Growing up, Oreos were always a favorite dessert. They’re delicious plain, with a cup of milk, or even as part of a dessert! Their versatility is part of what makes them so great.
Oreos provide such a simple flavor – chocolate cookies stuffed with a delicious crème filling. Yet, they’re highly addictive.
Hello, empty Oreo boxes in my kitchen! Surely, you can relate.
So, how many Oreo desserts are available that you can create at home? Well, there are at least 33 that we’ve compiled. Each dessert offers the perfect sweet treat for you and your family for any occasion.
Now, you can stop searching through Google for a delicious Oreo-based treat and start whipping up a few of them below. Get inspired by some of our favorites. They’re mouthwateringly delicious and will help you satisfy your sweet tooth.
You can never go wrong with anything containing Oreos. Let’s get baking!
This dessert is described perfectly – it’s heavenly. The heavenly oreo dessert is somewhere between a pie and a chocolate trifle. It has layers of Oreos, chocolate pudding, and Cool Whip for the ultimate sweet treat.
You might be surprised to find out that there are also layers of cream cheese in this sweet.
Combined with powdered sugar, it creates a similar taste as cream cheese frosting. You can use whipped cream cheese instead for a lighter, fluffier consistency that still tastes delectable.
These cookie balls are the ideal snack for parties and get-togethers. The cookie balls are bite-sized and only require a few ingredients. When looking for Oreo recipes, this is one of the easiest.
Surprise, surprise. The hard exterior shell is created by using baking chocolate that has been melted. This shell helps keep the oreo cookie balls together and adds extra chocolatey goodness. You can use dark chocolate chips instead if you prefer that flavor.
Tip: During the holiday season, add some small pieces of candy cane for a festive appearance.
Not only does this recipe offer a delicious no-bake Oreo recipe, but you’ll also find tips to make this easy dessert even easier! This creamy, thick Oreo concoction is the perfect movie night treat. You can even pair it with graham crackers as a “dip.”
Whole milk is needed to add to the pudding mixture. This allows the pudding to be created, as it needs some form of liquid.
You can use most milk as a replacement, including 2% or even non-dairy options like coconut milk.
Have you been avoiding making truffles at home because they’re too complicated?
This tasty dessert simplifies truffle making and adds in a yummy Oreo flavor. You can even make a batch or a few batches and gift them to loved ones for the holiday season.
White chocolate is the hidden ingredient in these no-bake Oreo truffles; it helps provide a barrier, adds a pretty color to the outside, and offers a yummy taste.
If you’re not a white chocolate fan, you can use milk chocolate instead. This way, you’ll have a double chocolate Oreo truffle.
Were your favorite pudding flavor cookies and cream growing up? Here’s a way you can combine that taste with delicious, chewy cookies that can’t be beaten!
Oreo cookies and cream pudding is mixed with pieces of Oreos and Hershey’s cookies and cream bars to create chunky, to die for cookies.
Of course, you’re likely not surprised at these cookies having Oreo pieces in them. However, this recipe calls for standard Oreo cookies. You can mix it up by using double stuff Oreos or even golden Oreos if you prefer less chocolate.
Can chocolate chip cookies get any better?! They can if you bake them with Oreos in the middle! It’s truly the best of both worlds, especially since double stuff Oreos are involved!
When baking, unsalted butter is used in many recipes – this dessert is no exception. A favorite swap is using sweet cream butter instead of regular butter. It gives desserts and recipes in general, an extra oomph and decadence.
Tip: Add your cookie dough to the fridge for a few hours before forming it into cookies.
As one of the yummiest Oreo dessert recipes, it will make you want to do a chef’s kiss in appreciation. Plus, you save oil and fat by not frying these bad boys. Now you can feel less guilty about eating these Oreo cookies and cream donuts.
The hidden ingredient that adds flavor to this recipe is vanilla extract.
If you’re familiar with baking, it may not be a huge surprise to you. For a slightly different taste, use Mexican vanilla instead.
If you didn’t think it was possible to make a cake with only two ingredients and with no eggs, we’re here to prove you wrong!
