Oreo dessert recipes are sooo delightful—with ingredients that either help cut the cookies’ sweetness or enhance their creamy, chocolatey texture and flavor.
As an added bonus, desserts using Oreo cookies stretch that last bag of Oreos you’ve been holding on to.
You get all the rich, decadent flavor of Oreos without eating them a fistful at a time. (Not that I would know.)
So I’m sharing 35 of the best, most gloriously uninhibited list of Oreo cookie recipes that the world has ever seen.
No-bake, three-ingredient, sophisticated, fluffy, creamy, smooth—you name it.
Mousse, icebox cake, mug cake, fudge, truffles, cake balls.
Golden Oreo Blondies.
Oreo Peanut Butter Pie.
Whenever people finish a tasty meal, many love to finish up with a sweet treat, and these recipes are sure to satisfy that longing for a decadent bite. I just can’t keep them in the house.
Having a chocolate sandwich cookie to dip into milk and enjoy or to open up and eat in parts is a fun end to an excellent meal.
There are so many things to make with Oreos that you could make a different one every day for weeks without duplication.
Recipes for Oreo-related desserts range from light desserts like a mousse to gooey desserts like lava cakes and everywhere in between.
Whether your preferred dessert is a parfait, a piece of cake, or a bowl of delectable ice cream with tons of toppings, your sweet tooth is going to be thrilled by the variety of recipes that use Oreo cookies.
The recipes below all include that scrumptious little chocolate cookie with a creamy filling that people know as Oreos OR some of the other flavors made by Oreo (shoutout Carrot Cake and Golden Oreos), and you can even substitute the brand-name with Hydrox or Newman-Os or generic sandwich cookie options.
Oh, the places we’ll go.
Climb all over this list of 35 Gloriously Uninhibited Oreo Dessert Recipes To Stretch That Last Bag Of Your Favorite Oreos! 🙌
If you have trouble finding Oreo cookies wherever you are, there is even a recipe to make chocolate sandwich cookies that are so close to being brand-name Oreos that they are sure to satisfy everyone if you just can’t find the real thing.
So let’s start there!
1. Copycat Oreo Cookies
Oreo cookies are iconic, but it is possible to make a similar chocolate sandwich cookie at home.
The cookie is made like other crunchy cookies: with flour, sugar, butter, salt, vanilla, and egg, plus cocoa powder and unsweetened chocolate to get that dark, crisp cookie.
The filling is made from powdered sugar, butter, and vanilla.
A mug cake is a quick and easy way to finish off a meal.
You just need a microwave oven, a mug, and five simple ingredients: Oreo cookies, baking soda, milk, oil, and chocolate chips.
It only takes one minute in the microwave to cook.
Enjoy this Oreo cookie dessert as is, or add a scoop of ice cream.
Most people think of a different brand when they think about thin mints, but this is one of those Oreo dessert ideas that works beautifully.
To make them thinner, use just one cookie for the center, but a whole Oreo works fine for this recipe if you want to keep the sweet, creamy center.
The outer coating is made from semisweet chocolate melted with mint extract mixed in.
Dip the chocolate cookies into the chocolate mint mixture to coat them and then let them dry at room temperature.
Individual servings of cheesecake are sure to be a win with almost any group of people.
Cream cheese, powdered sugar, vanilla, and whipped cream make the cheesecake base for this dessert.
Crushed Oreo cookies in the bottom of the dish, and mixed with the cheesecake give a cookie crunch that is one of the best parts of Oreo desserts.
Top with a whole Oreo on each slice and some chocolate syrup for a dessert that looks good and tastes great!
When looking for Oreo recipes, you might not expect to come across one for an actual cake – one that isn’t baked.
Icebox cakes are a niche of their own and this one is soft and cakelike without ever meeting a bit of heat.
It has layers of whipped cream (sweetened with the inner filling of the Oreos plus a bit of salt and vanilla, if desired), between layers of Oreo cookies piled up to about two dozen layers in all, with a cherry on top for good measure.
