oreo Ice Cream Popsicles
A cake batter ice cream popsicle with cake batter Oreos.
Recipe type: Dessert
Serves: 8-10
  • 8-10 Paper cups and straws
  • 2 C Crushed Birthday Cake Oreos
  • 1 Jar (14 oz) Sweetened condensed milk
  • ½ C Vanilla cake mix (dry)
  • 1 tube (8oz) Cool Whip
  • ½ C Sprinkles
  1. Place Oreos in a Ziploc bag and use a rolling pin or heavy object to crush Oreos into small pieces. Set aside.
  2. Combine sweetened condensed milk and dry vanilla cake mix. Stir until cake mix is incorporated into the condensed milk.
  3. Add Cool Whip and mix until well combined.
  4. Sprinkle a little bit of Oreo and sprinkles into the bottom of each cup.
  5. Pour remaining Oreos and sprinkles into ice cream batter. Mix until smooth.
  6. Divide ice cream evenly between cups. Put a straw down the middle of each cup (you may want to cut the straws in half).
  7. Freeze for 3-4 hours to harden. Remove paper lining before eating.


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  1. Laura @ Raise Your Garden

    oh my, these are stunningly beautiful.

    I'm just imagining myself bringing these out for a kids birthday party and the kids lighting up like the 4th of July!!

  2. Mir

    This recipe is awesome! I cannot wait to try it out on my very picky children. I think they'll go for it!

  3. Matt Robinson

    These are so fun, the kids would love this treat over the summer!

  4. Emily @ Life on Food

    These look so good and easy to put together. I love that you didn't need any extra equipment. And the straws just add to the fun.

  5. Jerri

    These look fabulous! I can't wait to try them!

  6. Jeanne


    I tried this today but they didn't harden after hours in the freezer. Can't figure out what I did wrong???
    But they tasted delicious!!!!!

  7. Rebecca Parsons


    This is such a yummy recipe, thank you for sharing it!