Oh, did we mention this cake is made in the microwave, so you won’t need to preheat that oven? The result is a moist, tasty cake that is perfect for a single person.
The surprising ingredient that brings this recipe together is milk. Yes, you only need Oreos and milk to make the tastiest single-serve cake.
Make this recipe vegan by choosing almond milk instead of regular milk because, yes, Oreos ARE vegan.
This trifle will have you saying OMG with just the first bite! It combines all of the tastiest desserts into one beautiful, layered dessert. Chocolate ganache brings the ultimate decadence to this fantastic, sweet treat.
Part of what makes this dessert so rich is the homemade whipped cream layered between the other desserts.
If you’re trying to cut down on time needed to create this treat, use already prepared whipped cream instead. You’ll have the same taste in less time.
You’ve had blondies before, but have you had golden Oreo stuffed blondies? By making this dessert, you’re elevating your dessert game! Imagine a soft, chewy blondie filled with delicious goodies like crème filling from the cookies.
This recipe calls for white chocolate chips, as you may have guessed from other blondie recipes.
You can make this dessert even more fun by switching these out for butterscotch chips. It will change the flavor slightly but still offer a yummy treat.
Tip: Lightly mark the blondies with a knife before they cool, so you know exactly where to cut.
Raise your hand if you can never get enough pie in your life. This ultimate Oreo pie offers a creamy, rich flavor even though only five ingredients are needed. This is one of the yummiest Oreo dessert ideas that guarantees no leftovers in sight.
How is it so creamy and delicious? The whipped topping is what creates this texture and helps provide a decadent taste.
You can also use coconut cream as a replacement for this – you’ll need to whip it in a bowl with vanilla and sugar first.
These brownies are another fun (and super tasty!) dessert that will leave you in a state of happiness.
Fudgy brownies mix with chunks of Oreos and whole Oreos for the perfect combination. You’ll want to note this down as one of the most delicious recipes on this list.
As with most desserts, this recipe includes granulated sugar as an ingredient. You’ll need a sweetener to tie the dessert together. You can use coconut sugar in a 1:1 ratio if that’s what you have on hand.
Tip: These brownies need to cool before consumption, don’t cut them until they have completely cooled.
You may be wondering what a poke cake is. It’s a baked cake, and then holes are poked all over it to allow pudding to seep into the cake, turning it into a lush dessert. It’s important to use instant pudding as regular pudding mix will not set correctly.
You will be using vanilla pudding in this poke cake recipe. It will need to be mixed with milk and added to the cake in liquid form to soak in.
Try chocolate pudding mix instead for an even more apparent chocolate flavor.
Spruce up standard chocolate chip muffins by adding Oreo to them! This recipe works as a dessert, breakfast pastry, or tasty snack. It’s highly debatable, but this may be one of the top recipes with Oreo inclusions.
What’s the surprise ingredient in these muffins? It’s a vegetable oil – this helps bind the muffins together. For a more flavorful muffin, you can use melted butter instead.
Tip: To ensure your muffins cook evenly, don’t bake two tins of muffins simultaneously.
This recipe is nearly identical to standard cinnamon rolls, except the filling is an Oreo cinnamon combination. Who would have thought cinnamon and Oreos would go together so well?
Something you’ll find that makes this recipe unique is the addition of black cocoa into the filling mixture.
It makes the rolls look more Oreo-like by adding a black color in the center. Of course, you can also use regular cocoa powder though you can expect a brown tint.
Tip: Spread the filling as evenly as possible so the flavor reaches as much of the rolls as possible.
What makes these Oreo cookies stand out? They have three cups, yes, THREE CUPS of Oreo pieces in them. If you’re a real Oreo lover, this is one of the top recipes with Oreos.
Baking soda is a staple for most kitchens – especially when you love desserts.
It helps make these cookies rise to a new level, literally and figuratively. You can also use baking powder as a replacement if you’re fresh out of baking soda.
Tip: Chop or break your Oreos into pieces; you want to have larger chunks in your cookies.
Yes, this recipe has dirt in it, but not the kind that you think! The “dirt” is a combination of pudding, oreo pieces, whipped topping, and milk. This creates the perfect, sinfully delicious Oreo dirt pie.
