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Thin Mint Mud Pie with Homemade Hot Fudge

Thin Mint Mud Pie with Homemade Hot Fudge
Thin Mint Mud Pie with Homemade Hot Fudge

Do you love Thin Mints? If so, you’ll love Thin Mint Mud Pie with Homemade Hot Fudge. Mud pie is a favorite dessert at our home, especially for birthdays. If you want to make a dessert to WOW the crowd, without much fuss, this is it.
Best ice cream dessert. Ever.

Thin Mint Mud Pie with Homemade Hot Fudge

Oh P.S. I thought you might like to see a pic of Juliette ‘Daisy” Gordon Low, the woman who founded the GSA, then called “Girl Guides of America” in 1912. That’s her, in the middle. So cute. I want that hat. 

Thin Mint Mud Pie with Homemade Hot Fudge

A Bountiful Kitchen


  • 1 package Oreo Cookies crushed
  • 6 tablespoons butter melted
  • 1 quart Dryers Limited Edition Girl Scout Thin Mint ice cream
  • hot fudge
  • whipped cream optional
  • Sheri's Hot Fudge
  • 1 cup whipping cream
  • 1/3 cup sugar
  • 4 oz semi sweet chocolate
  • 2 tablespoons vanilla or other flavoring


  1. For Mud Pie:

  2. Mix the cookie crumbs and the melted butter in a blender or large bowl. Press the cookie crumb mixture into a 9 or 10 inch lightly greased spring form pan. Press the crumbs onto the bottom and about 1 inch up the sides. Take the ice cream out of the container with a large spoon. Place the ice cream over the cookie crust until all of the ice cream is in the spring form pan. Smooth out with a knife that has been dipped in water.
  3. Spread the cooled, prepared hot fudge sauce over the mud pie, and freeze for at least two, preferably four or more hours. When ready to serve, remove the sides of the spring form pan. If desired, top with fresh whipped cream.
  4. For Hot Fudge:

  5. best if made earlier in the day or day ahead if using on mud pie
  6. Place whipping cream, sugar and chocolate together over low heat in heavy pan, until chocolate melts. Increase heat to medium and cook for about 8 minutes.
  7. Remove from heat and add vanilla. Let cool, and use to top ice cream, mud pie, etc. Keep refrigerated.

Recipe Notes

-You may use any combo of ice cream with this recipe. We love Pralines and Cream, Mint, Choc Chip…
-If you want to use the fudge while it is warm, make the hot fudge and prepare the mud pie with only the crust and ice cream. Let the pie set up in the freezer for two or more hours. Top with hot fudge after slicing and plating the dessert.
-If you don’t have a springform pan, a pie plate or a 9×9 baking pan will work.

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  1. Looks sinful! Here's a little piece of trivia for underneath that cute hat…She was deaf. Before her marriage, Juliette had suffered from chronic ear infections. She had lost most of her hearing in one ear because of improper treatment. At her wedding, when she was 26, she lost hearing in her other ear after a grain of good-luck rice thrown at the event lodged in her ear, puncturing the eardrum and resulting in an infection and total loss of hearing in that ear. When I was in college I took ASL & had to do a report on someone famous who was deaf. She was a pretty neat lady!