No Bake Strawberries n’ Cream Oreo Pie

I have been all about pies lately, which is only weird because I usually don’t make pies. There are a couple on my old blog, and this is the fourth one for bethcakes. What’s going on? I don’t care. I’m okay with it.


I originally decided to make a pie because there was an Oreo pie crust sitting in my pantry. For some reason I can’t remember, I bought one and it never got used. Which has probably never happened in the history of Oreos and pies.

My mom was at the store one day and I asked her to pick me up some Oreos so I could finally use the pie crust in the pantry. She texted me a picture of some Strawberries n’ Cream Oreos and I was like, Yes. Absolutely, yes.


I think they’re a limited-time kind of deal, so if you want to try them, go get them now! Even if you don’t make a pie with them. I love all the different Oreo flavors they’ve been coming up with recently, and of course, all the seasonal flavors! These Strawberries n’ Cream Oreos are probably my favorite ever. I mean, classic double-stuffed are always the best, but these were a pretty close second.


You can definitely taste the strawberry flavor from these Oreos in this pie, but I decided to swirl some strawberry syrup in there to add even more. This pie is sort of like a chocolate bowl full of creamy, strawberry-swirled, Oreo heaven. It’s one of those pies that’s super easy and fast to make, and you can throw whatever you want into it. It starts with a vanilla pudding mix and Cool Whip, which makes it incredibly easy to customize however you want. You could use a different pudding mix or different Oreos, cookies, or candy bars. So many possibilities!



No Bake Strawberries n’ Cream Oreo Pie
  • 1 store-bought Oreo pie crust
  • 1 (6 serving) package instant vanilla pudding
  • 4 oz (half block) cream cheese, softened
  • 1½ cups milk
  • 2 cups Cool Whip
  • 1 package Strawberries n' Cream Oreos
  • Strawberry syrup (Store-bought, or homemade, jam, preserves, sliced strawberries, etc.)
  1. In a large bowl, combine vanilla pudding mix, cream cheese and milk, and mix well.
  2. Transfer the bowl to the fridge so the pudding can thicken. Meanwhile, crush or chop Oreos into chunks. (I cut each Oreo into about 4 pieces, but you can also crush them in a large zip-top bag with a rolling pin.) Reserve any fine crumbs to sprinkle on the top of the finished pie.
  3. Unwrap Oreo pie crust. Remove pudding from fridge and fold in Cool Whip.
  4. Spoon half of pudding mixture into pie crust. Drizzle with strawberry syrup and sprinkle with half of Oreo chunks.
  5. Top with remaining pudding mixture. Arrange the remaining Oreos on the top. Sprinkle with Oreo crumbs and drizzle with more strawberry syrup.
  6. Freeze for at least one hour, or until firm.
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