Mint Oreo Icebox Cake

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This Mint Oreo Icebox Cake recipe is perfectly minty and so easy to make. It’s a no bake dessert that can be made in less than 30 minutes!

Looking for more no bake icebox cake recipes? Try my Strawberry Shortcake Icebox Cake and my Reese’s Peanut Butter Chocolate Icebox Cake.

This Mint Oreo Icebox Cake Is Quick And Easy To Make

Certainly by now you know that I also love a more complicated dessert and beautiful cakes as much as the next person, but there are definitely times that easy, quick and super tasty is all you need. This is one of those recipes for one of those times. And it’s perfect for sharing with friends!

And I need an easier dessert to make this weekend. I felt restricted because our garbage disposal was jammed, so no water would go down the drain and when I tried to use the dishwasher, water started filling up the sink. Eek!

So, our Saturday night was spent doing two things.

1. We saw ‘The Lone Survivor’. O.M.G. Have you seen that? Amazing. Must see. It absolutely blows my mind that our service men are trained to be able to go through that. It’s amazing that a body can be trained for that. It’s humbling and makes me so appreciative of what those men and their families sacrifice. One of my very best friends’ husbands flies in the army and I couldn’t help but think of them for a lot of the movie. I cried like a baby. See it. Seriously.

Recipe For Oreo Icebox Cake

2. The hubs fixed the garbage disposal. I was super impressed. I was convinced we’d need to call a plumber. Instead, he started taking things apart, with me as his sidekick. It wasn’t looking good. He had me googling diagrams of our exact model so we could figure out how to take it apart. He was removing tubes and hoses and stuff. It was scary. But he fixed it! And at least for the night, he was my hero. The sound of a garbage disposal has never been so sweet.

However, when I made this, I still had no good sink options. So easy was preferred.

No Bake Mint Dessert

I Love Minty Oreo Desserts

Plus, it’s full of one of my favorite things – Oreos. I mean really, sometimes I think I will turn into an Oreo. I have always loved them and double stuffed is the way to my heart. Bring on that Oreo filling.

This icebox cake is full of those amazing sandwich cookies of the mint variety. Two boxes of them, to be exact. One box for each layer.

How To Make Mint Oreo Icebox Cake

To make this delicious minty cake, you start by dipping a layer of mint Oreos into milk and making a single layer on the bottom of a 9×13 pan. Since milk and Oreos are made for each other, that makes perfect sense.

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Then you’ll top that layer with some chocolate pudding. It always surprises me how much I like pudding when I make it.

Next, I added some mini chocolate chips to give a little crunch. On top of the chocolate pudding, you can add a layer of them, if you like. It’s hard to see them in my pictures except for on the top of the cake, but they’re there.

Icebox Cake Recipe

Chocolate Chips Add Crunch To This Icebox Cake

I have a fabulous girlfriend who absolutely dies over anything mint and chocolate chip. She always tells me how she loves my recipes and she so wonderfully shares many of them. So the chocolate chips in this are in her honor. I hope you like them too! It gives a bit of crunch.

Next, add another layer of milk dipped Oreos.

The next pudding layer is actually a vanilla pudding with some mint extract and green color added to it. Funny, it doesn’t show as much in the pictures either, but darn is it good and minty.

Oreo Icebox Cake Recipe

What Toppings Go On This Mint Oreo Icebox Cake?

Finish it off with a layer of Cool Whip (or homemade whipped cream) and sprinkle some more chocolate chips, Oreo crumbs (I had about 3 cookies left for this purpose) and some chocolate sauce.

Can you Freeze Mint Oreo Icebox Cake?

You can freeze this cake or store it in the fridge. My preference was the fridge. Yum! I took it to our small group and it was a hit! A few of them thought it surely had Andes Mints in it, but no. Mint Oreos and mint pudding are responsible for that tasty flavor.

