Mar.
15

Oreo Pie

Today started off as a rather normal Saturday morning.  Nothing overly interesting going on… DH running errands for the household… me taking care of some items for our Home Owner’s Association… the kids playing games.  Then around 1pm my quiet easy-going Saturday changed.  I suddenly realized today is March 14th. Yes… 3/14… which is 3.14… that’ s Pi… and suddenly it hit me…. OH NO!!! It’s PIE DAY and I didn’t make a pie  I gotta make a pie… and it’s gotta be a quick one since I’ve already lost the whole morning! I asked the kids and DH what kind of pie they wanted and of course they sang out “Chocolate” in perfect unison as if it’d been rehearsed or something! Sure, they may have wanted chocolate pie but I wanted something more interesting… but still something I knew they’d like.  The solution… a super easy Oreo Pie!  If you’re a fan of Oreo cookies, this pie is tailor-made for you :)

Honestly this is super easy.  Just a mere 5 ingredients… Oreo pie crust, Oreo cookies, cream cheese, whipped cream and sugar.  I think it took me about 20 minutes… including clean up!  And when it was served… well… it made me look like a supastah!

 

Oreo Pie

Adapted from Kraft

Ingredients

1 Oreo Pie Crust

12 Oreo cookies

8oz Cream Cheese, softened

1/3 cup sugar

2 cups whipped cream

 

Directions

In a small bowl, smash up 12 of the Oreo cookies… Set aside.

In a medium bowl using a hand mixer, combine the cream cheese and sugar… Beat until light and fluffy.

Add in the whipped cream and the smashed up Oreo cookies… Then use a rubber spatula and combine gently until well blended and the cookies are distributed throughout.

Spoon into the Oreo pie crust and refrigerate about 2 hours or until firm.

Optional garnish… Cut 4 Oreo cookies in half and place the halves, cut side down, around a dollop of whipped cream placed in the center and dusted with Oreo cookie crumbs

Note: the 2 cups of whipped cream is not the same as whipping cream.  For this recipe the cream should be whipped.  Use either freshly whipped cream or Reddi-Whip or Cool Whip or similar… But the cream is to be whipped, not liquid.

I’ve never cared for Oreos so this dessert was easy for me to resist.  I can tell you my husband and kids absolutely loved it and, no lie, they licked their plates clean!  That’s always a compliment :)  As good as it is right now in winter, I can imagine this would be fantastic as a summertime dessert.  Either way, if you like Oreos, you gotta make it :)

Have a delicious (Pi) day!

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16 Responses to "Oreo Pie"

  1. Elyse says:

    Mmm, I’m a huge Oreo fan. This pie looks right up my alley. Creamy and delicious. I love how quickly it comes together, too!!

  2. Matt says:

    Sometimes quick and easy is even better than slow and difficult! I love the whole idea of this pie: its simplicity, its textures. its crumbled Oreos…

    Beautiful photo. It looks like spring, especially on that cool pastel cake stand!

  3. Such a simple dessert that everyone will love. It’s a great pie recipe for those last minute casual gatherings. Cute story too.

  4. Maria says:

    Great way to celebrate. The pie looks delish! Love the cake stand:)

  5. Maurice Del Taco says:

    I do not understand fully the instructions of this recipe. Please mail me a completed pie.

  6. Jamie says:

    Holy crap, Em…that looks aaaammmmaaazing!

  7. ingrid says:

    Wow, it really doesn’t get easier does it! This would have been one I could resist, too, as I"m not a fan of chocolate but it doesn make me wish I was.
    ~ingrid

  8. pinkstripes says:

    Yum! You can’t go wrong with oreos. your pie looks amazing.

  9. RecipeGirl says:

    I love these easy kinds of treats sometimes. Looks soooo yummy!!

  10. MarthaAndMe says:

    Wow! Amazingly easy and so pretty. Now if I could just do a taste test between this and an ice cream Oreo pie I think I would be in heaven!

  11. Donna says:

    Wow!! Just found you through Monicas blog. This pie would be just PERFECT for my children(and ok me too) I HAVE gotto make it for them. They will love tyou. Nice to meet you. Your blog is fantastic. I have to spend some time here.

  12. Debbie says:

    This looks fantastic – can’t wait to make it!

  13. [...] Oreo Pie: Honestly this is super easy. Just a mere 5 ingredients…Oreo pie crust, Oreo cookies, cream cheese, whipped cream and sugar. I think it took me about 20 minutes…including clean up! And when it was served…well…it made me look like a supastah! Recipe found at The Repressed Pastry Chef. [...]

  14. Michelle says:

    My brother’s 17th birthday is on March 14th and I started the tradition a while back to make him a pie for his Pi-day birthday. Our sister mentioned he loved oreo pie and I am still pretty new at making pie, so I googled “oreo pie” and your recipe popped up! Thought I would mention the funny PI-day connection! :) Looking forward to trying the recipe and the finished product!

  15. Rochelle says:

    Delicious! I did double the filling though to make a mound on top.

  16. Great pie! Made it today with my 8 year old son to bring to his Cub Scout Blue and Gold banquet. It fetched $13 in the pie auction – and it wasn’t even me that bought it! Had to promise that we could make another at home. :)

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