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3 Ingredient Ice Cream Pie (GF option)

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An Ice Cream Pie was one of the most requested desserts when my children were growing up. That’s probably because they are fun to make, fun to eat and there are infinite flavor combinations. It’s funny how each pie ends up being a work of art and they are so pretty your family will think you bought them at a store. 

There certainly are infinite flavor combinations and each pie ends up being a work of art. You can even make them dairy-free and/or gluten-free! 

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If you have never made an ice cream pie before you are certainly in for a treat! Because an Ice Cream Pie is so easy to make, even kids can get in on the fun!  On a hot summer day, delicious frozen treats certainly are refreshing. But don’t stop there! Ice cream pies are also perfect for parties and other celebrations.  

strawberry ice cream pie


First of all, allow your favorite ice cream or frozen yogurt to soften just a little, then spoon it into a graham cracker pie crust (making a dome shape). Don’t worry about how pretty it is at this stage because, in the end, the pie will be completely covered with whipped topping.  

NOTE: Be sure to use all gluten-free ingredients, including gluten-free graham cracker pie crust when making gluten-free ice cream pies!!!


Next, top the frozen ice cream or yogurt with a small tub of whipped topping and garnish with candy sprinkles, chocolate curls, chopped nuts, etc…

Into the Freezer!

Next, the pie goes into the freezer until it’s time to serve it.

Cut & Serve!

When you are ready to serve the pie simply take it out of the freezer and cut into individual servings. (NOTE: To make it easier to cut, place a knife under hot water for a minute or two then cut the pie into segments. Repeat the process if needed.)

Easy ice cream pie


It really doesn’t matter what flavor or type of ice cream or frozen yogurt you use. These pies are really fun to make and people will think that you spent a lot of time on them. (Actually, they only take a few minutes to create.) Don’t be surprised if everyone thinks that you bought them because they really do look fancy! 

ice cream pie for Valentine's Day

An Ice Cream Pie can also be made specifically for a particular holiday such as Valentine’s Day or Christmas. 

3 Ingredient Ice Cream Pie (GF option)
Yield: 6 Servings

3 Ingredient Ice Cream Pie (GF option)

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Additional Time: 1 hour
Total Time: 1 hour 10 minutes

An Ice Cream Pie is just as fun to make as it is to eat!


  • 1 (6-ounce) graham cracker crust (GF Option: use a gluten-free graham cracker crust)
  • 2 quarts of your favorite ice cream or frozen yogurt, softened (GF Option: use a gluten-free brand)
  • 1 (8-ounce) carton whipped topping (GF Option: whip 1 cup heavy whipping cream)
  • Toppings: candy sprinkles, chopped nuts, chocolate curls, crushed candies, coconut, etc... (GF Option: use gluten-free toppings!)


    1. Scoop softened ice cream or frozen yogurt into graham cracker crust, making a dome-shape.
    2. Spread whipped topping over the entire top surface of ice cream.
    3. Garnish with your favorite toppings such as candy sprinkles, chopped nuts, chocolate curls, etc...
    4. Freeze for 1 hour or overnight. Cut and serve.


To make it easier to cut, place a knife under hot water for a minute or two, wipe it dry, then cut the pie into segments. Repeat the process if needed.

Ice Cream Pie Main Pic

Use your imagination and have fun creating your very own 3 Ingredient Ice Cream Pie! 



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