Frozen Caramel Crunch Torte

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Frozen Caramel Crunch Torte-  Graham cracker crust, creamy filling, butter brickle crunch, and ooey gooey caramel all combined into one stellar dessert. Every bite is heavenly!

Layers of creamy filling, butter brickle, and caramel. This decadent Frozen Caramel Torte is sure to please!
This Caramel Crunch Dessert is crazy delicious! It is like an ice cream pie, but made in a springform pan so it’s even more pretty. It makes a stunning presentation. Of course if you don’t have a springform pan, you can actually make it in two pie pans instead. Not quite as stunning, but every bit as tasty.
This Frozen Caramel Crunch Dessert makes a stunning presentation, and every bite is crazy delicious!

I don’t know why I don’t make frozen desserts more often. I love that they can be made ahead of time for fuss-free entertaining. And who doesn’t love a frozen treat? Especially one this decadent.
Impress your guests with this Caramel Crunch Dessert. It can be made ahead of time for fuss-free entertaining.

It takes a little extra time to make the butter brickle crunch, but trust me, it’s worth it!! It is so good. I dare you not to sneak some as it’s cooling in the pan. 🙂
Every bite of this Caramel Crunch Dessert is scrumptious!!And then of course there’s the caramel. You can use store bought, but homemade is so much better. I realized that I haven’t posted the recipe for this particular caramel sauce, but this caramel sauce will work. Doesn’t that dripping caramel just make your mouth water? Oh so good.
Recipe for Caramel Crunch Dessert. A decadent frozen dessert!

Yield: 12 servings

Frozen Caramel Crunch Torte

Frozen Caramel Crunch Torte
Decadent frozen torte with creamy layers, graham cracker crust, and butter brickle.
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 22 minutes
Inactive Time 6 hours 36 minutes
Total Time 7 hours 13 minutes



  • 1 1/4 cups graham cracker crumbs (10 full crackers)
  • 3 Tbsp sugar
  • 1/4 cup melted butter

Butter Brickle Crunch

  • 3/4 cup brown sugar
  • 3/4 cup oats (quick or regular)
  • 3/4 cup chopped pecans or walnuts
  • 1/2 cup soft butter



  1. For crust, mix graham cracker crumbs, sugar, and melted butter in a small bowl. Press into the bottom of a 9" springform pan. Bake at 350° for 6 minutes. Let cool completely
  2. For butter brickle crunch: Mix all ingredients together and pat into a 9x13" pan. Bake for about 15 minutes or till lightly browned. While still hot, crumble up with two forks. Let cool.
  3. For filling: Whip cream till soft peaks form. Add vanilla and powdered sugar and beat for another minute. Set aside.
  4. Beat cream cheese in a large mixing bowl till smooth. Gradually beat in the sweetened condensed milk. Mix well, then fold in whipped cream.
  5. To assemble: Spread half of the filling over the cooled crust. Sprinkle with half of the crunch topping. Drizzle with half of the caramel.
  6. Spread on the remaining filling, then sprinkle the rest of the crumbs over the top. Cover and freeze for several hours, or till firm.
  7. Remove from freezer 15 minutes before serving. Drizzle remaining caramel sauce over slices as you serve.

More decadent caramel recipes you’ll love:

No-Bake Caramel Cornflake Cookies
Creamy No-Bake Chocolate Caramel Pie
Caramel Filled Bon Bon Cookies
Sinful Caramel Sauce


  1. Hi!

    I have a question. Is it 1 lb 14 oz of condensed milk? I am from the netherlands so i have to change some measurements 😉

    Thank you

    • I haven’t made this yet – but I sure plan to! I’m sure she means 1 can of sweetened condensed milk. They’re typically 14 ounces each. One pound 14 oz. would put someone into diabetic shock! Hahaha :).

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  3. How long will this stay fresh and yummy in the freezer?

    • Ours got eaten pretty fast, so I can’t say for sure, but if you wrap it up airtight it should last a week or two. Maybe longer, depending on how well it’s wrapped.

  4. I made this over the past weekend. I baked the bottom and brickle after dinner Sat and did the filling Sun morning about 8:30. We had it about 5:30 Sunday evening. We did the 15 minute warm up the first time, but on subsequent times we found it cut better right out of the freeze . It is a very enjoyable desert. It does take will power to not eat the brickle by itself as it is cooling.

  5. This looks amazing!!!!!!!

  6. This looks GORGEOUS! your right about the spring form pan! The crust sounds divine! What is Butter Brickle Crunch?

    • Butter Brickle Crunch was just the name of the crumbly topping in the recipe I got from a friend, so I kept the name just because it sounded good. LOL!

  7. Oh. Wow. This looks crazy delicious! That crunchy topping! That smooth caramel! That ice cream!! Got any left?! I’m just about to take a bit out of my screen, somebody better stop me!

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