There can be no denying the fact that our family loves Oreos. I mean we seriously love them. Not surprisingly our family’s favorite go to dessert is No Bake Oreo Pudding Pie.
No Bake Oreo Pudding Pie
My mom makes the No Bake Oreo Pudding Pie all the time. It’s always a hit at family gatherings. Who doesn’t want a pie that tastes like a giant Oreo? Yum!
It has actually become a staple dessert for our family. We started making it because it was an egg free dessert that Nick could eat. Plus not only could he eat it, but he loved to eat it. There was nothing more frustrating than making something specifically because it was safe for Nick to eat only to then have him turn his nose up at it. Oh the joys of having a picky eater!
Another great thing about this pie is that it doesn’t take much time to make. You whip a few things together, crush some Oreos, and pretty much you’re done. It does need a couple of hours in the freezer in order for the pudding to fully set though, so make sure you make this well ahead of when you plan on serving it!
Here’s what you need to make Oreo Pudding Pie
- 1 Oreo cookie crumb crust
- 1 small box of french vanilla pudding
- 2 cups of milk (This is based on the pudding box I had. Adjust this amount if your pudding box says differently.)
- 1/2 of an 8oz a tub of whipped topping
- 19 Oreos
How to Make Oreo Pudding Pie
This No Bake Oreo Pudding Pie really is so simple to make. The first thing you need to make sure that the pie crust is ready first.
As soon as your Oreo pie crust is ready to go you can make the pudding. Just make the pudding according to the instructions on the pudding box. Once the pudding is all whisked together you can stir in the whipped topping.
Now it is time it’s time to crush some Oreos! The easiest, and cleanest, way to do this is by placing 15 of the Oreos into a large baggie. Make sure you seal the baggie so no Oreo pieces come flying out. Then grab your rolling pin and get to work smashing them all up. Side note: this is a great recipe to make when you have some frustrations to get out 😉
Your goal is to continuing crushing the Oreos until they’re about the size of a nickle. Once they’re crushed open the baggie up and pour the entire bag into the pudding mixture and then stir them in.
After that you’re pretty much done. Pour the pudding mixture into the crust and place it into the freezer for a minimum of 2 hours, but longer is even better. Remove the pie from the freezer 15 minutes before serving to let it soften. Before serving the pie crush the remaining 4 Oreos in a baggie and then sprinkle them all over the top of the pie.
- 1 Oreo Cookie Crumb Crust
- 1 Small Box of French Vanilla Pudding
- 2 Cups of Milk
- ½ of an 8oz Tub of Whipped Topping
- 19 Oreos
- Mix pudding together based on box instructions.
- Add the whipped topping and stir in.
- Crush 15 Oreos in a large baggie and then stir into the pudding mixture.
- Pour mixture into the pie crust and place in freezer for a minimum of 2 hours.
- Remove from freezer 15 minutes before serving to let soften.
- Crush remaining Oreos and sprinkle on top of the pie.
Pie Recipe Resources:
- Art of the Pie: A Practical Guide to Homemade Crusts, Fillings, and Life by Kate McDermott
- Oreo cookie crumb crust
- Pie Carrier by Sweet Creationsn 2-piece-set, 12″ L x 12″ W x 4-1/4″ H, BPA free