Making Oreo Cookie Cream Pie

Category No Bake
These yummy desserts are great for meals, parties, and even picnics. The recipes for Oreo cookie pies may vary a bit, but they typically include crushed cookies that are layered with pudding, cream cheese, and whipped topping. Learn how to make this scrumptious dessert using the recipes below.


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May 11, 2010

This is a delicious, succulent dessert. Full of sweet flavor and good for any occasion even picnics! When being served, you must get it on your plate with your regular meal because, by the time dessert time comes around, it WILL be gone. It only take about 15 to 20 minutes to make. It's such a wonderful treat to have you will notice yourself going back for seconds.



Crush one package of Oreos until they are in a lot of pieces (my favorite part) . I find it easiest to put them in a gallon ziplock with a towel under it then use a meat pounder or rolling pin.


Melt margarine. Do not burn! Mix the Oreos and the butter together using a wooden spoon or a fork. Set one cup of the Oreo mixture aside.

Mix the cream cheese, French vanilla pudding, milk, and whipped cream on medium speed until fully done. Mixture will be thick, but make sure there are no chunks.

Pat the Oreo/butter mixture down on the bottom of a 9X12 inch cake pan until it is like a pie crust. Pour the cheese pudding mixture over it. Sprinkle the one cup of Oreos over the top.

Refrigerate for at least one hour and ENJOY!

Servings: 10-12
Time:20 Minutes Preparation Time
0 Minutes Cooking Time

Source: Passed down from my grandmother. This is something I love to make with her

By Kaitlyn from Laveen, AZ

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I needed to make a chocolate dessert for dinner guests. While shopping, I started thinking, I found fudge pudding, Oreos, cool whip and more... chocolate heaven!



  • 1 pkg family size Oreo cookies (13oz)
  • 1 single serving size cup of mini Oreos
  • 2 boxes sugar free instant chocolate fudge pudding mix
  • 4 cups skim milk
  • 2 tubs (8oz) fat free lite cool whip
  • 1 pkg (8oz) soft cream cheese
  • 4 Tbsp sugar
  • 2 tsp vanilla
  • 2 Tbsp melted butter


  1. Use a large deep dish pie dish.
  2. Start by opening the package of Oreos. Using half the package, break them up and put them in a blender or chopper to pulverize them into crumbs. Add melted butter to them.
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  4. Put all the crumbs into the pie dish. Press down and spread evenly over the bottom of the dish making a crust.
  5. In a small bowl, mix softened cream cheese, sugar, and vanilla and mix very well. Spread evenly over the crumbs.
  6. Now pulverize the remaining Oreos. Use about 3 Tbsp. and sprinkle over the cream cheese.
  7. Use 1/2 of 1 tub of Cool Whip and spread over the crumbs.
  8. In a medium bowl, mix the instant pudding mix. After it has chilled for a 1/2 hour, spread 1/2 half over the Cool Whip.
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  10. Next, use another layer, 1/2 tub of Cool Whip. Then, another 3 Tbls of Oreo crumbs.
  11. Repeat with the rest of the pudding. Repeat with the rest of the Cool Whip. Then take the back of a spoon and peak the cream. Sprinkle with crumbs, then use the cup of mini Oreos, and stand them around the top to decorate.
  12. Put into the freezer, take out 2 hours before cutting. Cut into pie slices or it can be spooned.
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