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Easy Oreo Fluff

Oreo fluff is ridiculously rich, creamy, and delicious. The best part is that this no-bake dessert is easy to make! 

If you want a fun way to enjoy Oreos, this is it. It’s a guaranteed crowd-pleaser, perfect for your next party. 

Easy Oreo Fluff featuring Oreo Fluff in a White Bowl Topped with More Oreo Crumbles
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This is the perfect recipe. It only needs four simple ingredients. I’d even wager you have at least one on hand right now. 

And yes, it is beginner-friendly. No cooking or baking is required!

The only thing I would change is the amount. You should double the recipe! I’m telling you, this Oreo fluff won’t last long. 

Oreo Fluff 

Do you want an easy, show-stopping dessert to bring to a BBQ or potluck? Oreo fluff is the answer. It’s so good you WILL lick the bowl.

Oreo fluff blends creamy vanilla pudding, fluffy cream, and crushed Oreos.

Think of it as a vanilla mousse but with bits of Oreos everywhere. It’s like cookies and cream ice cream, but chilled, not frozen.

There are plenty of ways to serve it. You can use it as a dip and serve it alongside fruit slices and cookies.

Or, use it in place of frosting or whipped cream in a cake or trifle. Are you craving a cookie sandwich? Fill two cookies with fluff, and boom.

Or you can do what I do- eat it straight from the bowl with a spoon! 

Oreo Fluff Ingredients- Oreos, Instant Vanilla Pudding Mix, Milk, and Cool Whip- on a White Surface


  • Instant Vanilla Pudding Mix- The base of the dessert. I use vanilla since it’s the one I always have on hand. You can use other flavors, too, like cheesecake or Oreo.
  • Milk- Use whole milk for a thick and creamy fluff. This is not the time to worry about calories!
  • Cool Whip- The key to the fluff’s fluffy factor! You can use homemade whipped cream, too. However, it will deflate quickly.
  • Oreos- This is Oreo fluff, after all! Experiment with flavors by using other variants of Oreos. I imagine Red Velvet, Chocolate, or Strawberry will work well here.

How to Make Oreo Fluff 

Oreo fluff takes minimal prep! The hardest part is waiting.

1. Prepare the pudding. Whisk together the milk and pudding mix. You can use an electric mixer to get a smooth blend.

2. Fold in the Cool Whip. Use a rubber spatula to incorporate the cream into the pudding. Do not overmix, or your fluff will not be fluffy!

3. Crush the Oreos and add them to the mix. Crush the Oreos depending on how fine or chunky you want them. 

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I like mine chunky, so I place the Oreos in a Ziploc bag and whack them. I use a rolling pin- or a meat mallet. 

Gently stir them in the mixture.

4. Cover and refrigerate. I know it’s no fun to wait, but Oreo fluff tastes best the next day. However, if you cannot wait that long, chill it for at least 2 hours.

5. Serve and enjoy! Oreo fluff is perfect alone, but it also works as a dessert dip. Serve it with cookies, graham crackers, and fruit slices.

Spoon in Bowl of Oreo Fluff with Crushed Oreo Topping

Tips for the Best Oreo Fluff

  • Don’t skip the Oreo filling. It’ll add extra sweetness to your fluff!
  • Cookie chunkiness is up to you!  Use a food processor if you like a fine texture. If you prefer chunky pieces, put the Oreos in a Ziploc and crush them with a mallet.
  • Want thick fluff? Use instant pudding. Your Oreo fluff will be runny if you use regular pudding.
  • Don’t overmix the Cool Whip. You want the fluff to be fluffy, so be careful when incorporating the Cool Whip. It will deflate if you overmix it. Use a rubber spatula for this step.
  • Serving suggestions: Serve the fluff as a dip to fruit slices, graham crackers, and cookies.


  • Try a different pudding flavor. Customize your fluff by changing the pudding flavor. Cheesecake, Oreo, or chocolate are fantastic.
  • Looking for an extra decadent fluff? Whisk a few tablespoons of cream cheese in the pudding mixture. 
  • Add fun mix-ins! Try mini marshmallows, crushed candy, malt powder, or chocolate chips for an over-the-top tasty treat. 
  • Change the cookies. Try other Oreo flavors like Mint, Red Velvet, or Peanut Butter. You can also use chocolate chip cookies or your favorite Girl Scout cookies. 
  • Add a textural contrast. Fold in chopped nuts for a nice element of crunch.
  • Make a trifle. Use Oreo fluff instead of whipped cream or pudding when making a trifle.
  • Make sandwich cookies. Fill two cookies with Oreo fluff for a mind-blowing cookie-ception!
  • Low-calorie option. Use Reduced Fat Cool Whip, non-fat milk, and sugar-free pudding.
  • Garnish suggestions: Top it with more crushed Oreos or colorful sprinkles for a pretty presentation.
Big Bowl of Oreo Fluff, Topped with Crushed Oreos and a Bowl of Crushed Oreos Behind to the Right

Make Ahead and Storage Tips

Fluff desserts taste better the next day. I highly recommend making this ahead of time!

To Make Ahead:

Prepare the fluff 1-2 days before serving it. Cover it and refrigerate until you’re ready to serve.

To Store:

Cover and refrigerate the fluff for up to 3 days. The cookies will soften over time, but we all know how exceptional soft Oreos are!

Besides, you can always add more crushed cookies for garnish for that nice crunch. 

Important: Do not freeze Oreo fluff. Its texture will change significantly once thawed.

Easy Oreo Fluff



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  • 2 (3.4-ounce) packages of instant vanilla pudding mix

  • 4 cups milk

  • 2 (8-ounce) containers of Cool Whip

  • 30 Oreo cookies, crushed, or to taste


  • Beat pudding mix and milk with an electric mixer in a large bowl until thick, about 2 minutes.
  • Gently fold in the Cool Whip with a rubber spatula. Mix in crushed Oreos. Cover and refrigerate for at least 2 hours (or overnight).
  • Serve and enjoy!
Oreo Fluff

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Kim - InsanelyGood
Hey there! I'm Kim. I love running, cooking, and curling up with a good book! I share recipes for people who LOVE good food, but want to keep things simple :)

2 thoughts on “Easy Oreo Fluff”

  1. I actually like to freeze it – satisfies my icecream craving. I also use silk soymilk (hate almond milk). Dairy doesn’t agree with me, let’s leave it at that, lol.

    I like to have some Oreos crushed to small pieces and some larger. Then as a topping, crushed Oreo cookies (almost powdered).

    will not use cool whip. once you start making your own whipped cream, you’ll never look back again. I can’t even tolerate the taste of cool whip any more, lol. sure, it’s dairy…but it’s also whipped cream. plus, you can mix it with non dairy cream if necessary.

    I usually freeze it in small containers. That way I can take a couple of bites and put it back in without any concern. plus if I want to eat a whole thing, at least it’s one little container rather than a quart container. A thawing / thawed Oreo Fluff is awful. **shudders**


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