Mint Oreo Icebox Cake Recipe

So what are you waiting for? With a dessert this easy, it’s time to get started! 🙂

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Mint Oreo Icebox Cake on white plate

Mint Oreo Icebox Cake

  • Author: Lindsay
  • Prep Time: 25
  • Total Time: 25 minutes
  • Yield: 15-18 Slices
  • Category: Dessert
  • Method: No Bake
  • Cuisine: American


This Mint Oreo Icebox Cake recipe is perfectly minty and so easy to make. It’s a no bake dessert that can be made in less than 30 minutes to feed a crowd!


  • 1 (3.4 oz) package chocolate pudding
  • 1 (3.4 oz) package vanilla pudding
  • 4 1/2 cups (1080ml) milk, divided
  • 3/4 tsp mint extract
  • 4 drops blue food color*
  • 2 drops yellow food color*
  • 2 (15.25 oz) boxes Mint Oreos
  • 1 1/2 cups mini chocolate chips, divided
  • 8 oz Cool Whip (or homemade whipped cream)
  • Chocolate sauce for topping, if desired


  1. Make chocolate pudding according to directions on package, using 2 cups of milk. Set aside.
  2. Make vanilla pudding according to directions of package, using 2 cups milk.
  3. Add mint extract and food color (see NOTE below) to vanilla pudding and mix well. Set aside.
  4. Put remaining 1/2 cup milk into a small bowl.
  5. Dip Mint Oreos in milk quickly and then place into the bottom of a 9×13 pan, making a single layer.
  6. Spread chocolate pudding over the first layer of Mint Oreos.
  7. Sprinkle 3/4 cup of mini chocolate chips over the chocolate pudding.
  8. Dip remaining Mint Oreos in milk quickly and place on top of the chocolate chips, in a single layer.
  9. Spread mint pudding over the second layer of Mint Oreos.
  10. Spread Cool Whip (or whipped cream) over the top of the mint pudding.
  11. Sprinkle remaining 3/4 cup mini chocolate chips on top of the whipped topping.
  12. Garnish with 3-4 crumbled Mint Oreos and chocolate sauce, if desired.
  13. The icebox cake doesn’t really need to firm up and can be eaten immediately. However, the Oreos will be easier to slice if given a little time to soften. I recommend refrigerating for 2-3 hours before serving.
  14. Store covered in the refrigerator. Best if eaten within 3-4 days.


Food coloring: At the time that I made this, I didn’t have green food color, so I used blue and yellow to make green. If you have green, you can use that. I’d start with 2 or 3 drops and then check the color.


  • Serving Size: 1 Slice
  • Calories: 315
  • Sugar: 30.8 g
  • Sodium: 294.8 mg
  • Fat: 13.2 g
  • Carbohydrates: 45.4 g
  • Protein: 6.4 g
  • Cholesterol: 8.5 mg

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  1. Dianna

    The photos look like two layers of the mint vanilla pudding not one layer of chocolate and one layer of mint???


    im very comfused by this recipe am I really using 13.4 oz of each flavor of pudding and am I preparing it as directed on the box or with 2 cups of milk

    1. Lindsay

      No, it’s one 3.4oz box of each. I can see how that’s confusing and the recipe has been updated. You should prepare it as stated on the box, but all that I’ve used in the past use 2 cups per 3.4 oz box.

  3. Shilpa Malhotra

    Just love these kind of recipes – simple, light, fast and delicious. Can’t wait to try this. Thanks!

  4. Melanie

    I am not typically a big pudding or mint person but one of my colleague’s wanted a dessert with mint and cool whip. I made this and omitted the chocolate syrup and halved the chocolate chips. We all agreed it was more minty than chocolatey, but, it was good! I would make this again because it was so easy! I might omit the mint extract since I do not prefer it as much as the next person. Thanks for an easy recipe that is great for work!

  5. Dena

    I made this for a pigout at work yesterday and it was really good. I did break cookies in half to fill in the edges where needed to cover the pan. Many positive compliments and it’s easy which makes it even better! thanks!

