Halloween Frozen Oreo Pudding Cake: Ice Cream Cake That Doesn’t Melt!!

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Halloween is coming and with that comes Halloween parties! This is the perfect Halloween Frozen Oreo Pudding Cake because it’s just like an ice cream cake that doesn’t melt! That makes it ideal to put out at your party without the worry that it will be a puddle in a few minutes time! Plus it tastes SO good!

Halloween Ice Cream Cake Ingredients

Making this cake requires a few basic ingredients including TruMoo Orange Scream milk, Cool Whip, Powdered Sugar, Cream Cheese, vanilla instant pudding and Halloween Oreos.

Halloween Frozen Oreo Pudding Cake Recipe

Begin by whipping the cream cheese and powdered sugar together in a mixing bowl and folding in the Cool Whip. Divide in half and place half the mixture in the fridge. I put half the mixture back in the empty Cool Whip bowl and stuck it in the fridge. Set aside the other half of the mixture.

Then mix the vanilla pudding according to the package instructions, substituting TruMoo Orange Scream Milk for regular milk. Whisk until soft set and then stir in the Cool Whip mixture you set aside.

How to make frozen pudding cake

Place mix into a loaf pan that has been lined with foil or parchment paper. Then top with a layer of crushed Halloween Oreo cookies. Top the cookie layer with the Cool Whip mixture you set aside in the fridge. Then top with a final layer of crushed Halloween Oreo cookies. Put in the freezer overnight.

Halloween Oreo Pudding Cake Doesn't Melt!

 Once completely frozen you may remove from the pan and slice and serve!

Halloween Oreo Orange Cream Frozen Cake

Since this frozen cake uses pudding as it’s base, it doesn’t really melt at all. It holds it’s form even as it comes to room temperature. It tastes best when frozen but it will hold well if you set it out at a party!

Halloween Frozen Oreo Orange Cream Cake

You can find TruMoo Orange Scream milk in your grocers dairy section along with the milk. TruMoo starts with fresh milk from your trusted dairy, with no artificial growth hormones and add just the right amount of sugar, and that’s what makes TruMoo A Truly Good Thing®. My kids LOVE drinking the TruMoo Orange Scream on it’s own and this frozen cake was a real treat!

Frozen Oreo Ice Cream Cake That Doesn't Melt!

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Halloween Frozen Oreo Pudding Cake: Ice Cream Cake That Doesn't Melt!!

Easy pudding cake recipe that doesn't melt when left out at a party!

20 minPrep Time

20 minTotal Time

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  • 4 oz softened cream cheese
  • 1/4 Cup powdered sugar
  • 1 -8 oz package thawed Cool Whip
  • 1 (3.4 oz) pkg Instant Vanilla Pudding
  • TruMoo Orange Scream - use in place of milk called for on pudding package
  • 1 pkg Halloween Oreos, crushed


  1. With a mixer, beat together cream cheese and powdered sugar until fluffy. Stir in Cool Whip gently. Divide mixture in half, returning half to the empty Cool Whip container and placing in the fridge. Set aside the other half.
  2. In a medium mixing bowl whip pudding and TruMoo Orange Scream together according to package directions. (Use TruMoo Orange Scream in place of milk called for in pudding directions)
  3. Gently fold in Cool Whip mixture you set aside (not the one in the fridge)
  4. Line a loaf pan with foil or parchment paper.
  5. Pour pudding mixture into the pan.
  6. Sprinkle with half of the crushed Oreos.
  7. Top with Cool Whip mixture you set aside to the fridge.
  8. Finally top with remaining crushed Oreos.
  9. Cover and freeze overnight.
Recipe Type: Dessert

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  1. Awesome ingredients, we love TruMoo! My kids will appreciate this fun treat. Awesome for Halloween.

  2. My family would flip for this dessert. It looks so yummy! The Orange Scream is so good.

  3. What a clever way of making an ice cream cake. I bet it tastes great, too.

  4. My husband and kids would love tihs thanks for the idea!

  5. I have some of that in my fridge right now but haven’t used it yet. Your cake looks super yummy!

  6. OMG Oreos. And pudding. Sold.

  7. That looks pretty tasty! Thank you for sharing it!

  8. These look amazing. I bet they taste even better.

  9. Wait! Why have I never thought to do this before? I’ve made it, just never froze it. GENIUS!

  10. LOOK at that GORGEOUS marbling in the ice cream! Wonderfully done, sweetie! Now I REALLY want to find this in my store to try for myself 😀

  11. I made an ice cream cake just before school. I never thought of using milk and freezing it that way. May have to try this. Love the knife in the picture, just goes with Halloween.

  12. Yum! I may have to make this for my kids, they would love it!

  13. I saw you share this on Facebook and knew I had to come here so I could pin it for future use! That looks like the kind of dessert I would love! Ice cream cakes are my favorite!

  14. Sharon Rooney says:

    What an awesome recipe. I have to make this for the family. they would just love it.

  15. My boys would absolutely love this. The love ice cream cake, but it is so hard to keep frozen, especially here in Florida.

  16. I die. You basically took all our family favorites and mixed them together in the same pan! Yum!

  17. We like ice cream cakes, never had one that didn’t melt though.

  18. shelly peterson says:

    What a creative way using TruMoo. this cakes looks so yummy and the kids will love that its Halloween inspired. I need to find out who carries Trumoo, I didn’t see it at Walmart.

  19. Vickie Couturier says:

    oh wow,,my grandkids would gobble this right up fast

  20. Brilliant! I love that since it’s pudding it holds it’s shape and doesn’t melt. Orange scream and chocolate sound Devine together!

  21. This looks delicious! I’ll have to make this for my grandsons. They would love it!

  22. This looks and sounds so good! With all the candy around Halloween I tend to neglect dessert, but this is a fun, festive recipe to try.

  23. That looks so delicious. I love that it doesn’t melt. I think I might have to do something like this for Thanksgiving too

  24. ellen beck says:

    This looks good and even better it looks easy! We love TrooMoo and we love Oreos so this will be a hit. Thanks for posting this one!

  25. What a festive treat! Thanks for sharing your recipe.

  26. Interesting and clever idea! I’m looking forward to giving this a try. Thanks for sharing with us at the Merry Monday Link Party! Hope to see you again on Sunday night!

  27. Oh man that looks so good! I bet my daughter would love it 🙂

  28. So fun! Thanks for linkin’ up with What’s Cookin’ Wednesday!

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