Vanilla Freeze Dessert Recipe

Favorite Dessert - For Three Reasons


This Vanilla Freeze Dessert Recipe is a personal favorite of mine for several reasons. Of course it is delicious. Who doesn't like ice cream and Oreo cookies?

The recipe is so easy a ten year old child could make it.

And that brings up the third reason I love this recipe - it was sent to me by a ten year old named Connie from Arizona.

She wrote that it is a dessert she really likes and is especially good because it helps her "chill out" in Arizona. 

She also said she got the recipe from her Mom but that her Mom could not remember where she learned it.

She also said in her email that she thought about sending her recipe to me because her Mother had made the Mudd Pie Recipe and everyone at her house liked it, too!

What a great recipe to receive!

Thank you, Connie, and - as promised - here is the web page with the dessert recipe you sent.



Connie's Vanilla Freeze Dessert


Preparation time: 5 minutes. Serves 1.


Ingredients:

  • 2 scoops quality softened vanilla ice cream (see note below)
  • 4 ounces Oreo cookie pieces
  • Whipped cream and 1 whole Oreo cookie (or raspberry sauce and fresh raspberries)

 Instructions:

  • Place 2 scoops of softened vanilla ice cream in a mixing bowl
  • Add 4 ounces crushed Oreo cookie pieces and mix well
  • Pour or scoop into a 12 ounce glass or dessert glass and top with whipped cream and the whole Oreo cookie

Instead of topping the ice cream and Oreo cookie mixture with whipped cream, try topping with a raspberry sauce and a few fresh raspberries.

Instead of using vanilla ice cream - use mint, mocha, chocolate or strawberry ice cream. Yummy!


Snowman eating ice cream

Thanks again, Connie, for the dessert recipe! Vanilla ice cream and Oreo cookies certainly qualify this recipe as a real restaurant recipe.

Connie and I both say, "Enjoy your ice cream dessert and the company of those you share it with!"

Donna

“I doubt whether the world holds for anyone a more soul-stirring surprise than the first adventure with ice cream.”

Heywood Broun