Coffee Toffee Ice Cream Pie

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What could make a pie better? Ice cream of course!

This Coffee Toffee Ice Cream Pie takes the best parts of a pie and an ice cream sundae!

 What could be better than an ice cream sundae and a pie? An easy coffee toffee ice cream pie of course! This homemade, no bake ice cream pie layers an oreo cookie crust, the best coffee heath bar ice cream, and a chocolate ganache topping. This simple, creamy ice cream dessert will remind you of summer birthdays at the local ice cream parlor. Put it on your menu and in the freezer today! Click through to the recipe to find out how easy this DIY ice cream pie is to make!

We all know I absolutely love ice cream (that may be an understatement!). Read more about my ice cream obsession here.

Coffee toffee or coffee heath bar ice cream as it may be more commonly known has always been one of my favorite ice cream flavors.

When I was younger I remember my parents not allowing me to order coffee ice cream after late afternoon. I always thought it was silly, so instead, I tried to have it during the day.

This ice cream pie begins with a classic oreo cookie crust. It is layered with coffee toffee ice cream and topped with chocolate ganache. This indulgent combination is one that everyone will love!

Here are a few tips to help you perfect your ice cream pie!

  • You can use any chocolate sandwich cookie in place of Oreos.
  • The cookie crust may be on the wet side, do not worry! This allows the crust to hold together well once frozen.
  • Instead of putting together your own coffee toffee ice cream you can also buy it from your local ice cream shop!
  • It will be easiest to stir in the toffee pieces if you leave the ice cream at room temperature for 15-20 minutes until softened.
  • I prefer to cut up chocolate covered toffee pieces or heath bar instead of using toffee baking bits.
  • I find it easiest to cut the pie if you leave it at room temperature for 5 minutes.

This ice cream pie is definitely my childhood dreams coming true!

I would love to hear what kind of pie (ice cream or not) you would like to see next!

I hope you love this pie as much as I do, enjoy πŸ™‚

Looking for other no-bake, summer dessert recipes? Check them out below!

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Coffee Toffee Ice Cream Pie

What could be better than an ice cream sundae and a pie? An easy coffee toffee ice cream pie of course! This no-bake ice cream pie layers an oreo cookie crust, coffee heath bar ice cream, and chocolate ganache topping. 

Ingredients
Cookie Crust
  • 24 oreos (2 cups cookie crumbs)
  • 6 tablespoons butter , melted
Ice Cream
  • 1 quart coffee ice cream
  • 3/4 cup plus 1/4 cup toffee pieces , divided
Chocolate Ganache
  • 1/2 cup heavy cream
  • 4 ounces semisweet chocolate , chopped
Instructions
Cookie Crust
  1. In a small bowl mix the cookie crumbs and melted butter. Press the cookie crust into a 9-inch pie pan and set aside. 

Ice Cream
  1. Place the coffee ice cream in a bowl and let soften for 15-20 minutes. Stir in 3/4 cup of the chopped toffee until evenly incorporated. Place the ice cream in the cookie crust and freeze for several hours until firm. 

Chocolate Ganache
  1. In a small saucepan heat the cream to a simmer, do not let it boil. In a small bowl, pour the hot cream over the chopped chocolate and whisk until smooth. Let the ganache sit until no longer warm, 20-30 minutes. 

  2. Once cooled, spread the ganache over the ice cream layer. Top with remaining 1/4 cup toffee pieces. Freeze until ready to serve!

Recipe Notes
  • Instead of making your own coffee toffee ice cream you can also buy it from your local ice cream shop!
  • The cookie crust may be on the wet side, do not worry! This allows it to hold together well once frozen.
  • I find it easiest to cut the pie if you leave it at room temperature for 5 minutes.

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104 thoughts on “Coffee Toffee Ice Cream Pie

  1. Oh my goodness this recipe is getting saved. Combining my two favorites pie and ice cream. My boyfriend will surely appreciate the recipe as well!

  2. I just pulled out my mom’s recipe card for ice cream pie and planned to make it today…but after seeing this, I think I have to try your version! Looks divine!

  3. Yasss! The recipe I’ve been waiting for!! Oh, I can’t wait to try this. That sounds heavenly!! Thanks for sharing!

    P.S. I’d love to feature this recipe on my blog for National Ice Cream Pie Day on August 18th! I’m doing a whole series National Food Days so if you’d be interested in collaborating, please drop me a line. πŸ™‚

    1. Thank you so much, I would love to hear how you like the recipe! I would love to have this recipe featured, I will be in touch πŸ™‚

  4. Toffee a favorite. I buy toffee cookies (gluten free) which I bet I could use for the crust in this delicious pie! I can’t wait to try this.

    1. That sounds delicious! You could also use gluten-free oreos, whatever you prefer. I would love to hear how you like it!

  5. OMG! This looks too good! I need to have this like, for yesterday!!!!! *drooling on her Mac* I feel like having this for dinner!πŸ™ˆ I have to make this ASAP! Thanks for sharing this! πŸ™‚

    1. Thank you, I would say it tastes even better than it looks! It could also make a delicious dinner! Enjoy, I would love to hear how you like the recipe πŸ™‚

  6. This looks so good! I’m assuming you live in the States (I’m from Canada), so you have Skor bars there? This looks like something that would be perfect with a chopped up SKor bar.

  7. Sarah, this Coffee Toffee Ice Cream Pie looks super scrumptious! It’s absolutely perfect for these hot-weather days in California. Thanks so much for the recipe. πŸ™‚

  8. This is divine, it look so delicious and fairly easy to make. Caramel and toffee addict here! And what a great treat to have for dessert in this hot weather.

    1. Thank you! It is very versatile and can be used with any ice cream pie, custard pie, or even as a crust for cheesecakes! I would love to hear how you use the cookie crust πŸ™‚

  9. This sounds so good ! I’ve been having a sweet tooth lately and this didn’t make it any better ! I can tell you that for sure ! Maybe u can sneak and send me a Peice of that delicious looking pie !?πŸ˜‰

    1. I would love to but I don’t think the post office ships ice cream very well, unfortunately! The good thing is that it is really easy to make and will definitely satisfy your sweet tooth πŸ™‚

  10. OMG that Coffee Toffee Ice Cream Pie looks amazing ! I haven’t had ice cream pie for so long ! Now I want one! I am gonna have to try it!

  11. Wow this sounds SO GOOD! I’d love to try this with some homemade cookies and cream ice cream, or maybe even make a s’mores inspired one?! So many ways to change it up!

    1. That would definitely work! Any ice cream flavor that tastes good with oreos and chocolate (which are most) would work great, I imagine! I would love to hear what ice cream you end up using!

  12. I am a huge fan of desserts and love them a lot. I am so happy you have it here, complete with the recipe. Thanks for the most awesome share. You made me happy. πŸ™‚

  13. Is it weird I want to pet this pie while whispering sweet nothings in its ear? I LOVE toffee, it’s one of my favorite indulgences, next to chocolate. This pie looks sooooo good!

    1. This is definitely one of my favorite desserts, it definitely is close to the top of my list and is so easy to make πŸ™‚

  14. Has anyone ever tried this recipe doubled in a 9×13 pyrex dish? I need a dessert for a crowd and may try it this weekend!

    1. I have not heard that this has been tried on a 9 x 13 but I do not see why it would not work!You may need more ice cream if the layer seems thin, but it should still be delicious regardless πŸ™‚ Enjoy, I would love to hear how you like the recipe!

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