Oreo Cookie Butter Ice Cream Topping

Oreo Cookie Butter over Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream

Happy Saint Patrick’s Day to all of those who are Irish, or everyone that pretends to be at least on this festive holiday ;)! I am indeed Irish, however, I will not be celebrating with green beer this year. Instead it will be spent as a family evening and may even have some festive activities planned, like enjoying Oreo cookie butter over mint chocolate chip ice cream. Cookie butter is a delicious combination of your favorite cookie along with coconut oil to become an extremely flavorful spread or topping for desserts. I tried making this on top of mint chocolate chip ice cream for a St. Patty’s Day favorite and it came out wonderfully.


About 10 Oreo cookies

1 teaspoon Kelapo Coconut Oil; melted

Mint chocolate chip ice cream


  1. Add your Oreos to a large plastic zip bag and crush them into smaller pieces.

    Saint Patrick's Day Treat

  2. Add melted coconut oil and oreo crumbles into a food processor and process until you get a “butter-like” consistancy.
  3. If you don’t have a food processor add melted coconut oil into cookie crumbles and continue to crush with the back of a spoon. Try to get the pieces as small as possible.
  4. Scoop ice cream into a serving dish and top with Oreo cookie butter. Enjoy!

Not only did I love this treat, it is a great recipe to make with the kids. I mean what kid doesn’t love to make a mess, right?! The flavor of the Oreos and coconut oil mixed together made a great combination with the ice cream without it being too sweet. I would highly recommend making this again, however I will opt for the food processor the next time around instead of the manual way. If you’re still looking for a dinner idea for tonight, don’t forget about Corned Beef and Cabbage – a hearty and traditional meal.

What is your favorite dish to make for Saint Patrick’s Day?


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