When I was in high school, a good friend’s mom made us the best dessert I’d had…an Oreo pie. I honestly think that I ate at least 4 pieces, and even after a tummy ache…still wanted more. I begged her for the recipe, and she gave it to me. I read over it and chuckled to myself. No idea how I could possibly make something this delicious, because I didn’t know how to bake anything at that time…but knew that I would make it some day.
Several years later, my best friend (who absolutely LOVES Oreos, and that particular dessert we had) was turning 21, and I was throwing a party for her. Little did she know what I was going to make for her. When I made this pie, I REALLY wish they had already come out with the Oreo pie crusts, but they hadn’t yet…so I remember specifically having to individually crush up an entire package of Oreos for the crust. That was a very, very long process, so even if I have to make an Oreo crust now, it won’t be a problem, because I have four options for chopping up Oreos: a blender, mini food chopper, mini food processor or regular food processor.
Even after we all went out to dinner for my friend’s birthday and stuffed ourselves silly, we still managed to polish off the entire amount of Oreo pie. In fact, I had to fight off a few people to make sure the birthday girl even got a piece of her birthday pie! Even today, I make sure she gets a piece of Oreo pie whenever I make some…and of course my husband, because he is an Oreo fanatic as well…but I certainly can’t blame him. Oreo desserts always turn out delicious!!
Oreo Pie Crust (2)
1 small box Oreo instant pudding
(2) 8 oz. containers whipped topping
8 oz. cream cheese, softened
1 cup powdered sugar
1 3/4 cup milk
Combine cream cheese, 8 oz. whipped topping and powdered sugar, beat at medium speed with electric mixer until blended well and smooth. Spoon into bottom of both crusts. Combine pudding mix and milk, whisk for about 1 minute, set in the fridge for five minutes. Drizzle chocolate syrup on top of cream cheese layer. Spoon pudding mix evenly between crusts, on top of chocolate syrup. Dip Oreos in milk, crumble into chunks and place on top of pudding layer (8 cookies per pie, reserve last two cookies for topping). Spread remaining container of whipped topping on top of Oreo layer. Cut 1 remaining Oreo in half, place halves in center of pies. Crumble remaining cookie on top for garnish, store in refrigerator
*If wanting 1 pie, half the ingredients. You can make two pies and freeze one for another time.
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