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An Easy to Make Oreo Pie Recipe

Updated on December 22, 2011

This recipe is for an Oreo Pie that is one of the quick easy desserts in this series of hubs about Oreo recipes.   I love pie and I love Oreos so this is definitely one of my favorite recipes.  It takes just a few minutes to prepare and about an hour to chill in the refrigerator.


One package of Oreo cookies

One stick of butter or margarine

Two eight ounce packages of cream cheese, softened

Three one ounce packages of instant vanilla pudding

Four cups of milk

½ tub of whipped cream


Before getting started, it is very important to take the cream cheese out of the refrigerator and let it soften for at least an hour. If the cream cheese is cold, it will not blend into a smooth mixture.

Step 1

Place the Oreo cookies in a gallon size plastic bag, removing all the air before sealing it. Crush the Oreo cookies with a rolling pin or mallet. The Oreos do not need to be crushed into a fine powder, make sure and leave some chunks.

Step 2

Melt the butter. Mix the melted butter with about half the crushed Oreos. Press the mixture into the bottom of a 9 x 13 pan to for the pie crust. You can also use a regular pie plate if you prefer.

Step 3

Mix the cream cheese, vanilla pudding, milk, and whipped cream. It is best to use an electric hand mixer on medium speed to get a smooth texture. Taste the mixture, you may want to add some sugar if you would prefer a sweeter flavor. Pour the mixture over the crust.

Step 4

Pour the remaining crushed Oreos on top. Refrigerate for an hour or until cool.


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      9 months ago

      Wish I would have read the comments before I made this. It's a mess. I waste time and money making this

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      2 years ago

      This recipe makes absolutely no sense what so ever if you going to post something please put in correct ingredients and the size what a waste of time and money

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      2 years ago

      Horrible recipe. When mixing all of those ingredients together you end up with soup.

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      5 years ago

      This idea is magnificent thought. I have seen other recipies for Oreo pies, and cookies but yours is by far the best I have seen. It looks rich, deishoius and creamy. I thank you for your reicpie and your time for writing it.

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      6 years ago

      Thank you for the recipe. Will you please adjust it to clear up a few questions? It calls for 3 1-ounce packages of instant vanilla pudding. I'm sure you mean 1 3.4-ounce package. But there are 1-ounce sugar free packages, so is that what you are calling for? It would be very helpful to fix that. Also, there are 2 sizes of Cool Whip tubs. Can you state the size of the tub in ounces? And on another note, do you use the 4 cups of milk to mix with the pudding first and then add the other ingredients? If not what order do you mix the ingredients? When I plopped them all together to mix, the milk sloshed around and it just didn't seem to mix easily. The cream mixture never did set up to be quite thick enough. What do you suggest? Once the cream mixture set up a little bit, I did spread cooled ganache (9oz semisweet chocolate with 1 cup of hot cream, stirred to smooth and let sit at room temp for 10 min) then crumbled the oreos on top. That was a great combination. Thanks again for the recipe.

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      6 years ago

      im only 11 and this is so simple to make thanks

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      Oreo Lover 

      6 years ago

      I tried this recipe and had to make several alterations to it. The directions were unclear and so were the ingredients. For example, how large is the tub of whipped cream, and mostly the pudding questions that so many had asked before. Also, the amount of milk was quite questionable and made the filling very soupy. The alterations that I made were very needed in this unclear recipe so please try and make yourself clearer next time.

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      6 years ago

      Im about to make the pie and id really like to know if I'm supposed to make the pudding or just pour the pudding mix in it

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      Alissa Roberts 

      6 years ago from Normandy, TN

      Anything with oreos is a winner in my book. A friend of mine made this pie once and I always wondered how she made it. Will have to try your recipe out since it looks super easy!

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      6 years ago from Peru, South America

      This does look easy....I'm going to give it a shot! Voted up and useful. Thanks!

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      6 years ago

      So you mix in the vanilla pudding mixture, or do you make the vanilla pudding and then mix that in?

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      6 years ago from New Mexico

      tried it and I LOVED IT!!!!!

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      6 years ago

      yum yum yum yum yum

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      Shawn Scarborough 

      6 years ago from The Lone Star State

      Mad Cook, I'm sorry you had trouble with this recipe. You are right, I should have made the recipe more detailed. I have updated the recipe to include instructions for softening the cream cheese.

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      mad cook 

      6 years ago

      Horrible. I spent 20 min. Using my mixer and the cream cheese was still lumpy. Overall the recipe was a disaster. You should've made it more detailed.

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      Jill Spencer 

      6 years ago from United States

      I've made Oreo ice cream (1 pkg. crushed Oreos, whipped cream & vanilla ice cream mixed together & then refrozen) but never this. It sounds simple and delicious. Thanks!

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      Audrey Kirchner 

      7 years ago from Washington

      Yummy!!! I remember Oreos - too bad I can't eat chocolate now - that is just so unfair but I know a lot of people who'll love this!

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      Susan Hazelton 

      7 years ago from Sunny Florida

      What a wonderful easy recipe. It sounds delicious.

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      7 years ago from Somewhere in Michigan

      YUM! Thanks for sharing! :)


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