This Oreo cream pie will be one of the easiest desserts you’ll ever make. An Oreo cookie crust filled with a cream Oreo filling. Top with additional whipped cream and Oreos for the ultimate Oreo Cream Pie. Only 6 simple ingredients needed and it’s no-bake! Perfect for a summer dessert at a bbq or potluck.
I first posted this super delicious oreo cream pie a few years ago to the blog. I can happily say that is has been made several times over again. To say my family loves this oreo cream pie would be an understatement.
We are basically obsessed with it!
The post has been updated with a new recipe video to show how easy it is to make oreo cream pie. Original post is below. Enjoy friends and thanks for being here!
So this pie has a funny story. We were having a church Christmas party and I had signed up to bring a salad. I brought this Bacon & Mandarin Broccoli Salad —> super delish and one of my faves! And I also signed up to bring a pie.
I thought that there is no way people want a cream pie in winter and especially for a Christmas party. People want a hearty & rich pecan pie or the traditional pumpkin pie.
Long story short, I made the pie because it was no-bake and literally takes minutes to come together, and it was gone within like 5 minutes + it was the only dessert that was gone. So, needless to say this pie is really good and a crowd pleaser.
It’s so incredibly delicious and one of those recipes I love because it’s so easy to make!
My son even asks for this as his birthday cake. It just happens to be his favorite dessert. Can’t say that I blame him because if you like Oreo cookies even a little then you will LOVE this cream pie. It’s loaded with Oreo cookies.
In the crust, in the cream pie filling, and on top too!
Tips & Tricks for making Oreo Cream Pie
- Using freshly whipped cream is the best way to make this pie. It will taste so much better. But if you need to, or are in a hurry for time, you can substitute an 8 oz size tub of Cool Whip in place of the whipping cream in the recipe.
- I am all for homemade stuff but I’ll be honest with you and say that the store-bought Oreo crust is the best way to go for this. The store bought crust is firmer so it stays together better. I have tried it with a homemade Oreo crust, and while it’s good, it was crumbly and parts of the crust were thicker than the rest, so it was just really uneven.
- This pie tastes best after it has been in the fridge for at least 6 hours. You can even make it the night before you need it. The longer it sits in the fridge, the softer the cookies inside the pie and the crust become. It’s still good but very soft. It does need fridge time after making it for the pie to come together and set.
Watch the recipe video to see how to make oreo cream pie
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