What makes this recipe even better is the hot fudge added on top. You’ll want to add this last, so it’s still warm when you’re eating your slice.
You can also use chocolate sauce instead, though the consistency will be slightly different.
Searching for the perfect bite-sized desserts that you can take anywhere? These no-bake mini-Oreo cakes are the perfect solution. They’re piped with delicious Oreo-infused frosting and topped with a whole Oreo.
The hidden ingredient is in the filling – it’s sour cream. It gives a slight tang to the recipe to help balance out the sweetness.
You can use Greek yogurt or even mayonnaise as a swap for this.
Tip: These need to be made beforehand as they require 3 hours to set.
If you can believe it, these brownies are even fudgier than the last ones!
The picture alone was enough to motivate us to recreate the recipe in our kitchen. One bite into this dessert, and you’ll be hooked!
This brownie is super chocolatey, probably because it also includes chocolate chunks in the batter. If you want a bolder white chocolate taste, swap it with the chocolate chunks.
This recipe only takes 25 minutes of prep time for an impressive dessert. Plus, the brownies will stay fresh in your fridge for one week.
Did you ever think you would be making your Oreos out of cake mix and cookie dough?
This tasty dessert can’t get any better. Don’t worry; there are no eggs in the cookie dough, so it’s safe to eat.
There are not many desserts you can make without flour – including this one!
You’ll need a few tablespoons for the cookie section. If you have another preferred flour like almond flour or oat flour, you can use that instead.
These recipes keep getting better and better! Yummy Oreo chunks combine with a typical cheesecake flavor into the form of a fun, exciting cookie.
Each cookie is perfectly portioned out with a cookie scooper which helps you keep your kids from fighting over the biggest one.
Cream cheese is what helps add the cheesecake flavor to these cookies. You’ll find it is a usual ingredient in most cheesecakes. Instead of this, you can use mascarpone for a similar taste.
Tip: These cookies are freezer-friendly – both in dough form and when baked. Freeze as needed.
This cobbler is straight out of a dream! It’s somewhere between a molten lava cake, chocolate pudding, and oreo cake. Ooey gooey chocolate melts out of this delightful dessert that is stuffed with Oreo pieces.
You will be using light brown sugar as a sweetener in this case. It helps add a slight caramel taste to the dish. Instead, you can use dark brown sugar for a stronger caramel taste.
Serve this cobbler with ice cream and whipped cream for the ultimate dessert.
Keep your Oreos festive just in time for the holidays with these candy cane Oreos. It’s one of the most delicious recipes using Oreo cookies. Plus, you’ll have them made and ready to go in one minute!
The other ingredient besides Oreo cookies is Hershey’s candy cane kisses.
You’ll be melting these and then dipping the cookies into the chocolates. You can also use white chocolate kisses as an alternative with peppermint flavoring.
Tip: Add a few to a holiday-themed bag for a cute present for your neighbors.
Is it crazy to add so many brownie recipes to one list? Maybe. That won’t stop us from giving you the gift of delicious Oreo brownie combos!
This delicious, sweet treat has a layer of cookie dough next to Oreos, surrounded by brownies. Both the cookie dough and brownies include vanilla extract. You can swap this pricey option with imitation vanilla instead.
Cookie dough Oreo brownies have become a quick favorite during birthdays. They’re perfect for snacks to munch on throughout the event or to eat instead of cake.
Speaking of cake, have you tried Oreo cake balls yet? If not, you’re missing out on these bite-sized desserts to make with Oreos. You’ll find these cake balls similar to the truffle recipe above, with creamier white chocolate covering.
Heavy cream is what makes the outside so decadent. You can use half and half as well, though it won’t be as rich.
Tip: Colored sugar crystals can make these cake balls festive for any occasion. This addition won’t change the flavor much, though it will add some color to the outside.
Here’s a recipe so you can incorporate Oreos into a full-size cake. Recreate this cake when your Oreo-loving friend is having a birthday celebration. The frosting is filled with Oreo pieces for an even more flavorful dessert.
You may be surprised to find out that the frosting includes salt in it. Instead of adding salt and unsalted butter separately, use salted butter.
