No Bake Oreo Pie

The best no bake oreo pie! Oreo crust, oreo cream cheese filling, chocolate ganache topped with oreos!!

slice of oreo pie on metal plateThe question is.. is there such a thing as too many oreos?

I think not :)

oreo pie in pie plate

Everyone Loved This No Bake Oreo Pie

Everyone who had a piece of this No Bake Oreo Pie could not get enough. The only question was “can I have some milk?” not “next time can you make this with less oreos?”

I mean, they are America’s favorite cookie for a reason!

You will need 2 packages of oreos to make this No Bake Oreo Pie. No judgement, okay?

1 entire package is used to make the oreo crumb crust, then you’ll need to use 12 oreos from the second package for the filling, plus more oreos for the top of the pie. Lots of oreos for the top of the pie!

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Let’s go layer by layer.

Crust: 1 package oreos (exactly 36 ha – both Oreo brand and generic store brand seem to have 36 in one package, so buy whichever is cheaper!) plus 1 stick of melted butter. Paula Deen would approve.

Filling: 2 packages of cream cheese (softened), 1 cup powdered sugar, vanilla extract, 12 crushed oreos, and 1 standard container of cool whip.

Chocolate ganache: 1 & 1/2 cups chocolate chips and 1/2 cup heavy cream.

The top: lots of oreos :)

slice of oreo pie being lifted from pie plate

Directions for this No Bake Oreo Pie

1. pulse the oreos (cream and all) into crumbs, combine with melted butter and press that into the pie pan

2. mix together the oreo filling and scoop that into the pie pan

3. pour chocolate ganache on top of the chilled filling

4. chop as many oreos as you want and put them on top of the pie

5. refrigerate or freeze until set

…then DEVOUR!

slice of oreo pie on metal plate
It was really easy to make this No Bake Oreo Pie gluten free by using gluten free oreos. All of the other ingredients in the recipe are naturally gluten free, but sadly not calorie free, haha.

Now that I’ve made this No Bake Oreo Pie a few times, I’ve discovered that I prefer it frozen rather then just refrigerated. Even when “frozen” the filling is still creamy and easy to cut through, the only thing that gives a little trouble to cut through is the oreo crust. But I figure I can dish out a little elbow grease for a piece of pie.

No Bake Oreo Pie


Oreo Crust

  • 1 package oreos
  • 1 stick butter, melted


  • two, 8 oz packages of cream cheese, softened
  • 1 cup powdered sugar
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 12 oreos, chopped
  • 1 container Cool Whip (8 oz), thawed

Chocolate Ganache

  • 1 & 1/2 cup chocolate chips
  • 1/2 cup heavy whipping cream


  • Oreos, some cut in half, others chopped


Oreo Crust

  1. Process the oreos in a food processor until fine crumbs remain. In a large bowl, combine the crushed oreos with the melted butter. Press this mixture evenly into a 10 inch pie pan. Place in fridge until ready to use.


  1. In a large mixing bowl, beat the cream cheese with an electric mixer until well blended. Add the powdered sugar and vanilla extract, beat again.
  2. Mix in the the chopped oreos and cool whip and stir with a spatula until mixed. Spread this mixture on the crust and place in the freezer for 30 minutes.

Chocolate Ganache

  1. Place chocolate chips in a medium heat-proof bowl.
  2. In a small pot over low heat, heat the heavy cream until just before boiling.
  3. Pour the heavy cream over the chocolate chips. Allow the mixture to stand for 1-2 minutes.
  4. Use a spatula to stir the mixture until smooth.
  5. Allow the ganache to come to room temperature before adding it to the pie.


  1. Before the chocolate hardens, add the oreos to the top. Start by adding the halved oreos around the edges, placing them as close or as far apart as you want. Then add chopped oreos to the center of the pie.
  2. Cover the pie with tinfoil and return to the freezer or fridge for 1-2 hours. Before serving, remove the pie from the freezer and let it sit for a few minutes to make cutting it easier. Cover and freeze or refrigerate any leftovers.

The best no bake oreo pie! Oreo crust, oreo cream cheese filling, chocolate ganache topped with oreos!!

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  1. This pie looks and sounds amazing! I am definitely going to have to try this :)
    It’s funny, I absolutely adore Oreos in desserts just not as a biscuit to eat alone.

  2. Thank you so much for sharing this amazing recipe! I made this pie for a work potluck, and won runner-up! :) Although it takes some time to put each layer together, it is very easy and it looks so impressive for the little amount of effort involved. My bf thought it was delicious and texted: “YUMMMMMMMMMMM”. Nuff said! ;)

  3. Could I make this in a spring form pan? I always feel like those are easier to display/serve. Has anyone ever done that?

  4. Sorry but NO good pie could possible have Cool whip as an ingredient. NASTY!

    • If you are opposed to cool whip you could substitute your own homemade whipped cream.

    • I don’t know why people are complaining about the Cool Whip, I just made the filling and it’s delicious!

  5. can we use something else instead of cool whip? i dont have this product where i Live…. thanks

  6. hi! this pie looks delicious and i’m thinking about making this for my sisters birthday, i’m just wondering how many people does it serve?

  7. Ey just want to know must it be in the freezer or can I put it in fridge as well

  8. I have a premade oreo crust I need to use, should I cut the recipe in half since it calls for a 10 inch pan?

    • Your premade oreo crust should work great in this recipe – no need to cut the recipe in half.

  9. Hi! Making this for Christmas!! What kind of chocolate chips – semi sweet or milk chocolate?

  10. I learned to bake with exact measurements-
    What is a standard container of cool whip??

  11. I made this for my boyfriend’s birthday. It was delicious and very easy to make. I will be making it again.

  12. Made this with my own whipped cream but it was just way too sweet. Even my kids got sick after one piece. But it was delicious. We did not add all the oreo to the top either, that would be over kill.

  13. Hi!

    Thank you for the recipe, looks amazing, planning to make it tomorrow.
    Can I ask how many Oreos does a package containe? We have a few versions of Oreo packages and I don’t know how many Oreos do I exactly need to make the pie.

    And here where I live there is no such thing is Cool Whip, can I use liquid cream beated to foam instead?


  14. This looks awesome! I’m bringing a dessert for our July 4th get together. If I double this do you think I could make it in a 9×13 pan?

  15. Could I use pre-made hot fudge topping instead of the chocolate ganache? I don’t have a microwave and I tend to seize my chocolate every time I try a double boiler.

    • Hi Angie! The hot fudge won’t be the same consistency as the chocolate ganache, but I bet it will taste just as good! So I say, go for it!

  16. Why powered sugar over pure cane sugar? I always always get these two sugars confused and it literally makes me panic over the outcome of a recipe lol

    • Great question! Powdered sugar won’t leave a grain-y texture like granulated sugar can! You want the cream cheese layer to be SMOOTH!

  17. Overall the pie turned out pretty good.  It does take a lot of time to make but it’s worth. The only thing that I had a problem with was the cream cheese, it seemed when I tried it had a strong cream cheese taste. Did u do something wrong? I used what the recipe said.

    • Hmmm! There’s enough oreos and sugar in the recipe where it shouldn’t taste overly cream cheese-y.

  18. Could I make this pie ahead of time and freeze it to serve 2 days later or would it not be as good?

  19. We made this for Pi Day and it was a hit!! 

  20. Do you take the cream out of the oreos for the crust?

  21. I can’t wait to try this out! How long would you leave the crust in the freezer before adding the cream layer? 

    • I just popped the crust in the freezer while I was preparing the next layer, so not super long!

  22. For the chocolate chips, does it matter what kind they are? What kind did you use or find taste better?

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