Leave it in the refrigerator overnight to let everything soften up, and the result may surprise you!
These easy-peasy cake balls are a perfect option for parties or holidays.
They are cute and bite-sized and can be decorated to match any decorations or holiday colors.
They have Oreo cookies and cream cheese dipped in white chocolate, with a paper straw or lollipop stick stuck in the top.
The cake pops can be rolled in sprinkles or just have colored sugar sprinkled on the top to add color.
This recipe uses the limited-edition carrot cake Oreo cookies that are only available seasonally, so this is a good Oreo cookie dessert to make around Easter.
Cream cheese, cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, and vanilla extract make the perfect flavor combination.
Sprinkles give them a color pop and make them more festive.
This no-bake cake starts with a cookie crust made from crumbled Oreos.
You can leave the cookies chunky, and it will make a great crust since the filling is smooth.
The filling is made of cream cheese mixed with powdered sugar and whipped cream, topped by pudding mixed with whipped cream, and topped with more cookie bits.
It is best if chilled between layers and kept in the refrigerator.
When thinking about desserts with Oreos, chocolate chip cookies are probably not the first thing most people consider.
Once the dough is mixed, add the crumbled Oreos along with the chocolate chips.
These come out thin and crispy, but you can make them thicker by chilling the dough before baking.
If you like peanut butter cups and recipes with Oreos, you will love this delightful pie!
It has a great Oreo cookie crust, with peanut butter, powdered sugar, butter, and vanilla mixed into a smooth filling, then topped with a chocolate and peanut butter ganache.
It looks something like a huge peanut butter cup and has a mix of textures that is sure to please the palate.
11. Oreo Milkshake
Of all the easy things to make with Oreos, this is arguably one of the easiest!
It is just milk, ice cream, and Oreos, blended until it is the right texture.
Larger cookie pieces can be added after blending or blended a little longer for smaller pieces.
Make them even more special by topping them with a mound of whipped cream, a drizzle of chocolate syrup, and a whole Oreo.
This dessert has delicious layers of Oreo crust, a filling of pumpkin with spices, cream cheese, and pudding, topped with whipped cream and Oreo crumbles.
The original recipe uses vanilla pudding, but a cheesecake pudding would give a stronger cheesecake flavor to the dessert.
Some people might prefer more pumpkin pie spice than is recommended for a stronger pumpkin pie vibe.
Great for kids and Halloween parties, this is one of those recipes using Oreo cookies that is just plain fun.
Crushed Oreos make a fairly convincing rich soil for homemade worms.
The worms are made by putting bendable straws into a tall glass, using a rubber band to keep them together, then filling them with a mixture of prepared gelatin mixed with whipped cream and food coloring.
Or you can just buy a bag full of the sour gummy worms.
Sometimes when you want Oreo desserts, chocolate is not necessarily what you want.
In that case, these are the perfect option!
These decadent blondies have a layer of Golden Oreos in the middle for a delicious surprise in every bite.
This super Simple Oreo Mousse recipe only uses three ingredients: Oreos, heavy cream, and powdered sugar.
The heavy cream and powdered sugar are whipped together and mixed with the crushed Oreos, then chilled for a few hours and topped with a half-Oreo when served.
This layered dessert starts with an Oreo-and-butter crust and is filled with layers of cream cheese fluff and crème de menthe pudding and topped with a chocolate ganache, a drizzle of crème de menthe glaze, and a sprinkle of Lucky Charms marshmallows.
Holy moly. Sign me up.
You can use a single layer of each filling type or repeat the layers two or three times to make it more of a “lasagna” type dessert.
A delectable Oreo crust is the base of this delicious mocha dessert.
The fudgy mocha layer is made from chocolate chips, cream cheese, and instant coffee granules, mixed with coffee whipped cream made using heavy whipping cream, powdered sugar, and instant coffee.
