Treat of the Month- Coffee Ice Cream Pie

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It’s Treat of the Month time again! This month, I decided to make Coffee Ice Cream Pie. I looked around for a recipe, but I never found one that I loved, so I just made up my own. It turned out to be so simple and totally delicious.

Danae was kind enough to share some pie with me, and oh my gosh- so good. It tasted a little like a caramel frappuchino from Starbucks. What’s not to love about that? Danae said that it was her favorite treat so far.

I didn’t measure anything, so my advice is just to start out with a whole 1/2 gallon of ice cream (I had a few extra servings left), and an entire tub of Cool Whip (only a few scoops were leftover). Same thing with the caramel sauce- I ended up using less than 1/4 of the jar. The measurements all depend on how big your pie crust is- so modify the recipe as desired!

 

Soften ice cream for about 30 minutes, and scoop some into the Oreo pie shell (fill the crust about 1/3 of the way).

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Drizzle caramel sauce, and then sprinkle Heath bar bits over whole pie.

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Repeat the ice cream, caramel and Heath bar steps for the next layer.

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Freeze pie for about an 1 hour and then layer Cool Whip on top. I didn’t use quite the whole container, but pretty close. Sprinkle more Heath bar bits over the top, and store pie in the freezer until ready to eat.

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Coffee Ice Cream Pie

store-bought Oreo pie crust

1/2 gallon of coffee ice cream

1 8 oz. container of Cool Whip

1 jar of caramel sauce

Heath bar toffee bits

Soften ice cream for about 30 minutes, and scoop some into the Oreo pie shell (fill the crust about 1/3 of the way). Drizzle caramel sauce, and then sprinkle Heath bar bits. Repeat the ice cream, caramel and Heath bar steps for the next layer.

Freeze pie for about an 1 hour and then layer Cool Whip on top. I didn’t use quite the whole container, but pretty close. Sprinkle more Heath bar bits over the top, and store pie in the freezer until ready to eat.

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