Cookie Crisp Ice Box Pie for Pie Day

Cookie Crisp Ice Box Pie

Okay, okay so I already posted brownies today. Today you get a two for one special.

Why?

Because it’s Pie Day!

Yup, you heard me.

People are celebrating today by attending Pie Party 2012

There’s still time folks. Bake a pie, post a pic on a blog, or twitter or facebook. Then celebrate till you need to undo the top the bottom of your pants. Now that’s a party!

Cookie Crisp Ice Box Pie

Cookie Crisp Ice Box Pie for Pie Day
 
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Quick and easy ice box pie made with some kids cereal for extra fun!
Serves: 1 Pie
Ingredients
For the Crust:
  • 2 cups Oreo Crumbs
  • 4-5 tablespoons butter, melted
For the Filling:
  • 1 box of vanilla pudding
  • 2 cup milk
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • ½ tub of Cool Whip (1L size)
  • ¾ cup crushed Cookie Crisp cereal
  • ½ cup chocolate chips
For the Topping:
  • ½ tub of Cool Whip (1L size)
  • ¾ cup of Cookie Crisp cereal
Instructions
  1. Spray a pie plate with non stick spray.
  2. In a bowl combine the oreo crumbs and melted butter. Stir until combined. Press into your pie plate. Baking the crust is optional. If you do just pop it in a 350 degree oven for about 5 to 8 minutes. But if you want this to be completely no bake don’t bother. It will still set up nice in the freezer.
  3. Now in a mixer combine the vanilla pudding crystals, the milk, and the vanilla and whip until thick.
  4. Now add the cool whip and whip again.
  5. Now add the crushed cookies and chocolate chips. Fold them in with a spatula.
  6. Pour the mixture into the pie plate and set in freezer for at least an hour.
  7. Remove and pour the remaining cool whip over top.
  8. Place cookies on top.
  9. Freeze for at least a couple of hours.
  10. Remove and serve with a big old childish smile!
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 1 slice

Cookie Crisp Ice Box Pie

I know right. I have a serious thing for baking with cereal. Especially for a chick who doesn’t eat cereal. It’s just so much fun. How can you go wrong with a great no bake cereal pie. It’s pure magic.

Cookie Crisp Ice Box Pie

I apologize the photos are sort of lackluster. I joined in the fun sort of last-minute and basically dreamed it up today, then whipped it up and photographed it. Sort of rushed through the process this time. But hey, it’s pie and who cares about photos when you’re shoving pie in your pie hole right.

For other cereal madness feel free to click on the photos below to get the recipe for any of my other cereal goodies. I swear it’s like a sickness at this point. I am constantly trying to come up with idea to use cereal. I need help. Or a cereal sponsor. Whatevs!

Trix Krispies

Trix Krispies!

Cocoa Pebbles Krispies

Cocoa Pebbles Krispies!

Cocoa Pebbles Ice Cream

Cocoa Pebbles Ice Cream!

Ice Cream Bites

Cocoa Pebbles Ice Cream Bites!

Cocoa Pebbles Cheesecake

Cocoa Pebbles Cheesecake!

Yup, like I said, it’s a sickness. I have a serious love of baking with cereal. Hope you enjoy the pie and all the other treats. Make sure you bop around the internet to see other great pie recipes. You should stop by and share your pie with everyone at Pie Party 2012. Make sure to thank Garrett McCord, Justin Swartz, Shauna Ahern and Ashley Baron Rodriguez for hosting.

Toodles and smoochies! xx 

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Comments

    • Kim Bee says

      Ah, bummer. Cookie Crisp is awesome. We have to get it in the states. Luckily we’re 20 minutes from the border. I had so much fun with this one.

    • Kim Bee says

      I do things like this. Lol. I snack on froot loops and corn pops. My family are cereal junkies though. I swear I need to buy stock in the cereal companies.

  1. says

    I love your cereal desserts! Ice box pie sounds perfect right about now, and now I want cookie crisp!! I don’t know how I missed your cocoa pebbles cheesecakes, but they look fantastic Kim!

    • Kim Bee says

      Thanks. I love a good no bake dessert when it’s this hot out. So light and refreshing. Lol, those cheesecakes were so cute and yummy. I really had a bit too much fun with my cocoa pebbles.

  2. says

    I haven’t touched a box of cereal since college but looking at all these glorious treats makes me want to go buy one right now!

    • Kim Bee says

      Oh I am so happy I’ve pushed you off the edge of the cliff. Go buy some now Susan. Come to the dark side.

    • Kim Bee says

      Ah so that’s the secret to staying thin…imaginary eating. This explains so much. Love sugar cereal. Not for eating of course, just for baking. Lol!

    • Kim Bee says

      There’s always next year. Or just make one and pretend it’s Pie Day. I did go a little nuts. Like usual.

  3. says

    Awesome pie Kim…you are sure very creative! Like the idea of using cereal for treats…
    Thanks for this recipe and hope you are enjoying your week :)

    • Kim Bee says

      Thanks so much. I have such a weakness for cereal. And pie. So seemed logical to combine them in my brain. Lol.

    • Kim Bee says

      Lol, you crack me up. They are a cool snack. I’ve been munching them this week. Feel free to plant away. There should be room for both of us.

    • Kim Bee says

      It’s just so good. I never ate cereal as a kid cuz I hate milk. So I’m reliving my youth through cereal pies and ice creams. Lol!

  4. says

    I freakin love your addiction to cereals. The good cereals too – not those adult healthy ones. This pie looks great. 😀

    • Kim Bee says

      It’s like I’m 8 years old and reliving my childhood or something. I’m starting to think I need therapy. I looked at healthy cereal then I did one of those evil villain laughs and grabbed the sugar stuff.

    • Kim Bee says

      Sounds good to me. My hubs is out of town for work so I could use some help around the house. Does he paint? Do windows? Train puppies?

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