Frozen Ice Cream Dessert Pizza (Treatzza Pizza!)

Prep Time 20 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes
Servings 10

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This Frozen Ice Cream Dessert Pizza is THE no bake summer dessert you need! A Dairy Queen Copycat Treatzza Pizza, it has an Oreo fudge crust topped with ice cream, fudge sauce and M&M’s! 


frozen ice cream dessert pizza on pizza pan with chocolate sauce and M&Ms

Growing up, I used to love those Treatzza Pizzas from Dairy Queen!

As I was writing this post though, I was wondering if my American friends have Treatzza Pizzas? I tried searching on the Canadian and American DQ web sites and I didn’t find much on the American sites. What a shame it would be if you had to live your lives without the Treatzza Pizza!

slice of frozen dessert pizza being pulled out by hand

Thankfully, I’ve brought you a copycat Treatzza Pizza recipe today.

And yes, I’m still terrible at naming recipes. But just in case there were people who don’t know what a Treatzza Pizza is, it is a Frozen Ice Cream Dessert Pizza, aka, everything delicious and frosty that you could ever want.

Let’s move on.

slice of frozen dessert pizza on white plate with chocolate sauce and M&Ms

You know I love pizza. I love dessert pizza just as much (like this Nutella Brownie Fruit Pizza?!).

This recipe is super, super simple to make. It’s completely no bake, the crust is just crushed Oreos and fudge sauce, and the topping is softened ice cream topped with whatever you want. Use M&M’s like I did, or use Peanut Butter Cups, berries, whatever — just as long as it’s not too hard to eat frozen! If you’re using something pretty firm, you’ll want to chop them up so they’re smaller bites.

Things I love:

  • NO BAKE (did I mention that?)
  • Totally customizable
  • Super quick prep — 20 minutes max!
  • 4 ingredients!
fork taking a bite of ice cream dessert pizza on white plate

You can use store bought ice cream, or try mixing it up with any number of the ice cream recipes I have here on The Recipe Rebel: Cherry Cheesecake Ice Cream, Cookies ‘n’ Cream Ice Cream with Nutella Swirl. Coconut Cream Pie Ice Cream

Feel free to mix and match to your heart’s desire! Or make a bunch of crusts and top them with a variety of things — these would be perfect for a summer party or barbecue!

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Frozen Ice Cream Dessert Pizza (Treatzza Pizza!)

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This Frozen Ice Cream Dessert Pizza (a Dairy Queen Copycat Treatzza Pizza!) is THE no bake summer dessert you need! An Oreo fudge crust topped with ice cream, fudge sauce and M&M’s!
Prep Time 20 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes
Cuisine American
Course Dessert
Servings 10
Calories 306cal


  • 25 Oreos about 1 300g package
  • 1/2 cup + 2 tablespoons thick hot fudge sauce
  • 2-3 cups vanilla ice cream or another flavour!
  • 2/3 cup M&M’s roughly chopped


  • In a food processor, process Oreos until no chunks remain. Add ½ cup hot fudge sauce and process until it comes together, almost like a dough.
  • Press the Oreo mixture onto a 12″ pizza pan (lined with wax paper if desired) and place in the freezer.
  • Place your ice cream in a bowl and let sit on the counter for 10 minutes until slightly soft and just spreadable. Remove the crust from the freezer and spread on the ice cream.
  • Swirl with remaining hot fudge and sprinkle with M&M’s. Freeze until firm. Serve immediately upon removing from freezer — the ice cream layer is thin which means it melts more quickly!


If you use a good quality, cream-based ice cream, it will be incredible delicious but will melt more quickly. The more water in an ice cream, the slower it will melt. If you need a few minutes to serve the pizza, you can use an “ice milk” (like a generic ice cream), or simple freeze, remove to cut pieces, then store in the freezer until ready to serve so that the slices are ready to grab.

Nutrition Information

Calories: 306cal | Carbohydrates: 44g | Protein: 3g | Fat: 13g | Saturated Fat: 6g | Cholesterol: 13mg | Sodium: 209mg | Potassium: 150mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 30g | Vitamin A: 140IU | Vitamin C: 0.2mg | Calcium: 62mg | Iron: 3mg

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  1. Angie says

    Will the crust work if we omit the hot fudge sauce? Can it be substituted with something else?

    • The Recipe Rebel says

      Hi Angie, for the crust you can not omit the hot fudge. I haven’t tested any other alternatives so I’m unsure of any substitutions.

  2. Jennifer Hurd says

    I was buying the Dairy Queen treatzza pizza. This recipe is spot on and half the cost. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Jackie H says

    omg so good!! I have never had the DQ treat pizza thing but my family loves Baskin Robbins “Polar Pizza” which is similar to this!! I made it for my sisters bday and did homemade hot fudge and Oreos for the topping! SO yummy to die for!! Thank you for posting this recipe;)

  4. Katie Sereda says

    What kind of hot fudge sauce do you recommend?
    On a side note, I plan on substituting the M&Ms for Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups! LOVE me some peanut butter and chocolate!

  5. Stacy says

    My first ever job, throughout high school and into my early college years was at Dairy Queen. I now live in Ireland where DQ doesn’t exist, and summer just hasn’t been the same. I’m super excited to make this for my family who’ve never had the joy of an ice cream pizza- thank you so much!

  6. says

    nice! thank you so much! Thank you for sharing. Your blog posts are more interesting and impressive. I think there are many people like and visit it regularly, including me.

  7. Gina says

    DQ was my first job, and I was fortunate enough to work in the “cake room”. I spent hours making cakes (actual ice cream cakes… Not decorating!) and Treatzza Pizzas. Dairy Queen will always hold a special place in my heart, but this totally had me flashing back to 1996!!

  8. Kelly says

    Yes! I always wished very hard for a Treatzza Pizza or any other DQ ice cream cake for my birthday but never got one which probably explains why I LOVE them so much now 🙂 Lol. This looks gorgeous, Ashley! I want to dive right in!

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