Oreo Pudding Pie
Oreo pudding pie is an easy no bake dessert to make for any occasion!
This oreo pie with pudding is thick, fluffy, and has a mousse like texture! 8 ingredients and 20 minutes to prep.
Pudding pie is an old fashion recipe that has been around for a while.
There’s many different ways to make it, including from scratch, but I think the best way to make it is to use a box of instant pudding mix because it’s easy!
Many recipes use milk, however, I found that using heavy cream created a pie that was thicker, stable, and more mousse like!
If you have a stand mixer, this is a great time to use it because when you beat the pudding mix and heavy cream together, the mixture will be very thick. Once you add in the cool whip, the mixture will become more creamy and fluffy.
Why You’ll Love It
- 8 ingredients
- 20 minutes to prep
- no bake dessert
- thick and fluffy
- can be made with a graham cracker pie crust, store-bought crust or oreo pie crust
What You’ll Need
Scroll down for the full ingredient list and instructions.
- instant vanilla pudding mix
- heavy cream
- cool whip
How to Make Oreo Pie with Pudding
Layer #1 – Oreo Crust
In a blender or food processor, pulse the oreos (the cookie and the cream) into crumbs. Combine with the melted butter and press the mixture into the pie pan using the bottom of a measuring cup.
Layer #2 – Pudding Filling
Beat the pudding mix and heavy cream together. The mixture will be extremely thick. If you have a stand mixer, this is a great time to use it!
Gently beat in the chopped oreos and cool whip. Once you add in the cool whip, the mixture will become more creamy and fluffy. Spread the filling over the crust.
Layer #3 – Whipped Cream Topping
Top the pie with homemade whipped cream and crushed oreos.
How to Store No Bake Oreo Pie
This pie needs to be refrigerated. It can also be frozen for a frozen dessert pie! Be sure to cover the pie with plastic wrap to keep it fresh.
Peanut butter pie, chocolate pudding pie and peanut butter cup chocolate pie are all no bake recipes that you can serve with oreo pudding pie!
- 3 minutes to make the oreo crust
- 5 minutes to make the pudding filling
- 5 minutes to make whipped cream topping
- 4-8 hours to chill in the fridge
Gluten Free Oreo Pie
It is really easy to make this pudding pie gluten free by using gluten free oreos for the crust. All of the other ingredients in the recipe are naturally gluten free!
Can I substitute the cool whip?
If you don’t want to use cool whip, you can substitute 8 oz of homemade whipped cream, which is also equal to 3 cups.
- The pudding filling is VERY thick when mixing it. If you have a stand mixer, this is a great time to use it!
- Use a sharp, skinny knife to cut the pie into pieces.
- Be sure to use two 3.4 oz (or 3.9) boxes, not the large 5.1 or 5.9 boxes.
More Oreo Desserts
Oreo Pudding Pie
- 1 package oreos, 14.3 oz
- 6 tbsp unsalted butter, melted
- 2 boxes 3.4 oz instant vanilla pudding mix
- 3 cups heavy whipping cream
- 8 oz cool whip, thawed
- 2 cups oreos, chopped (about 18 oreos), from a second 14.3 oz package
- 1 cup heavy whipping cream
- ¼ cup powdered sugar
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- In a blender or food processor, pulse the oreos (the cookie portion and the cream portion) until fully blended.
- In a large bowl, combine the oreo crumbs and melted butter. Press this mixture evenly into a 9 or 10 inch pie pan. Use the bottom of a measuring cup to pack the crust down. Place the crust in the fridge to chill until ready to fill.
- In a stand mixer or large mixing bowl, combine the pudding mix and heavy cream with an electric mixer until well blended. You will NOT prepare the pudding mix as directed on the box. If you have a stand mixer, this is a great time to use it because when you beat the pudding mix and heavy cream together, the mixture will be very thick.
