I have the biggest sweet tooth, but making a pie or batch of cookies is sometimes so time consuming. This easy Oreo fluff is a quick fix to any sweet cravings and it’s made in a few minutes. It’s one of my favorite quick and easy no bake Oreo desserts. We especially love this when watching a movie on the weekends or just serve it as a nice light treat by the pool. Just be careful, because you might not be able to to stop eating it!
Just the right size, maybe enough to share. Large desserts are nice for a crowd, but if it’s just you or one more family member, it’s always nice to have a fast an easy dessert to make. You can eat it by the spoon or dip some pretzels or fresh fruit in it. If you want to feed a crowd, just simply make more.
Why You’ll Love Oreo Fluff Recipe
- No Cook – you won’t need to cook a thing with this recipe. All you need is just a hand mixer, blender or immersion blender. It’s one of those recipes that you can’t stop eating, sort of like ice cream where you want to eat the whole bowl.
- Reduced Fat friendly – below you’ll find some reduced fat alternatives to the ingredients in this recipe.
Ingredients For Oreo Dessert
- Heavy Whipping Cream – for a full Oreo Fluff experience use heavy whipping cream or heavy cream. If you want to cut back on some fat you may use 1% milk or even skim milk (it won’t have the same effect, but definitely doable.) Some recipes call for cool whip, but I do prefer to reduce the amount of high fructose syrup as much possible, considering this already has cookies. So I don’t use it.
- Vanilla – adds a sweet aroma to the dessert
- Pudding mix – you may use any pudding mix, but I enjoy the Oreo pudding mix paired with the Oreo cookies
- Oreos – you may use any other cookie as well.
How to Make Cookie Fluff
- In a cup, mix cream, vanilla, and pudding mix.
- Whip in a mixer
- Add topping and serve.
Step by Step Instructions
First, gather your ingredients to make your dessert. Then in a large coffee mug or glass simply add in your whipping cream, vanilla, crushed cookies and oreo pudding mix. Then with a hand mixer, immersion blender or blender and give it a whirl. I would use only one beater if using a hand mixer.
You want to start low and gradually move to high speed when blending. Usually it takes about 1-2 minutes depending on your mixer. It should look like this. It’s so nice and fluffy, it’s kind of like a cream cheese mixture thickness, but a lot lighter.
Finally, you want to add your crushed Oreo crumbs or any other topping choices. I’ve used chocolate chip cookies and other cookie crumbs before! It tastes great.
Cook’s Tips For This Easy Recipe
- You may use nonfat milk or 1 % milk instead of heavy whipping cream. It won’t be the same, but it’s a great alternative. I don’t suggest using almond milk or any other nut milks, it just doesn’t give you the same fluffy texture of this recipe.
- You can switch up the pudding flavor to vanilla, white chocolate or any other flavor that would go with your cookie. I see a peanut butter fluff in my future!
- There are now several sugar free varieties of the ingredients for this fluff to reduce the calories
- Whipping cream whips the best when its cold. This also tastes better when cold.
- I like to add this whipped topping to other desserts too like pie or brownies
- If you like your cookie pieces to be extra fine. Just use a food processor. You may also place cookies in a large ziplock bag and have your kids step on it, or use a rolling pin to crush. I think your kids or you would have more fun with the first option. 😉
- This is also a great dip and some people call it Oreo fluff salad or dessert salad. Just double the portion or even triple to feed a large crowd. Don’t forget to reserve the cookie topping for the day you serve it, so it keeps its crunchy texture.
- How do I make this more calorie friendly?
- You may also use some sugar free varieties of pudding, and I believe there is a reduced fat Oreo variety. I do have to say some folks don’t like the sugar free taste or after taste.
- Can you freeze these?
- No, this is best fresh.
- Can I refrigerate this?
- Yes, you can keep Oreo fluff in the refrigerator for 2 days. That said, the cream will fall and lose some fluff, but all you need to do is rewhip it with a hand mixer again.
- How long can this sit out?
- I wouldn’t leave this out for more than a couple hours, because of the dairy, it it tastes so much better cold.
- Can I make this ahead of time?
- Yes you can, you may however need to refluff it with your hand mixer when ready to serve.
Oreo Fluff Recipe
- 1 cup heavy whipping cream
- 1 tsp vanilla
- 1 tablespoon Oreo pudding mix may sub for vanilla or flavored pudding
- 2 tablespoons crushed Oreos may sub for another cookie flavor
- Combine the cream, vanilla, Oreo pudding mix and crushed Oreos in a large coffee cup.
- Whip with a hand mixer, with only one beater, on high for 1-2 minutes. Start on low and gradually move to high speed.
- Once thoroughly whipped and fluffy, top with crushed Oreos and enjoy!
* Can sub any cookie
* Can use blender or immersion blender in place of hand mixer
* Best fresh but can be kept in fridge for 2 days (the cream will fall but you can simply rewhip it in the cup with hand mixer) in
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