Get ready for this easy copycat Dairy Queen Oreo Blizzard recipe made right in your home. This is the best homemade DQ ice cream treat and has the perfect texture with smooth ice cream and Oreo chunks, and it even passes the upside down test!
This ice cream treat is perfect for any summer night or when you are dreaming of warmer days in winter. We love being able to make this blizzard in the comfort of your home!
Just like you, we love recipes that use Oreos! They are the best! Be sure to check out our Oreo Trifle, 2 ingredient Oreo mug Cake, and our Oreo Cheesecake Cookies.
- Vanilla Ice Cream
- Oreo Cookies
See recipe card for quantities.
- At least 10 minutes prior to making this treat, place the stand mixer bowl in the freezer. This helps regulate the temperature of the ice cream and stops it from melting quickly. If you don't have a bowl that will go in the freezer, you can still make the recipe.
2. Crush Oreo cookies into small pieces. Make sure to leave larger chunks, you don't want to turn the cookies into powder.
3. Remove the bowl from the freezer and add the vanilla ice cream.
4. Mix the ice cream in the stand mixer until a smooth texture.
5. Add the crushed cookies to the smooth vanilla ice cream.
6. Mix the ice cream and the cookie chunks together until well mixed. You don't need to blend the ice cream and cookies together like you would a milkshake.
7. Pour the mixture into a cup and enjoy immediately.
Hint: DO NOT add milk to the ice cream! This will make the consistency too runny. You will loose that authentic blizzard texture you're looking for. By just using vanilla ice cream and Oreo cookies, you can get that perfect cup flip just like they do at Dairy Queen.
- Gluten Free- make this a gluten free treat by using gluten free Oreos.
- Dairy Free/Lactose Free- Use your favorite dairy free or lactose free vanilla ice cream to make this a blizzard fit for your diet preferences.
- Golden Oreos - Use golden Oreos for a vanilla flavor.
- Mint Oreos - Make it mint by using Mint Oreos instead of standard cookies.
- Birthday Cake - Change up the vanilla ice cream with birthday cake ice cream for a birthday cake flavor.
- Chocolate Explosion - Make this a double chocolate experience by using chocolate ice cream instead of vanilla ice cream.
- Peanut Butter- Add a tablespoon of peanut butter when you mix in the cookies with the ice cream for a Peanut Butter Oreo Blizzard.
- Stand Mixer - a stand mixer with a metal bowl will allow you to freeze the bowl for 10-30 minutes before making the recipe. This will keep the ice cream from melting too quickly and changing the texture of the recipe.
- If you don't have a stand mixer with a metal bowl, that's ok! You can still make a smooth textured ice cream creation!
Freeze any uneaten ice cream in an air tight container. When ready to eat take out of the freezer and enjoy.
The texture may be harder than normal so let it sit out for a couple minutes before enjoying.
Put this homemade ice cream treat to the famous flip test and you won't be disappointed.
Don't use a blender when making this homemade treat. Use a stand mixer! It will turn into a milkshake if you use a blender and will not have the consistency you are looking for.
Freezing the bowl before mixing the ice cream and cookies together will help keep the ice cream from melting too quickly.
Oreo Blizzard Recipe
- Stand Mixer
- 1 Cup
- ½ cup crush Oreos about 6 cookies
- 2 cups vanilla ice cream
- Place the metal bowl of your stand mixer in the freezer for 10 minutes. If you don't have a metal bowl with your stand mixer, skip this step. Placing the bowl in the freezer will help maintain the creamy texture of a blizzard.
- While the bowl is in the freezer crush 6 Oreos into small chunks. Don't crush them too much, you don't want Oreo powder.
- Remove the bowl from the freezer and re-attach to your stand mixer. Add the vanilla ice cream and mix with the the stand mixer paddle until smooth and creamy.
- Add the cookie chunks and mix until well incorporated.
- Spoon into a cup and enjoy immediately.
- Do not use a blender to make this homemade treat, it will turn out like a milkshake if you use a blender.
- Add a tablespoon of peanut butter when adding the cookie pieces.
- Substitute with Mint Oreos, or Golden Oreos for a different taste.
- Instead of vanilla ice cream, use chocolate or birthday cake ice cream.
This DQ copycat recipe was just what I was looking for. It's so simple and I loved the frozen bowl technique. I never thought to make a blizzard in a stand mixer I always tried in the blender and the texture was never right!
This Oreo milkshake recipe is so delicious!! We absolutely loved it! Chik fil a actually makes my favorite one, but this one was even better! YUM
Wow! This was exactly the Oreo Milkshake Recipe I was looking for. I love my milkshakes to by thicker and this was the perfect consistency.