- Add the cool whip and crushed oreos, mix on low until combined. Spread this mixture over the crust. Once you add in the cool whip, the mixture will become more creamy and fluffy. Cover the pie pan with plastic wrap and refrigerate for 4-8 hours.
- Before serving the pie – place a metal or glass mixing bowl and beaters in the freezer for 15 minutes.
- Remove the bowl from the freezer. Add the heavy cream, powdered sugar and vanilla extract and beat with an electric mixer for 4-5 minutes, or until stiff peaks form / it’s scoop-able with a spoon and holds its shape.
- Spoon onto the pie and top with crushed oreos.
So delicious. But instead of using vanilla pudding mix-use Oreo pudding mix!
Rewrite your recipe. Oreo portions are not correct. Crush Oreos for the topping and set aside for later. Measure 2 cups of Oreos (which is more than one package) and set aside. Then do the crust. Now I have to drive 35 min back to the store to buy more Oreos. I’ll pass.
Hi there! A standard 14.3 oz package of oreos contains 36 oreos. As written in the recipe you’ll use 1 entire package to make the crust. For the filling you’ll use 18 oreos from a second package which is about 2 cups when chopped. You’ll have 18 oreos left over from the second package that can be used to crush on top of the pie.
This pie was incredible! I added brownie chunks just to give it more texture. It was a great addition, but it didn’t really need it. My family died and went to heaven eating this. Thank you!
Very good recipe… My 3 sons ate it in one night 😊
Great and easy recipe. only variation was I used Oreo putting as well. Hard to believe the “I’ll Pass” review! Get serious, not only is this a very good, easy, and accurate recipe, but if you’re going to be like that, then don’t be looking for free recipes online!
I was thinking the same thing! Read the entire recipe BEFORE you go shopping!!! LOL
Absolutely delicious and so so simple to make. This recipe is a keeper! Made exactly as written and it came out perfect!
Absolutely delicious and so so simple to make. This recipe is a keeper! Made exactly as written and it came out perfect! Made for the NovemberBaking challenge and is an excellent addition to Thanksgiving!
My family LOVED this recipe! So easy to put together and delicious!
Great recipe! I used cheesecake pudding instead of vanilla and topped it all with chocolate whipped cream. It was delicious!
This pie was delicious! I am a big fan of Desserts and wanted to try something different from my regular peanut butter options. Turned out bigger than I anticipated and have been still eating it a couple days later and tastes just as good. I will definetly be making this again! If anything when in doubt follow the recipe.
This recipe sounds delicious. Is it possible to make this in a 9 x 13 pan and if so, how would I tweak it to make it work? Would love to take it to an upcoming event, but I am to lazy to make two pies…………………….
Can this be made the day before and freeze it all together? Or can I make the crust and filling mix, keep in fridge, and then the topping in freezer and then place on top one ready to serve?
I haven’t tried freezing this myself, so I can’t offer an accurate answer if it will turn out the same once thawed. I would suggest making the crust and filling, keep that in the fridge in advance. Add the topping before serving (or up 4 hours in advance) if possible!
When using a hand mixer, do I use the whisk attachments or the wider spaced ones (not sure what they’re called)? Thanks!
I use the standard attachment, which are the beaters!
just what i was looking for. the whole family love it. Easy to follow recipe and has the perfect taste of Oreos.
This dessert was a big hit at our Mother’s Day cookout! The only thing I did differently was that I made it in a large oval glass casserole dish, and it filled the entire dish. I don’t know how it could possibly fit into a pie pan. I pressed the crust down with wax paper so it wouldn’t stick to my hands. I also ran out of heavy cream for the topping, so I just used whipped topping instead. Thanks for sharing!
I used chocolate pudding instead of vanilla and used 10 in pie plate but still lots of filling and very rich so did not make the topping. Just topped with oreo crumbles and filled in dream whip around the edges. Very good!
Have you made this the night before and put it in the fridge? I’m making a few desserts and was thinking this would be good to make in advance. Thanks!
Yes! It holds up well in the fridge overnight!