No matter the weather, nothing beats these no-bake Oreo desserts.
They’re rich and creamy, and every cookies & cream lover’s dream come true.
Top 10 No-Bake Oreo Desserts
From bite-sized snacks to ice cream cakes, these sweet treats are perfect for any occasion.
And you don’t even need to turn the oven on! So they’re perfect for the summer.
That said, these no-bake Oreo desserts are so good, you’ll crave them all year long.
1. Dirt Pudding
Looking for a delectable dessert that’ll transport you back to your childhood with just one bite?
Well, you can’t go wrong with a cup of dirt pudding!
It’s made with layers of vanilla pudding, sweetened cream cheese, and plenty of crumbled Oreos.
The cookies are the “dirt,” and if you add gummy worms, it’s like a real pot of soil.
Make these for Halloween, and the kids will go nuts!
This no-bake wonder is a decadent dish featuring layer upon layer of sweet, chocolatey goodness.
It starts with an Oreo crust. That’s topped with cream cheese, chocolate pudding, and whipped topping.
Oh, and a sprinkle of crushed Oreos for good measure.
But the best part? You can whip up this dessert in just 15 minutes! The hardest part is waiting for it to chill before you can have a slice.
Curb your sweet tooth cravings and indulge in the creamy, dreamy goodness of a no-bake Oreo pie!
It boasts a rich and creamy Oreo filling encased in an Oreo crust. Plus, it’s topped with more crushed cookies for a satisfying crunchy contrast.
It’s basically death by Oreos, and I know you’ll love it.
Forget cake pops – this year is all about crushed cookie truffles! And this Oreo recipe is the perfect place to start.
They’re full of chocolatey flavor and plenty of crunch. And they’re a cinch to make.
You can even use different Oreo flavors to make a variety. For example, I like strawberry or Golden Oreos with white chocolate coating. Yum!
Picture a luscious, velvety cheesecake filling infused with crushed Oreo cookies.
Every spoonful melts in your mouth, leaving a sweet and creamy sensation with a slight crunch.
That’s what you’ll get when you make this no-bake cheesecake!
Top it with whipped cream and mini Oreos for a showstopping presentation.
6. Oreo Fluff
This stuff is so tasty, you’ll want to use it all the time. And luckily, you can!
It makes a terrific cupcake topping or layer cake filling. And it even works well over brownies!
But serve it as a sweet dip at your next party, and it’ll be the talk of the night.
Oh, and did I mention it only calls for five ingredients? Easy peasy!
Traditional trifle features layers of berry jam, creamy custard, chunks of cake, and plenty of whipped cream.
But who says you have to stick to tradition?
Make this stunning Oreo trifle for your next special event, and people might fight over the last spoonful.
Between the cookies, vanilla pudding, and light Cool Whip, it’s impossible to resist.
Icebox cakes are such a fun way to serve something impressive with very little effort.
The filling here is a blend of Nutella, cream cheese, cocoa powder, and Cool Whip.
And when you layer that over Oreos, they become wonderfully soft and cake-like.
Add some bright diced strawberries to the top and dig in!
As I said before, Oreos come in all kinds of flavors. So most of these recipes could easily feature Golden, mint, or pumpkin Oreos.
And since I really love Golden Oreos, I wanted to include one of my favorite recipes.
These bars are like Rice Krispie treats but with cookies instead of cereal!
So they’re chewy and gooey, thanks to the marshmallow, but also crunchy and sweet. Yum!
Nothing beats classic cookies and cream ice cream. It’s the perfect guilty pleasure to cool you off and satisfy your sweet tooth.
The velvety-smooth ice cream melts in your mouth. But there’s also plenty of subtle cookie crunch and chocolate flavor.
And when you make it at home, you can customize the recipe with sprinkles, chocolate chips, or even brownie bites!
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