St. Patrick’s Day Mint Pie

As a kid I looked forward to St. Patrick’s Day solely for the McDonald’s mint shamrock shakes. I’m a fan all things mint—mojitos, thin mints, this pie…

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The problem was…shamrock shakes aren’t sold at every McDonald’s. So it was essentially a month long scavenger hunt. With no clues. 🤷‍♀️

But because people are lazy there’s an app for everything, this year there’s a McDonald’s Shamrock Shake Finder. Kids these days…they don’t understand the struggle of the shamrock shake search.

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So instead of going to McDonald’s, I created a pie version of the beloved shamrock shake. Which basically means it’s a mint pie.

With a mint Oreo crust. Because mint Oreos are the best Oreos.


And the best part is this pie could not be easier to make. Add ice cream, some whipped cream, throw a few sprinkles on top, and call it a day!


St. Patrick’s Day Mint Ice Cream Pie


20 mint Oreo cookies
3 tbsp butter, melted
1 quart mint chocolate chip ice cream, softened
2 cups heavy whipping cream
1/2 cup sugar
1/2 tsp vanilla


Make the crust: In a food processor, crush Oreo cookies. Add butter and process until combined. Press crumbled cookies into your pie plan. Freeze for 10 minutes.

Prepare the pie: Spread the softened ice cream into bottom of the frozen crust. Freeze for at least 2-3 hours or until firm. Remove pie from freezer 10 minutes before ready to serve.

Make the whipped cream: In a medium mixing bowl, beat whipping cream at high speed. Gradually add sugar and vanilla. Beat until stiff peaks form. Top the pie with whipped cream and add green sprinkles.

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Happy (early) St. Patrick’s Day!

11 thoughts on “St. Patrick’s Day Mint Pie

  1. I have a pie contest I will enter on FRIDAY. I work with some mathematicians and they said this Friday is PIE Day 3.14 (They told me the joke and it took me a minute to get it). Anyway, I may make this for their pie contest. Wish me luck!!!

    1. Yes, Pi Day is March 14th 🙂 One of my favorite holidays. Good luck with the contest! I have lots of recipes if you need any help choosing a pie (some on the really easy side, some a bit more difficult). But this one would be a delicious option!

      1. Thanks. I actually did an apple pie for the contest. I didn’t win. Store bought pies beat mine. I will try these and work on my Pie game!!!

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