Kirbie's Cravings

Cookies and Cream Ice Pops

close-up photo of a Cookies and Cream Ice Pops
These cookies and cream ice pops have a creamy milk base mixed with crushed Oreos.

I adore cookies and cream flavored sweets if you haven’t yet figured it out. I buy the Costco-sized boxes of Oreos because I go through so many making these recipes. Speaking of Oreos, I really am curious about the new Oreo thins. I haven’t tried them yet but they are on my shopping list!
overhead photo of two Cookies and Cream Ice Pops with oreo cookies
It’s supposed to be hot this weekend making these cold popsicle treats perfect for staying cool. I’m so ready for the weekend. The other night, I had one of my recurring nightmares where I’m still in school and completely unprepared for an exam. It’s been so many years since I’ve been in school but I still have these dreams. I wonder if and when they’ll ever go away. The bad dreams are usually stress triggered so I’m hoping to relax this weekend. And maybe eat a few of these ice pops.
photo of Cookies and Cream Ice Pop

If you like cookies and cream flavored sweets like me, I have a whole category of cookies and cream flavored recipes!

For those interested, I use this Norpro Ice Pop Mold* and these Wooden Treat Sticks* for my ice pops.

*Some of the links contained in this post are affiliate links. Much like referral codes, this means I earn a small commission if you purchase a product I referred (at no extra charge to you).

cookies and cream ice pops lying down next to Oreos

Cookies and Cream Ice Pops

Servings: 8 ice pops
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
These cookies and cream ice pops have a creamy milk base mixed with crushed Oreos.


  • 1 cup fat free milk (see note)
  • 1 (14-oz) can full fat sweetened condensed milk
  • 8 crushed Oreos


  • Fill each ice pop mold with one crushed Oreo.
  • In a blender, add milks. Blend on medium speed until mixed. Pour into molds. Use the popsicle sticks to move and spread out Oreo pieces inside the molds so that they don't just all float to the top.
  • Freeze overnight and run popsicle molds briefly under cold water to remove popsicles.


  • It's important to use fat free milk otherwise, the ice pops won't be firm enough

The nutrition information provided are only estimates based on an online nutritional calculator. I am not a certified nutritionist. Please consult a professional nutritionist or doctor for accurate information and any dietary restrictions and concerns you may have.

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4 comments on “Cookies and Cream Ice Pops”

  1. What brand Popsicle molds do you use? I am anxious to make these!

  2. Omg these sound seriously to die for. Condensed milk is one of my guilty pleasures – it’s so, so tasty but there’s rarely an occasion to use it! These look like the perfect excuse 😉

    • condensed milk is my guilty pleasure too! I always end up swiping the excess from the lid when making anything with condensed milk 😉

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