Today we are making this delicious Cookies and Cream Pie. Also make sure to watch the video where I show you exactly how easy it is to make this Oreo Pie!
I made this pie exactly two years ago for the blog, and today I am revamping this recipe with some fresh pictures and the video showing you how to make it.
This Cookies and Cream Pie is made with an Oreo cookie crust, filled with a no-bake filling. Then, we top the pie with some ganache, whipped cream, and some more Oreos.
The first time I made this pie, I used homemade Oreos, however this time I went with store-bought ones!
Just to remind you, this can be a no bake Cookies and Cream pie. I like to bake my Oreo crust, though, because it does help the crust to crumble less.
The crust is simply crushed Oreos mixed with melted butter (you could sub melted coconut oil too, if you want).
Either way, after crushing your Oreos and mixing them with melted butter, press the mixture on the bottom and sides of a tart or pie pan. I like those with the removable bottoms like this one.
After pressing your crust down, you can either bake it, or just freeze it for 30 to 40 minutes.
The reason why I like to bake it slightly for about 10 minutes or so, is because it makes the crust crumble less.
This step is not necessary. You can make this a 100% no bake pie, by simply putting the crust in the freezer while you prepare the ingredients for the filling.
Cookies and Cream Filling
The filling is made of: cream cheese, yogurt, white chocolate and some whipped cream! Seriously so easy to put together and out of this world delicious!
And to top off the deliciousness, check out this chocolate ganache pour.
After all is said and done, we top the pie with some whipped cream and more oreo cookies!
This Oreo Pie is seriously so delicious, guys! And make sure to watch the video, where you can see how actually easy it is to make. The video is located on this page, or on my Youtube channel.
Check out the photo below, it’s from the first time I made this pie, using the homemade Oreos I told you about.
If you like this recipe, make sure to check out some more of my Oreo desserts:
Or here are some more pies you might enjoy:
- Pistachio Pie (also with an Oreo crust)
- Chocolate Tart dough (which you can use instead of the Oreo crust)
- Blueberry Cheesecake Pie
- Chocolate Cheesecake Pie
- Chocolate and Dulce de Leche Pie
- Creme Brûlée Pie
- Chocolate Meringue Pie
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Cookies and Cream Pie
Cookies and Cream Pie, or Oreo Pie. The crust can be baked or simply frozen, or you can use store-bought. The filling is super easy and no-bake! This pie is delicious and creamy!
melted (56 grams, 1.98 oz)
(250 grams, 8.8 oz)
Cookies and Cream Filling
white chocolate chips or chopped white chocolate
(170 grams, 6 oz)
softened (226 grams, 1 cup)
(125 grams, 4.4 oz)
or sour cream (125 grams, 4.4 oz)
dark or semi-sweet chocolate
chopped finely (85 grams, 1/2 cup)
Mix oreo crumbs and melted butter in a bowl. Now, you have two options, you can make this a 100% no bake pie by sticking the crust in the freezer while you prepare the filling. Or you can pre-heat the oven to 350F and bake the crust for about 4 minutes, just to set it. Baking the crust will ensure that it crumbles less when you cut the pie, but it’s not a necessary step.
Press the mixture on the bottom and sides of a tart pan with removable bottom.
Now, you have two options, you can make this a 100% no bake pie by sticking the crust in the freezer for at least 40 minutes. Or you can pre-heat the oven to 350ºF and bake the crust for about 10 minutes, just to set it. Baking the crust will ensure that it crumbles less when you cut the pie, but it’s not a necessary step.
Cookies and Cream Filling
Melt the white chocolate and set aside to cool slightly.
Beat the 1/2 cup of heavy cream at high speed until stiff peaks form. Set aside.
Beat the cream cheese at medium-high speed for a couple of minutes, until smooth. Add the powdered sugar and beat for a minute.
Add the yogurt and mix to combine.
Add the vanilla extract, and the melted and cooled white chocolate to the mixture. Mix until combined.
Add the whipped cream and chopped Oreos to the mixture and fold until combined.
Pour the filling onto the bottom of the prepared crust.
Place it in the fridge until set, for 4-6 hours.
While the pie sets, you can make the ganache. Bring the heavy cream to almost a boil in a small sauce pan or microwave it in a microwave safe bowl for a 30 seconds at a time, until hot.
Pour the hot cream over the chocolate. Let it stand for 30 seconds. Stir until the chocolate is melted.
Sometimes you might have to stick your bowl in the microwave and microwave it slightly to help the chocolate melt. That’s why it’s important to have the chocolate chopped very finely so it melts easy and evenly. If you do need to place the bowl in the microwave, make sure to do at 10 second intervals and always stir in between.
Let the ganache come to room temperature for at least 30 minutes.
