Salted Pistachio Oreo Ice Cream

Salted Pistachio Oreo

StreuselI worked for many years within walking distance of Little Man Ice Cream, a Denver hot spot for the best ice cream around.  I like ice cream but I have never craved ice cream.  That was until trying Little Man’s Salted Oreo Ice Cream.  It’s perfectly salty, perfectly sweet… perfectly amazing!

I don’t particularly care for oreo cookies.  My daughter loves oreos but they can sit in my pantry forever if she doesn’t eat them.  However, this summer, she introduced me to Pistachio Oreo Thins – Oh my!!  I could eat an entire bag of these Oreo Thins in one sitting!

My work recently moved and I am no longer any where near Little Man Ice Cream and I miss their Salted Oreo Ice Cream!  While devouring some pistachio thins, I knew they were destined to go into my own version of salted ice cream!

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Salted Pistachio Oreo Ice Cream

  • Author: Streusel


3 c. heavy whipping cream

1 c. powdered sugar

1/2 t. vanilla

3/4 t. salt

10 oz. pistachio oreo thins


  1. Combine the ingredients in the bowl of the stand mixer and attach the whisk attachment.
  2. Whisk the mixture for about 5 minutes on first slow, then medium speed just before soft peaks form.
  3. Pour the mixture into a pre-chilled ice cream maker, I use a 2 qt. Cuisinart.
  4. Churn for 30 minutes.
  5. Crush the oreos by placing the cookies in a plastic bag, seal and crush with a rolling pin or equivalent.
  6. At the end of the 30 minutes, while the ice cream is still churning, pour in the crushed oreos and continue to churn until well mixed.
  7. Transfer the ice cream to a freezer safe container and freeze for several hours until firm.










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