This No-Bake Oreo Funfetti Icebox Cake provides the greatest cake batter taste without the hassle of baking. Golden Oreo layers, funfetti mousse, and whipped cream. This simple to make dish is a keeper!

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It is only appropriate that I wish all the mommies out there a belated Happy Mother’s Day. I don’t know where I’d be if it weren’t for my mother, who has always been there for me. She has helped me get out of some significant ruts, talked me through my tears, braved the 405 to relocate me from San Diego to Santa Barbara, accompanied me on countless trips, and most importantly, she is always there for the biggest (and smallest) choices.

I contacted her yesterday, for example, because I needed a new vacuum. How does one even begin looking for a decent vacuum? What would I do if I didn’t have my mother?

But really, if you have any recommendations for an excellent vacuum, please let me know and leave a comment. It must be carpet-friendly, but it must also be suitable for use on hardwood floors.

As Memorial Day approaches, I’m stocking up on summer dishes, particularly ones that don’t need baking. This No-Bake Oreo Funfetti Icebox Cake is all about having a good time.

I posted the Chocolate Oreo Icebox Cake a few weeks ago, which inspired today’s funfetti variant. I’m experimenting with full Golden Oreos and funfetti mousse made with my favorite Cake Batter Whipped Cream. Seriously, I can’t think of enough reasons to create that whipped cream. It’s whipped cream sweetened with dry vanilla cake mix, and it’s out of this world.

This icebox cake has three entire layers of Golden Oreos that have been dipped in milk to keep them moist. This is a strategy I used in my cookbook as well. The milk transforms the Oreos into a cake-like texture while yet providing adequate structure for the cake.

On top of the layers of Golden Oreos and cake batter mousse, there’s a layer of handmade whipped cream to balance things out. You obviously need a few extra sprinkles in there.

This dish was cooked in my favourite 9-inch springform pan, but it would also work well in a 9-inch square pan that is at least 3-inches high. You should let this dessert to chill in the refrigerator for 3 to 4 hours. You may also freeze this if you want to prepare it ahead of time! However, I always leave it in the fridge for 2 hours before putting it in the freezer. This softens the cookies and helps them to combine with the mousse. Enjoy your no-baking time!

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No-Bake Oreo Funfetti Icebox Cake

  • Author:LEE
  • Prep Time:25 mins
  • Cook Time:4 hours
  • Total Time:4 hours 25 minutes
  • Yield:9 slices


This icebox cake is ready for any occasion, with layers of sprinkles and Oreos!


  • 8 ounces cream cheese, soften
  • 1 cups heavy whipping cream
  • cups vanilla cake mix (dry)
  • 1 cup powdered sugar
  • cup granulated sugar
  • 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
  • cup sprinkles
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1 packages (14.3 oz) Golden Oreos
  • For the toppings:
  • 1 cups heavy whipping cream
  • cup powdered sugar
  • Sprinkles for garnish


  1. Allow the cream cheese to soften for approximately 30 minutes at room temperature or in the microwave. Remove the wrapper and lay the cream cheese on a dish to soften in the microwave. Microwave on high for 15 to 20 seconds.
  2. Freeze your mixing bowl and whisk for 15 minutes, or until absolutely cold. For several minutes, beat the heavy cream on medium-high speed until it begins to thicken.
  3. Continue beating until stiff peaks form after gradually adding the dry vanilla cake mix and powdered sugar. Set aside the whipped cream.
  4. In a mixing bowl, beat the cream cheese for 2 to 3 minutes on medium-high speed. Continue beating for 2 to 3 minutes after adding the granulated sugar and vanilla extract, until the sugar is fully mixed. Scrape the bottom of the basin and fold the mixture with a spatula to make sure it’s fully combined.
  5. Next, put the cream cheese and the prepared whipped cream in a mixing bowl and fold until well blended; gradually add the sprinkles while combining.
  6. Line the bottom of a 9-inch springform pan with parchment paper to make the icebox cake. It’s OK if it sticks out the sides of the pan, but seal the springform edges around the parchment paper.
  7. To make the layers, dip each Oreo (on both sides) in the milk and line the bottom of the pan as evenly as possible.
  8. Divide the filling into thirds and distribute the first third over the bottom layer of Oreos. Repeat the previous two stages for the following levels. There will be three layers of Oreos and three layers of funfetti mousse.
  9. For the topping:
  10. Freeze your mixing bowl and whisk for 15 minutes, or until absolutely cold. For several minutes, beat the heavy cream on medium-high speed until it begins to thicken.
  11. Slowly incorporate the powdered sugar and continue to beat until firm peaks form.
  12. Set aside 1 cups of prepared whipped cream to pipe the borders of the cake. Cover the top of the cake with the remaining whipped cream and pipe the edges using a big open star tip. Garnish with more sprinkles on top.
  13. Refrigerate the icebox cake for at least 4 hours before serving. You may also freeze this cake if you want to make it more than 24 hours ahead of time, but I recommend chilling it for at least 2 hours before freezing so the Oreos soften properly.


The cook time refers to the time spent in the refrigerator.

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Why is it called an icebox cake?

Icebox cake was called by the fact that it is “made” in the icebox (also known as the refrigerator) rather than the oven. Because of its layers, the traditional icebox cake is comparable to a trifle but simpler to construct. When the refrigerator was introduced in the 1920s, this chilly treat became highly popular.

How long does cake last in the icebox?

Do: Relax for the Appropriate Amount of Time. Refrigerate the cake for at least six hours to allow the filling to soften and combine with the cookie layers. Don’t: Refrigerate the icebox cake for more than a day or two; it may lose firmness and become mushy, particularly if you use juicy fresh fruit.

Where did icebox cake originated?

“Icebox cakes first appeared in American housewives’ kitchens in the 1920s when the National Biscuit Company—now known as Nabisco—first put their famous chocolate wafers on the market and included a recipe for an icebox cake on the packaging,” says Jessie Sheehan, author of Icebox Cakes: Recipes for the…

Why is it called Texas cake?

Some accounts indicate it initially appeared in a Texas newspaper, thus the name “Texas” sheet cake, while others believe the name originates from the fact that it is the size of Texas. Whatever its origins, this cake is a crowd-pleaser.

What is jail cake called?

Nutraloaf (also known as meal loaf, prison loaf, disciplinary loaf, food loaf, lockup loaf, confinement loaf, seg loaf, grue, or special management meal) is a kind of food offered in US prisons to convicts who have misbehaved, misused food, or caused injury to themselves or others.

When did icebox cakes become popular?

1930s. Icebox cakes were popular in the 1930s when the new kitchen equipment, the icebox, became popular in households. A 1930s icebox cake recipe is included below.

Does refrigerating cake dry it out?

After a day in the fridge, your wonderfully moist cake, no matter how properly wrapped, will begin to dry out.

Do you need to cover iced cake in fridge?

If a cake contains perishable filling or icing, it should be refrigerated in the refrigerator, well wrapped. If it doesn’t include perishable filling or icing, it may be stored covered at room temperature for many days.

Is ice cream cake an American thing?

Ice cream cake is a popular celebration dessert, especially for birthdays and weddings in North America and Australia. In Europe, it is less well-known.

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