You’ll get the same flavor and save time on measuring out the salt at the same time.
Macarons are French pastries that are similar to Oreos. They have cookies on the outside and a rich frosting/crème filling on the inside. Because they’re so similar, it only makes sense to combine them.
Macarons are shiny and fluffy due to the egg whites that are used. You can also use store-bought egg whites from the container instead of separating them yourself. This makes it simple to avoid picking out eggshells.
While macarons can be a bit finicky, this recipe offers many tips to avoid common problems.
No-bake pies are the greatest! They make especially good desserts in the summer as you won’t need to have your hot oven running. Though, you can serve this Oreo pie anytime during the year.
Chocolate chips help push this pie to the next level. They’re a key ingredient in the chocolate ganache topping.
For those who forgot to grab chocolate chips at the store, you can use a plain chocolate bar to melt with the heavy cream.
Tip: Turn this into one of the dinner recipes with pecans by adding a nut topping.
Craving ice cream and conveniently have a pack of Oreos in your kitchen? Let’s whip up some Oreo ice cream.
The best part about making this in your home is you get to control the size of the Oreo pieces; we won’t judge you if you add a few extra in while no one is looking.
When making this recipe, you’ll be using double cream as the hidden ingredient. This ingredient can be replaced with milk and butter.
Once you’ve gotten the hang of making ice cream – try making vanilla and chocolate. These pair well with Oreo ice cream.
What is Oreo fluff? It’s a sweet, thick dessert filled with Oreo chunks for flavor and texture. It’s similar to a Jell-O fruit salad – with more of a chocolate base.
Small marshmallows help make this dessert epic. They add some extra texture and chewiness, which turns it into “fluff.” Use large marshmallows in their place; however, you may want to cut them into smaller pieces.
Tip: The Cool Whip needs to be cool, not frozen. It will be too difficult to mix when frozen.
Skip the county fair food by making deep-fried Oreos at home.
This version tastes just like (if not better) than what you’d buy in between carnival rides. Plus, you can cook all of them in less than ten minutes.
Pancake batter is the unexpected food item in this recipe. Instead of using a traditional frying batter, this makes it much easier and faster.
If you want to add extra fiber into your diet – it’s easy to use a wheat or grain version instead.
When is the optimal time to make and eat fudge? We’d like to think it’s all the time. This yummy, three-ingredient fudge recipe is the bomb!
You’ll be using white chocolate chips as part of the fudge. Swap these out with milk chocolate, dark chocolate, or even sugar-free chocolate chips for a different flavor.
This dessert is perfect for after yummy pecan recipes (savory, of course). Chocolate and nuts always pair well together.
Tip: Make mini Oreo fudge bites by using a cupcake tin and allowing them to set in there.
Chocolate and mint have been the ultimate combo for years! Here’s a way to make homemade Oreos with a tasty mint center. Make this during the summer for a refreshing treat.
These cookie sandwiches feature a green center created by the green food coloring. If you don’t enjoy the appearance of green buttercream frosting, swap it for another color.
You can also leave the food coloring out if you prefer, though it does add a fun and bold pop of color to the cookies.
If you weren’t obsessed with Oreos before this recipe list, you would be now! Choose your favorite recipes and try them out.
We’ve already gone through the hard work of putting them in one list for you leaving you extra time to try as many as possible. Let us know which recipes you love!
- package chocolate sandwich cookies
- packages cream cheese
- confectioners' sugar
- package instant vanilla pudding mix
- container frozen whipped topping, thawed
- Smash or pulse the cookies until you have smaller chunks. You’ll need to keep 1 cup of cookies for later. With the remaining cookie pieces, add in melted butter and combine before pressing into a 9x13 pan. Freeze for five minutes until set.
- Combine powdered sugar, cream cheese, and half of the whipped topping. Add it to your pan (over the crust) and use a spatula to evenly spread it. Freeze for another few minutes while working on step three.
- Prepare your instant pudding by mixing it with milk. Spread your pudding over the cake. Add the rest of your whipped topping and garnish with the leftover cookie pieces. Serve this Oreo cake chilled.