Heavenly Oreo Dessert

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Heavenly OREO Dessert is truly heavenly! Layers of chocolate pudding, cool whip and cream cheese. This dessert is a winner!

   On Sunday I decided to take my sister’s  family a ‘Get Well Treat.’  because her hubby had to have surgery. I pulled out my gigantic pile of recipes and saw this amazing Heavenly Oreo Dessert from my friend Mandy’s blog. 


   The name describes this dessert perfectly. It is heavenly… and dangerous. For your thighs, that is. It’s one of those desserts you can’t. stop. eating……


So don’t say I didn’t warn you! 😉

 *Note* This recipe is for a 9×13 inch baking pan. The pictures shown is of an 8×8 inch pan because I halved the recipe*

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Heavenly Oreo Dessert
  • 1 (15.35 ounce) package Double-Stuffed Oreo cookies
  • ½ cup butter, melted
  • 2 packages (3.9 ounce, each) Instant Chocolate pudding mix
  • 3¼ cups cold milk
  • 2 (8 ounce) containers Cool Whip
  • 1 (8 ounce) block Cream cheese, softened
  • 1 cup powdered sugar
  1. Take a large zip-lock bag and place all the Oreo cookies inside. Seal bag shut and place on counter. Using a rolling pin, crush the cookies until they are small chunks/crumbs. You want them to still be chunky and small, but not fine crumbs.
  2. Set aside half of the cookie crumbs for the topping. Pour the other half of cookie crumbs into a 9×13 baking pan. Pour the melted butter over the crumbs and mix well to combine. Once combined, press into the pan to form a crust.
  3. In a bowl, whisk together the 2 pudding mixes and milk. Cover and place in fridge to set.
  4. In a medium bowl, blend cream cheese until smooth. Slowly add in the powdered sugar. Fold in one container of Cool Whip. Spread mixture over the cookie crust. Next, take chocolate pudding and spread over the cream cheese mixture. Spread the other container of Cool Whip over the chocolate pudding layer. Sprinkle the top with the remaining cookie crumbs. Cover and chill in fridge at least 2 hours before serving.
  5. Enjoy ♥




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    1. wow! I thought I was gonna mess something up but I didn’t it looks amazing I found the recipe 6 days ago then I just made it today on Valentine’s day my family hasnt tasted it yet but I hope they luv it !!!!

    2. I’ve made this dessert twice and it is truly delicious! I just wanted to point out that the best way to mix the cream cheese with powder sugar is to place a metal dish with hot water under the bowl. You don’t have to use a blender just keep mixing it with a spoon until it gets soft and smooth. Again…add the cool whip and keep mixing it. You’ll see how smooth it gets.

  1. Oh Girl…you really sucked me in with this awesome treat. What’s not to love huh? You share the bestest recipes – thanks. Pinning for now to make when I can share….GREAT ‘get well medicine’. =)

  2. Just made this and it truly is heavenly. So glad I found this recipe. My family enjoyed it . Infact my girls licked their bowls clean. :-). Thanks for sharing this recipe.

  3. So good! Might not be the fanciest of desserts, but it’s definitely a crowd pleaser!

    I made this for Father’s Day per my husband’s request and it really is very tasty and everyone enjoyed it. I made it as written except I only used half of the powdered sugar called for in the cream cheese layer as a full cup seemed like a lot to me considering all the other sweet layers. Turned out just fine with the 1/2 cup of sugar 🙂

    Thanks for sharing the recipe!

    1. Sounds yummy! You cold fancy it up when you serve it, by using a pretty dish and maybe an extra cookie standing up to the side or a few chocolate curls or even a drizzle of caramel sauce on the serving plate.

  4. That looks just like something a good family friend always made in the Summer; great memories! I am totally going to have to try this soon! Thanks Holly! 🙂

  5. A good friend of mine makes this its very rich but it is so good I can eat a lot of it when she makes it can I say so yummy

  6. This was delicious, but I went by pictures and made this in an 8×8 pan, which wasn’t big enough! After looking back at the directions I saw the 9×13 direction. You might want to put in a disclaimer!!! 😉

    1. Brittney, for some reason I thought I had mentioned that on there, but I had not. So I just fixed that. Thanks for the heads up! And glad you enjoyed it 🙂

      1. it says you can make it a couple of hours before – can you make it the day before and it still be as delicious? I want to make it for the kids for a rehearsal supper

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    1. Ive made this recipe several times now. The wife and the kids now ask for it to be made regularly. Everybody loves it and there is never any left over

  8. I made this recipe for my family!
    100% Success!!!! They LOVED it,the kids already asked when was i gonna make it again.
    So Thank you

  9. Hi i accidentally made the pudding as it says on the box which is 4 cups of milk your recipe says 3/ 1/4 cup will it be ok

  10. This is officially the first recipe I come across Pinterest that did not disappoint my taste buds. I made it for Easter and it was heavenly. Thank you for sharing!

  11. I made this for my family this weekend, but I tweaked it. I baked off the crust for 15 minutes on 350 and I layered it in a trifle doubling the cream cheese and sugar for the layers. It was heavenly.

  12. How long do you leave the pudding in the fridge to set -just as long as it takes to complete the next steps? Is it the right consistency by then?

    1. I’ve made this type recipe for over twenty years, but you use only 3 cups of mix with the two boxes of Instant pudding it will be set and ready to use without having to go into the fridge…

  13. Someone made this at a picnic event and it was really good so I looked for this last year and I made it my brother-in-law said this is good. I am going to continue making is for spring and summer. Thank you

  14. Before I made the dessert, I was excited to see how it would turn out to my friends at school. When I was making the dessert, I found it pretty easy to follow the step in the recipe. After I served the dessert to my friends, they kept asking for more until it was all gone.! Awesome recipe

  15. What a great recipe! It was simple and everyone enjoyed it! I have had to send it to many friends who have tried it.

  16. I just made this scrumptious oreo dessert. It was easy as pudding! The top layer of cool whip I had to sit out for a few minutes because I saw it would be difficult to spread on top of the pudding. It worked out well with a little stir and then dropped by spoonfuls onto the pudding. Thanks for the recipe!

  17. My wife printed this recipe for me and suggested I make it. I made it about a month ago and it was delicious. The only suggestion I would have for the original recipe is to use regular Oreos instead of double-stuffed. For me, the extra frosting in the double-stuffed ones made it really sticky when trying to crush the cookies.

    I modified the recipe for the 4th of July. Instead of Oreos, I used Nilla Wafers. Instead of chocolate pudding, I used Salted Caramel pudding. In addition to putting some of the Nilla Wafer crumbs on the top, I also finely chopped some Hershey’s Gold candy bars and sprinkled on top. This modification was as big hit with our guests on the 4th.

  18. I tried to make this after not making it for a few years and I didnt realize that the packages of cookies are smaller now so I think you should say ounces instead of package!

  19. Drooling! This looks so good!! I’d like to make it to have for dessert Saturday evening. Could I make it Friday night and still taste great?

  20. This recipe is perfect. I make it the day before but wait until ready to serve to put crumbled cookies on top. They stay crunchy this way.
    Thanks for sharing this recipe.

  21. I want to make this receipe the night before ? Will the cookie crust and other cookies get to soft that is my main concern don’t want the Oreo cookies soft please email me as to what I need to do. Thank you

    1. Jill, I sent you an email but thought I would post it here too.Yes, if you make the dessert the night before the cookie crust will get soft. It will still taste delicious but it will be soft and you won’t get that cookie crust crunch. -Holly

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