Pour the ganache over the set filling and place it in the refrigerator for about 30 min.
Whip the 1/2 cup of heavy cream and vanilla until stiff peaks form. Put it in a piping bag fitted with a tip of your choice. Pipe the whipped cream on top of the set ganache to decorate. Top with some more Oreos if you desire.
Crust: By not baking the crust, and choosing to place it in the freezer instead, it might make the crust a bit more crumbly, which will still be fine. But if you want a sturdy crust, that won’t crumble as much, make sure to briefly bake it, and then let it cool down before filling it.
White chocolate: Please make sure to use good quality white chocolate, with at least 20% of cocoa butter. Most store bought white chocolate chips aren’t real white chocolate, and don’t contain 20% of cocoa butter. Go for the white chocolate baking bars, or buy some good white chocolate chips online, I use Callebaut, which has 28% cocoa butter.
Cream cheese: Also make sure the cream cheese is full fat.
Yogurt: Go for full fat yogurt, I like to use Greek vanilla bean yogurt. You can also use sour cream.
I loved Oreos as a kid and it’s something I’ve never really grown out of. If I saw this cake, I would simply have to take a slice! Mmmm.
And you would love it too! Thanks, Kacie!
Lynn | The Road to Honey
I was never really into Oreos growing up but something about a homemade Oreo sounds Mmmmm! Mmmm! Good!. And regardless of whether or not I like Oreos, I have always been up for a dessert that celebrates them. Take for example this pie. It looks incredibly dreamy.
This looks amazeballs!! I’m just going to be over here drooling and dreaming of this!
Thank you, Casey!
I am a secret oreo eater. I hide them in the pantry so the kids can’t find them 😉
So this is screaming…MAKE ME ….MAKE ME….
Pinning for a time very soon!
haha thanks Claire!!
Wow now THAT’S A DESSERT!! My kids will absolutely freak out over this!! <3
Cathleen @ A Taste of Madness
How about an Oreo AND a peanut butter binge! I would totally be down for that! This pie looks so good,I think I would keep it for myself instead of bringing it to work 😉
haha best binge suggestion ever!
that cake looks just heavenly and your photos make the dessert pop so much!
This looks amazing! I know what I’m requesting for my Mother’s Day dessert.
Good one!! Thanks, Mary!!
What an amazing pie! I love cookies and cream and this pie looks so decadent and would make a perfect birthday cake too!
Right, for an oreo fan, for sure!! Thank you!!
My kids just love OREOs so I ma sure this cake would be successful with my family. Thanks for the great idea!
O my, this just looks perfect. Have to try it.
Okay, this pie has my name written all over it! I absolutely love Oreos (I’m on a diet though :'( ) and I can’t wait to try this pie. Is it okay if I just cheat on my diet a little bit for this divine pie? I think so! 😀 w
Haha it’s all about balance. One day you have pie, the next day you have salad… and so forth!
Looks so yummy and mouthwatering to look.Definitely trying this dessert. We love our cookies and cream ice cream and now I can make cookies and cream pie! excited to try this.
Oh man! This looks so good! You are so talented!
Lisa, that’s so kind of you to say!
This Oreo crust sounds yum and I love the whole idea of an Oreo pie , drooling at the look.
I want to make allllll your oreo recipes, haha!! They all look so good and we love oreos!
Omg me too! They are the best!!
Can I make this the night before ?
You for sure can!! It will keep for 2-3 days in the fridge!
if I have a 10 inches diameter cake pan, how many people should I refer to ?
You mean how many servings? Same amount of servings, you may need more crust, or your crust may be more on the thinner side, and might break.
What an amazing cake Camila! I love oreos so this is pure genius.
Hello. I would like to make this for Mothers day. Unfortunately, I have to drive 2 1/2 hours to my destination. Do you think I could freeze it after its completed?
Yes for sure!!!
Thank you! I will try it out and let you know how it goes!
I made the oreo pie for my kids and I think it was amazing,
Just a bit of work as many steps and kids in between (and was doing at the same time the no bake pistachio pie for me , which I also highly recommend).
So if you really want to enjoy it start early morning as at 10 p,m my kids ended up asking for the pie I had done, jaja.
Yay! I am so happy you liked them!!! Thank you for reporting back 🙂
Can you make this recipe into mini pies?
Yes for sure!!
What size tart pan?
this was a deep 8″, it will work for a 9″ also.
I made this a few months ago for a friend’s birthday and it was excellent! It’s not too challenging/time consuming but looks so pretty and tasted amazing. Highly recommend for the Oreo lover in your life! 😊
Delicioso 😋 😋 😋 😋 😋 adoro as suas receitas! São maravilhosas!!