  6. Preston

    Hi, love this idea! Really looking forward to making it!

    One question:
    Would it still work with Wagon Wheels or some other mint Oreo-like things, because Australia doesn’t stock them and I am going to have to order them over the Internet.

    I really want to make this!
    Thanks for the recipe!


      You could definitely use some other kind of chocolate cookie. I’m not really familiar with the wagon wheels, but I googled and it looks like they have out outer chocolate coating. If that’s the case, I’m not sure they’d be the best substitute. The Oreos usually soften front he moisture of the ingredients around them. With the coating, I’m not sure those cookies would do the same. Maybe find another chocolate cookie without the coating?

  7. rishabh krishna

    IS it necessary to refrigerate Mint Oreo Icebox Cake………i am taking part in cooking without fire competition and they dont provide refrigerator …..if it is necessary to refrigerate then please suggest any sweet dish in which it is not necessary to refrigerate or bake……thanks!


      You would want to refrigerate this for it to get firm. Once firm, you could leave it out of the fridge for an hour or 2 and it should be fine.

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  9. Jessica

    Hello! I tried this recipe but because oreo cookies are circular, I was wondering what you did to make sure that the entire layer is covered with biscuit, since it’ll inevitably result in holes between the biscuits! Thank you!


      There isn’t really anything to fix that. Overall the dessert is very pudding-heavy. The Oreos break that up and add some texture and thickness.

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  12. Wendy

    Lindsay, you come up with the most luscious desserts and your photos make them MUST HAVES! I am not surprised that your group loved it. Chocolate mint is good but something cold and chocolate mint is even better. 🙂 Pinned!

  13. Jessi @ Practically Functional

    Oh man that looks amazing! I’m a big fan of no bake too! Stopping by to pin this and let you know I featured it on my blog today!

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  16. Brittany

    My hubby and I made this over the weekend and it is absolutely DELICIOUS! I love the simplicity of it yet the amazing flavor! Mint anything is my favorite. 🙂 Thanks!!

  17. Krista @ Joyful Healthy Eats

    Wow! The chocolate dripping down on this looks to die for and the mint green just pops off the screen. Mint and chocolate is my all time favorite combo, can’t wait to give this recipe a try Lindsay! Thanks! Pinned. 🙂

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  19. Gloria @ Simply Gloria

    Lindsay, that is the worst when the garbage disposal is jammed! I always forget and keep putting food in the sink… that right there is no fun! But, this dessert on the other hand ROCKS!!

  20. J.nelly

    Ohh, how I love you sister. This looks awesome. I really want to watch that movie even more now. Watched Captain Phillips last night- GREAT movie. Ridiculously suspenseful and much better than I thought it would be. Ok I’m sending you a text now because I miss you, don’t worry about replying to this because you will be hearing from me in T minus one minute.

  21. Cathy

    I am sharing your wonderful post tomorrow in my “100 Something Green St. Patricks Day RoundUp” with a link back to your original post plus pinned to my St. Patricks Day Board! Have a terrific weekend!
    Cathy from

  22. Kathi @ Deliciously Yum!

    Wow – I saw this on Pinterest and just had to come over. These pictures are so beautiful and my mouth is watering just looking at these. Can’t wait to make this icebox cake. I don’t even care that it’s below zero outside – I have to have this. Pinned!

  23. Renee@Two in the Kitchen

    Yes, yes, yes!!!! I am MAD about those gorgeous green mint Oreo’s, and to layer them with pudding?!!?! Brilliant!!!

  24. marcie

    This looks so amazing! I love chocolate and mint together, especially around St Patrick’s Day. I’ve never tried an ice box cake, and I really need to!

  25. Dorothy @ Crazy for Crust

    Why have I never made an icebox cake before? OMG totally happening. So is that movie, I want to see it now, with a box of tissues.

    This? Is GORGEOUS. Pinned!

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