Coffee-lovers may want to add a bit more coffee.
The interior Oreos soften in the fridge, and the whole thing is decadent.
Made with yeast bread dough, these rolls are what to make with Oreos for a delightful twist on cinnamon rolls.
Mixing a few crushed Oreos into the bread dough gives some bonus Oreo taste.
The dough is spread with a filling of butter, sugar, and crumbled cookies, then rolled and sliced into cookies and cream rolls, placed into a pan, and baked after rising.
They are topped with cream cheese frosting and sprinkled with chopped Oreos.
19. Oreo Lava Cakes
A warm chocolate cake with Oreo cookies and cream in the center sounds like a delicious comfort-food Oreo cookie dessert!
The filling uses Oreo pudding mix, but any pudding mixed with Oreos would likely go well as a lava center.
They only take about half an hour from mixing to serving, so they are great for a company treat!
Sweet and salty is a perfect combination for Oreo dessert ideas.
Oreo Cookie Popcorn mixes popcorn and butter with mini marshmallows and Oreo cookies in a “rice cereal treat” sort of way.
The marshmallows and butter are melted together and mixed with the popcorn and Oreo bits to make a delicious, sweet popcorn snack.
21. Oreo Cookie Bark
Starting with the top and bottom layers of fine chocolate and Oreo bits, then adding homemade Oreo filling, this treat looks like a winner!
It can be spread thicker or thinner, but a thicker version will take longer to set up, even in the freezer.
Keeping this in the freezer will make it last longer (maybe!) and offer an extra dimension to a sweet treat, especially in the summer months.
Cookie butter is one of the easy things to make with Oreos, which is also a popular dip or spread.
The filling is separated from the cookies, then you pulverize the crunchy part in a food processor.
Mix with sweetened condensed milk, evaporated milk, and butter, then cookie powder is added until it gets some viscosity.
More cookie powder makes it thicker if desired.
Oreo Cookie Butter can be used as a crepe filling, a substitute in hazelnut spread desserts, as a pretzel dip, or just eaten by the spoonful.
Spread on everything you own.
Layers of graham crackers, brownie mix, Oreo cookies, and marshmallows make up this dessert reminiscent of nights around a campfire.
The last layer of marshmallows is added after the brownies are cooked, then browned under a broiler (carefully, because they brown fast).
These need to be cooled completely before cutting, or else you will have delicious, sticky marshmallow strings everywhere!
24. Oreo Scones
Scones filled with chopped Oreos?
These scones have thin glazing of sugar and corn syrup icing, which adds another layer of deliciousness to the top.
Add some cookie powder on the icing for an extra Oreo boost.
Fluffy baked chocolate donuts topped with cream cheese frosting are the perfect vehicle for crushed Oreos.
The chocolate donut is moist and delicious, and the cream cheese gives that contrast to the sweet that makes them so delectable.
You don’t have to wait too long for these, either, since they only take 20 minutes to make!
26. Walking Oreo Pie
This is what to make with Oreos when you want a no-mess, no-fuss option.
It is based on the idea of walking tacos – putting taco ingredients into a small Fritos bag.
Inside a bag of Oreo mini cookies, add premade vanilla pudding and top with spray whipped cream, and eat!
You probably did not expect to see a diet recipe in this list of Oreo recipes, but here it is!
You can use Oreo Thins if you cannot find the Thin Crisps that are in the ingredient list.
Each finished ball has just 40 calories, so eating one is a great way to satisfy a sweet tooth while working to lose pounds!
28. Oreo Churros
The distinctive look and feel of churros are combined with the chocolatey taste of Oreos in this sweet Mexican-style dessert.
The dip is whipped cream with the filling from the Oreos mixed into it.
The cookie part of the Oreo is powdered and mixed into the churro batter.
Most people think of cobbler as something made with fruit, but Oreos replace the fruit in this recipe.
