Cookies and cream
Cookies and cream ice cream
Alternative namesCookies 'n cream, cookies 'n creme
TypeIce cream, milkshake, yogurt, cheesecake
Main ingredientsIce cream (usually vanilla), chocolate cookies (usually sandwich cookies or similar)

Cookies and cream (or cookies 'n cream) is a variety of ice cream, milkshake and other desserts that includes chocolate sandwich cookies, with the most popular version containing hand or pre-crumbled cookies from Nabisco's Oreo brand under a licensing agreement. Cookies and cream ice cream generally mixes in crumbled chocolate sandwich cookies into vanilla ice cream, though variations exist which might instead use chocolate, coffee or mint ice cream.


There are competing claims as to who first invented and marketed cookies and cream ice cream.

In 1983, cookies and cream became one of the top five best-selling flavors of ice cream.[13]

See also


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