41 Reviews

Love this recipe! I doubled everything and ended up with a deep 9x13 dish and a deep pie dish. I tried one frozen and one refrigerated. MUCH better refrigerated, I wasn't a fan of frozen pudding because it had weird consistency. Always a hit when I make this, although the nutritional facts are a bit disturbing. I mixed one light cool whip into the regular cool whip and you couldn't even tell the difference. To crush the oreos, I recommend a mini food processor, much easier than smashing with a hammer. And if your cream cheese isn't quite softened, microwave it for 30 seconds - 1 minute and then put it into a Kitchenaid mixer with the confectionary sugar. Try it! You won't be disappointed!

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the1anonlycarol November 25, 2013

I thought this was outstanding. I wanted to cut the fat a bit though. So, I combined the whole 15 oz of crushed cookies with 1/2 cup water and baked at 450 for 20 minutes. After it cooled, I proceeded as directed, ending with sprinkles on top. I think I actually like it better with the softer crust than I would have as written. Regardless, I prefer eliminating 800 fat calories, from the pan! Thanks for a great recipe, definitely will add to my file.

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HeatherHH October 18, 2009

This is my go to recipe for any and all get togethers. Everyone always requests it. Thanks Kittencal for sharing!

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AllergymomX3 November 21, 2013

Please read other reviews for useful comments on the prep of this AWESOME dessert. This dish is THE BEST DESSERT IN THE WORLD , SUPREME RULER OF THE DESSERT UNIVERSE, AND TOTALLY RAD.

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Frankenchef July 05, 2009

A very simple and delicious recipe. I doubled the pudding and definitely will always do that as I enjoy more pudding layer than cream cheese layer. Everyone enjoyed it!

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Chef AngieW August 19, 2014

The whole family loooooooved this pie! I especially loved that it didn't heat up the kitchen. I doubled the cream cheese (but not the sugar) and used two small instant puddings - one chocolate and white chocolate combined. Stretched the oreos into a 9 X 13 pan, layered the cream cheese, then pudding and used whipped cream for a topping. Will make again. Thanks for posting this simple but delicious dessert!

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Tamaretta August 12, 2014

I used greek yogurt cream cheese, fat free half & half, and light butter - and cut into 12 servings instead of 9. Calories down to 448 from original 717 - still not "light", but certainly an improvement and still delicious!

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cdravk1 April 05, 2014

Brought this to Thanksgiving dinner. I left out the entire cup of confectioners sugar and it was still too sweet for our family. Very easy to prepare. Thanks anyway.

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Curlee February 02, 2014

Absolutely delicious, will most definitely make again!

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StephanieNS January 07, 2014

I make this every year for my family at Thanksgiving, and there would be a riot if I did not bring it! We have always called it "Oreo Supreme." It is delicious! I find that it is easier to make all of the components separately and refrigerate them over night. I then assemble the dessert the following morning and it chills until we serve it that evening. I think it might be good to make it with golden oreos and vanilla pudding as well, though I have never tried it.

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Karabea January 08, 2013
Delicious Oreo Refrigerator Cake (No-Bake)