Running from the Law: St. Patrick's Day Mint Chocolate Marshmallow Ice Cream Pie

Thursday, March 3, 2016

St. Patrick's Day Mint Chocolate Marshmallow Ice Cream Pie

Is there anything better than mint chocolate chip ice cream? According to my But I disagree. The only thing better than the ice cream itself is a mint chocolate chip ice cream pie with marshmallows, whipped cream, bits of Andes mints and an Oreo crust drizzled with chocolate sauce. Is your mouth watering yet?!!
This ice cream pie couldn't be easier to make. All you have to do is throw some ice cream, whipped cream and marshmallows in your mixer and whip them together.
Once it's blended, fold in some chunks of Andes mints (or you could get really crazy and add chunks of brownie or even Thin Mint cookies!). Mind blown.
Feel free to add a few drops of green food coloring if you want your pie to look a bit greener. Usually, I wouldn't add any coloring since Ryan tends to break out in hives if he has green food dye, but since he wasn't home and I planned on eating the entire pie myself, I added four drops...just enough to give it a bit more green tint for photos. 
Pour the ice cream mixture in the Oreo cookie crust, top with more bits of Andes mints and freeze for at least an hour. 
I highly recommend having a tiny toddler help you with dishes and cleanup. She loves to lick the spoon and beaters, just like her mama. Mint chocolate chip ice cream is her favorite!
Once your pie has refrozen and solidified, feel free to slice it up and dig in! I topped with Hershey's syrup because why not? The pie is delicious and decadent, yet still feels light and fluffy.  
Mint Chocolate Chip Marshmallow Ice Cream Pie
- 4 cups mint chocolate chip ice cream
- 2 cups whipped cream
- 1 cup marshmallows
- 1 cup Andes mint pieces
- Hershey syrup
- Oreo cookie pie crust

1. Add softened ice cream, whipped cream and marshmallows to standing mixer bowl and whip together until blended and creamy.
2. Fold in 1/2 cup of Andes mints (or brownie bits or crushed cookies).
3. Pour mixture into pie crust, top with more mints and freeze solid (at least 1 hour).
4. Slice, top with Hershey syrup and enjoy!

Any other mint chocolate chip fans out there?
What's your favorite St. Patrick's Day dessert?


  1. Oh my goodness, give me this and give me this NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOW!

  2. Oh my gosh, yum!! This reminds me of a recipe my mom has made for years! Perhaps I'll get my act together and make it/blog it next week!!

  3. Oh My Gosh!!!!! Love at first sight! I will be making this super soon! Thanks for sharing.

  4. Oh my goodness my girls would LOVE this. Thanks for sharing!

  5. Yes. Yes. Yes. This is basically a slice of heaven. Scott isn't a fan of mint, but I could totally destroy that entire pie. I have to make this.

  6. Looks amazing!! Mint chocolate chip ice cream is my favorite so this would be my ultimate dessert!! Thanks for the recipe :)

  7. Ok, I've officially decided this is how we will celebrate St pattys day this year! This looks amazing!!!

  8. Holy yum! Mint chocolate chip ice cream is the best and to make it into a pie is even better. I love Mim's pie covered face!

  9. Mind blown. I had no idea how easy it is to make ice cream pie?! This is dangerous knowledge.

  10. HOLY COW. I never ever thought to add marshmallows to ice cream! Mind blown. I need to make this ASAP. Like contemplating going to the store right now ASAP...

  11. Sounds delicious!!! I would eat that

    liz @ j for joiner

  12. Definitely going to try these, thank you !
    Kathy Ramos

  13. Mint, chocolate and marshmallow - yes please!! Love all of those. This looks amazing and I can't wait to try it. Love the Mim pictures! She's a doll.