Oreo Pudding Dessert

Oreo Pudding Dessert

An oreo-crumb crust topped with vanilla pudding, whipped cream, and oreo crumbs


12-16 servings


16 ounces Oreo cookies (or off-brand equivalent)
1/2 cup butter (1 stick), melted
2 3-ounce boxes of instant vanilla pudding*
3 1/2 cups milk*
8 ounces cream cheese
4 ounces whipped cream


1. Roll or crush cookies into fine crumbs. Reserve 1/4 cup of the crumbs, and mix the remaining crumbs with the melted butter. Press mixture into the bottom of a 9 x 13 dish.

2. Thoroughly combine the pudding mix, milk, and cream cheese. Pour over prepared crust. Spread on whipped cream and sprinkle remaining cookie crumbs. Chill.

Additional Notes: 

*If you're making your own vanilla pudding, use 4 cups of your finished pudding in place of the instant pudding mixes and the milk.

Preparation Time: 

15 minutes

Tammy's Review: 

This is a delicious dessert, and if made with instant pudding, it is very quick and easy (no-cook!). I feel a little guilty about making and eating it, though, since it's so full of sugar! I ease the guilt somewhat by using homemade vanilla pudding (from scratch).

This dessert is just too yummy and never lasts long in our house. I have had other "versions" of this dessert (sometimes called "Dirt Pudding") and this one is by far the best. My rating: 10/10.


Please see the recipe above for my complete review! Thanks! ~Tammy


I took this to a family dinner last night and came home with an empty 9x13!
This is the first dessert that everyone loved across the board!


I made this for dessert tonight and it's almost gone and there are only 4 of us who can eat it. When I saw this recipe I knew I just had to make it for my son Sean. And I was right. He just left the kitchen with his second helping and asked if he could put some in a bowl for later "just for him". This is after he ate 3/4 of a bread bowl and the Chicken Chili. At first I thought he ate too much but he's a teen and I don't think they ever really get full. He is so glad I have found Tammy and her recipe. He's actually taking an interest in what we're having for dinner. Thanks again. Staci


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