Party Panache, Donut Chocolate Chip Ice Cream Pie

HHjr’s sons, Super Boy and Big E, both have May birthdays

They are 4 years apart

and their birthdays are 4 days apart

Oh how time flies!

They’re now 13 and 9

they each had their own parties with their friends

and then last weekend we had a big family celebration

The boys requested steak for dinner

so we had teriyaki steak kebabs,

grilled vegetable kebabs,

Ez Ranch Hash Brown Potato Casserole

and

Drum Roll please…

Donut Chocolate Chip Ice Cream Pie!

When I saw this recipe on Plain Chicken,

it literally had Super Boy’s name written all over it

{forgive the pun} πŸ˜‚

Currently his 3 favorite things are glazed donuts,

chocolate and ice cream,

it was meant to be!

It’s a very simple recipe with a graham cracker crust,

no churn ice cream, chocolate chips and donuts

You can use a purchased graham cracker crust,

but making your own is so easy with packaged graham cracker crumbs

and melted butter~

and you can put it in a spring form pan

which makes serving a breeze

I used thawed Cool Whip to save a step

but you can whip heavy cream if your prefer

You simply combine the whipped cream

with sweetened condensed milk and vanilla

and stir in donut pieces and chocolate chips

Into the crust it goes and then into the freezer

Once it was frozen, I added his name with chocolate chips

{Since we were having it only 1 day after Super Boy’s birthday

and it had his favorite ingredients I didn’t put Big E’s name on it–

he had his own favorite Chocolate Mint Chip ice cream cake earlier in the week}

Donut Chocolate Chip Ice Cream Pie

No churn ice cream with donuts and chocolate chips in a graham cracker crust
Prep Time 10 mins
Freeze time 4 hrs
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Servings 8

Equipment

  • springform pan

Ingredients
  

  • 1 1/2 cups graham cracker crumbs
  • 5 Tbsp sugar
  • 6 Tbsp butter, melted
  • 8 oz Cool Whip,* thawed
  • 14 oz sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 4 large glazed donuts
  • 1 cup chocolate chips plus additional chips for garnishing

Instructions
 

  • Combine graham cracker crumbs with sugar and butter and press into the bottom and a little ways up the sides of a springform pan
  • Gently fold milk and vanilla into the Cool Whip
  • Cut donuts into pieces and add to Cool Whip mixture
  • Fold in chocolate chips and then place mixture into the prepared crust
  • Cover and freeze at least 4 hours before serving
  • Cut into wedges to serve
  • Garnish with additional chocolate chips if desired
Keyword chocolate chip ice cream, donut dessert, donut ice cream, Donut ice cream pie, no bake dessert, no churn ice cream pie

And while we’re talking donuts,

you might want to try this Sugared Lemon Donut Cake

Who can resist a tempting donut?

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Comments
27 Responses to “Party Panache, Donut Chocolate Chip Ice Cream Pie”
  1. thefrenchhutch says:

    What fun you’ve had celebrating two birthdays for these sweet boys. And, they are lucky boys to have you making something so special for their birthdays. Jenna, I would be tempted to indulge in this very delicious donut desert! Happy Birthday to your boys………

  2. Martha says:

    Fun and delicious as always Jenna!

  3. Rita C. says:

    Happy Birthday to Eli & Fox! I love what good eaters they are – they’ve learned from the best.

  4. Happy Birthday to Eli and Fox! The ice cream pie looks insanely GOOD and how creative you are, Jenna! I would have never thought of pairing donuts and ice cream together in a pie form. Fascinating and fun!

  5. Shannon@Belle Bleu Interiors says:

    Happy Birthday to both Eli and Fox! That cake looks most scrumptious! Enjoy your day, Jenna!

  6. Happy birthday to Eli and Fox! They are so blessed to have you making wonderful memories of food and family with every occasion so special. Oh my the the donut chocolate chip ice cream pie looks fabulous, I wonder the calorie count for a small slice. Calories don’t count when you are celebrating birthdays. Happy Wednesday!

  7. Wow… all I can say is Eli and Fox are pretty darn lucky to have that yummy cake to celebrate their big day! I wish that I had a piece with my coffee this morning. Have a great week, Jenna.

  8. lghiggins says:

    What a treat for your grandsons!!! Happy Birthday to them–time does fly as kids grow! I didn’t know it was possible to make doughnuts any more decadent than they already are. The prize goes to JENNA!

  9. Time does fly, but I’m sure they still love this!

  10. Joanne says:

    That sounds delicious! Pinned.

  11. I think I gained five pounds just by reading this post! YUMMY!

  12. Kitty says:

    Happy Birthday to your grandsons!! You make the best treats for your family, Jenna. I’m sure that both boys loved their own special ice cream cakes.

  13. A belated Happy Birthday to Eli and Fox, I know that you made each of their birthdays very special. You are right, that pie does seem meant to be.

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