Decadent Dessert… Gooey Goodness Ice Cream Pie

Not my typical “Fun with Frosting Friday” or “Fun with Fruit Friday” post, but still an incredible dessert!

I have named this ice cream pie creation of mine “Gooey Goodness Ice Cream Pie.”  This pie is not to be made & eaten every night, unless you want to not fit in your pants anymore…It’s a delicious gooey goodness special treat that I guarantee you’ll get many oh my goodness and ohhhhhh mmmmm’s!

Ingredients:
2 pints of ice cream (I used Ben & Jerry’s Dublin Mudslide and Milk & Cookies)
1 package creme-filled cookies (I used Chocolate Creme Newman-O’s)
It’s Arthur’s Fault Penuche Caramel Sauce (any carmel sauce will do, but this stuff is the BEST)

How to make:

Set the pints of ice cream out to thaw a little to scoopable temperature (don’t leave them out for too long, as you don’t want melted ice cream!)

Crush 1/2 a package of Newman-O’s either inside a plastic bag with a rolling pin or a wooden spoon in a bowl.  Thick chunks are fine.

Add in about 1/4 cup of caramel sauce & mix with the crushed cookies.  Feel free to add in a little more if too dry.

Spread 1/2 the cookie mixture on the bottom of a pie dish.  Cover the whole bottom.

Scoop out one pint of ice cream, covering the cookie mixture.

Sprinkle the rest of the cookie mixture over the pint of ice cream.

Scoop out the other pint of ice cream over the cookie mixture.

Break a few of the cookies into fourths and sprinkle them on the top of the ice cream.

Drizzle the caramel sauce on the top.

Put in the freezer for an hour or so, serve cold.

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