Like most cobblers, it is best when served with a dollop of vanilla ice cream or cold whipped cream.
It is a rich dessert that will please most Oreo lovers.
A creamy filling of Oreo cheesecake surrounded by flaky pie crust describes this scrumptious hand pie.
These pies fit neatly in your hand but will not stay there long!
A drizzle of chocolate ganache adds some visual delight to the outside of the pie to match the delectable interior.
31. Oreo Pancakes
Dessert for breakfast?
A stack of Oreo Pancakes topped with whipped cream and whatever syrup you like best will satisfy your sweet tooth.
Sprinkle the top with a few more cookie crumbles to add some crunch.
This fudge uses only three ingredients: sweetened condensed milk, white chocolate, and Oreos.
Use the best white chocolate you can find since you will taste it, and the other two ingredients will not cover it up if the chocolate tastes inferior.
Oreo fudge makes a great gift!
Recipes using the popular air fryers vary in both flavor and texture.
This recipe makes a fried Oreo that is less greasy than the deep-fried Oreos.
If you like recipes with Oreos, you will love how easy this one is because it uses canned biscuits for simplicity.
People who follow the Weight Watchers point system will enjoy this delightful Oreo treat.
Using sugar-free pudding, skim milk, fat-free Cool Whip, and reduced-fat Oreos reduces the overall points for this delicious dessert.
Indulge your sweets craving without going over your daily points.
Some people even call this Oreo Fluff Salad, but that could be a bit of a stretch.
Or maybe it isn’t. “Yes, I’m having a salad for lunch today.”
This Homemade Oreo Ice Cream does not require an ice cream maker.
Instead, it uses heavy cream whipped to stiff peaks in a frozen bowl mixed with sweetened condensed milk and chopped Oreos, frozen overnight.
The bottom line
Oreos are wonderfully delicious, aren’t they?
I would say addicting because it’s amazing what kind of damage I can do to one of those one-pound packages of Double Stuf.
Hopefully, you found something in this list of things to make with Oreos that you want to try.
There are so many recipes using Oreo cookies with such a wide variety of flavors that it should be possible for anyone to find a delicious Oreo cookie dessert to enjoy.
Whether you prefer chocolate, mint, vanilla, or a fruit flavor, you can make something with Oreos that will be scrumptious!
Your whole family might enjoy trying a different one of these decadent Oreo dessert recipes after dinner every night!
There are so many different flavors of Oreos that you may just want to experiment with different kinds in all of these recipes!
35 BEST Oreo Dessert Recipe
Stretch that last glorious bag of Oreos you have at home and make one or all of these Oreo Dessert Recipes to please a crowd!
- Copycat Oreo Cookies
- Oreo Mug Cake
- Homemade Thin Mints
- No-Bake Oreo Cheesecake
- No-Bake Oreo Icebox Cake
- Oreo Cake Balls
- Carrot Cake Oreo Truffles
- Oreo Pudding Cake
- Oreo Chocolate Chip Cookies
- Oreo Peanut Butter Pie
- Oreo Milkshake
- Pumpkin Oreo Dessert
- Jelly Worms With Oreo Dirt
- Golden Oreo Blondies
- Simple Oreo Mousse
- Shamrock Shake Cheesecake
- Mocha Oreo No-Bake Dessert
- Cookies And Cream Rolls
- Oreo Lava Cakes
- Oreo Cookie Popcorn
- Oreo Cookie Bark
- Oreo Cookie Butter
- Oreo Scones
- Oreo Cookies And Cream Donuts
- Walking Oreo Pie
- Skinny Oreo Cheesecake Balls
- Oreo Churros
- Oreo Dump Cobbler
- Oreo Cheesecake Hand Pies
- Oreo Pancakes
- Amazing Oreo Fudge
- Air Fryer Biscuit Oreos
- Oreo Fluff (WW-Friendly)
- Homemade Oreo Ice Cream
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