Oreo fluff is rich and creamy while being so easy to make. With just 4 ingredients, this no bake treat comes together fast for the best recipe. Creamy pudding, whipped topping and cookies make this dessert heavenly.
What is Oreo Fluff?
Oreo Fluff is a delicious blend of Oreo cookies, pudding, whipped cream and more all combined for a fluffy mixture everyone will love.
It looks and tastes like a mousse. You can eat it by the bowl. This is a family favorite and we definitely can eat it by the bowl.
My kids call it Oreo pudding. It is always a crowd favorite.
Oreo Fluff is also great served as a dip with fruit or graham crackers. Either way it is absolutely amazing.
- Instant vanilla pudding – Vanilla is great but you can also use cheesecake flavor for a different flavor. It reminds me of Oreo Cheesecake.
- Milk – Whole milk will give the fluff the richest flavor.
- Cool whip – We used regular cool whip but light would work as well.
- Oreo cookies – These are crushed in the recipe. Regular oreo cookies work best. I wouldn’t use double stuffed.
How to make oreo fluff
- First, get out a medium mixing bowl. Add the pudding and milk to the bowl. Mix together with a hand mixer for 2 minutes until it starts to thicken.
- Once the pudding mixture is combined, add the whipped cream. This needs to be folded in by hand and not with the electric mixer. Then add the oreo cookies and stir again.
- Put the lid on the bowl or use plastic wrap if it does not have a lid. It needs to refrigerate for at least an hour. Then top with the remaining crushed Oreos.
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Store in the fridge up to 3 days. Just make sure to properly cover or use an airtight container.
Can you freeze Easy Oreo Fluff recipe?
This recipe is not recommended for the freezer. This recipe does not freeze well and the consistency will change.
It is so easy to make this no bake dessert and takes just minutes. You can easily make this very quickly on the day you need it.
Variations for Oreo fluff:
- Oreo Cookies – We used plain Oreo cookies but any type of oreo flavors will work. Some ideas include: Golden Oreo, Birthday, Red Velvet and Peanut Butter.
- Pudding Mix – Substitute chocolate or cheesecake pudding for the vanilla pudding. Chocolate lovers will go crazy over the extra chocolate.
- Marshmallows – Toss in a handful of mini marshmallows in the pudding mixture. Make sure to combine this by hand and not with the electric mixer.
- Cream Cheese – You can add a few tablespoons of cream cheese in the pudding mixture and blend until smooth. This will give it a richer texture more like dirt cake.
- Instant pudding needs to be used in this recipe. Regular pudding will not set and make the fluff runny.
- Make sure to fold in the oreo cookies and cool whip by hand. Don’t use the mixer for these ingredients.
- This is optional but it would be cute to garnish with a few mini oreo cookies.
- Do not crush the Oreo cookies too finely. You want them to be in larger pieces. I normally put them inside a ziploc bag and crush with a rolling pin. It is best to do this by hand and not in a food processor because you don’t want the cookies too fine.
- If you are serving this dessert salad for baby showers or holidays, you can add a few drops of food coloring. Green would be fun for St. Patrick’s Day or pink for a baby shower.
Low Calorie option:
If you are trying to reduce calories, use light cool whip, skim milk and sugar free pudding. Serve this oreo dessert with fruit for a lighter option.
Serving ideas for oreo fluff dessert:
- Serve this in small bowls and enjoy as a mousse dessert.
- Oreo fluff is great for dipping. Try apple slices, strawberries, Oreo cookies, graham crackers and animal crackers.
Print this Oreo fluff recipe:
- 3.4 ounce instant vanilla pudding
- 1 1/2 cups milk
- 1 8 ounce container cool whip thawed
- 30 Oreo cookies crushed
- In a medium sized bowl add the pudding and milk and mix with a hand mixer for 2 minutes until it is thickened.
- Hand stir in the cool whip, then mix most of the oreos.
- Cover and refrigerate for at least an hour. Top with the remaining crushed Oreos
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