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Oreo Fudge Cool Whip Pie

Updated on July 22, 2015

Quick and Easy Oreo Fudge Cool Whip Pie

It's hard to imagine a better list of ingredients, so it should come as no surprise that this recipe is AMAZING! It is always a huge hit every time I make it - cool and light, rich and decadent. And the greatest part is that it is extremely simple to make and only 4 ingredients. It should only take you about 15 minutes tops to put the pie together, and then it just sits in the freezer for about 4 hours. It's a great alternative to ice cream or cake, especially for chocolate lovers. :)


1 container of Cool Whip

1 large or x-large dark chocolate bar

1 cup crushed oreos + extra for garnishes

1 pre-made oreo crust

Step 1: Ready the Chocolate

The first step in this recipe is to break up your chocolate bar in a microwave safe bowl. You can also melt it on the stove if you prefer, but I find the microwave easier and I tend to be less likely to burn the chocolate. However, you do need to make sure to only microwave in 30 second intervals, stirring in between. It should only take a couple of minutes for the chocolate to become fully melted - smooth and soft.

Step 2: The Oreos

While the chocolate is in the microwave, you can start to crush up 1 cup of oreos. I tend to get the bag of mini oreos so that there are less leftovers in the end, but you can definitely use regular as well. The oreos should not be overcrushed - big chunks are great in the pie.

Once the chocolate is done and the oreos are crushed, you want to mix them together. It is important to mix these two ingredients up first, before you add the Cool Whip, because it keeps the oreos a little more crunchy and adds the taste of chocolate covered oreos to the pie. The oreos should be totally covered in chocolate before moving to the next step.

Step 3: The Mixture

Once the Oreos and chocolate are properly mixed, you want to mix in the Cool Whip. It is best to mix these together thoroughly, otherwise the pie will freeze unevenly.

Once you have mixed the Cool Whip into the chocolate Oreo mixture, you are ready to pour into your Oreo pie crust! Once the mixture is in the crust, just smooth out and add some additional crushed Oreos as a garnish.

Step 4: The Final Product

Once your extra crushed Oreos are on top, you've finished the pie! Now all you need to do is let it sit in the freezer for about 4 hours to freeze. Keep it in the freezer in between servings, but you may want to let it thaw for about 20 minutes before cutting yourself a piece. Enjoy!

Portable Pie Plate

Great way to transport your Oreo Fudge Cool Whip Pie to your next gathering. Also great way to store in the freezer!

Pyrex Portables Pie Carrier with 9-Inch Pie Plate
Pyrex Portables Pie Carrier with 9-Inch Pie Plate

- Portable pie plate makes transporting to potlucks and picnics easy- 9-inch glass pie plate with durable, BPA-free plastic cover and base- Easy-to-lock lid securely fastens to base; multiple handles on top or bottom- Glass is pre-heated oven-, microwave-, fridge-, freezer-, and dishwasher-safe- Made in USA; 2-year limited warrant


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      Charito Maranan-Montecillo 4 years ago from Manila, Philippines

      Wow! Sure looks yummy! I'm a chocoholic and I like anything with Oreos. - Ms. Charito from the Philippines

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      Squirt2Squidoo 4 years ago

      Ah it looks sooo good! I like it!

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      Tasha North 4 years ago

      Looks very neat, but still very yammie :)

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      mommyplus3kids 4 years ago

      I love chocolate! Can't wait to try this recipe. Thanks for sharing

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      Dawn 4 years ago from Maryland, USA

      Oh wow! yum! I shouldn't look at tasty lenses like this right before bed. Now i'm hungry. This looks great!

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      TheFabMarketer 4 years ago

      Oh my goodness! I'm sooo making this recipe this week. It looks sooo yummy. Thanks for sharing.

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      Writing Nag 4 years ago from Colorado Springs, Colorado

      This looks easy and good!

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      RuthieDenise 4 years ago

      This would help my chocolate tooth!

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      emma_07 4 years ago

      Simply delicious !

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      Susan300 4 years ago

      Thanks for being part of the 2013 Squidoo County Fair! :)

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      Renaissance Woman 4 years ago from Colorado

      Oh my. I'll take a slice, please. :-) I'm pretty sure seconds will be necessary.

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      GrammieOlivia 4 years ago

      Holey Cannoli, can we say fantastic! I like the ease of this, it suits my time frames most of the time.

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      steadytracker lm 4 years ago

      Thank you for entering this lens in the 2013 Squidoo County Fair.

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      Fay Favored 4 years ago from USA

      Wow this sounds rich. Sounds like a fun treat for the kids and hubby.

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      EzLoanLookUp LM 4 years ago

      Yes I want one right now. This is brilliant, great lens

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Hoooly Diabetes!

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      Judith Nazarewicz 4 years ago from Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

      My hubby would just love this! :-)

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      ChefAirick 4 years ago

      Holy cow I can't wait to make this haha. Should be perfect to eat in between about two 10 mile runs! But'll be worth it. Thanks!

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      Rhonda Lytle 4 years ago from Deep in the heart of Dixie

      Wow. That looks like chocolate bliss. I love how simple it is. It would be great for kids and grownups alike.

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      Shinichi Mine 4 years ago from Tokyo, Japan


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      sybil watson 4 years ago

      Mmm, that pie looks great! It would be perfect on a hot day when you don't want to bake.

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      ghoststorylover 4 years ago

      Wow, lol looks yummy, and it wouldn't last long in my house that's for sure!