Oreo Delight with Chocolate Pudding

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Oreo delight, such a great summer time dessert. It is so fluffy and delicious.
Oreo Delight with Chocolate Pudding

I read an funny article in local paper the other day that said, “The Way You Eat Your Oreo Says Something About You.”  According to a survey of over 2000 Oreo lovers, psychologists, and food writers apparently there are three types of Oreo lovers.

Dunkers tend to be energetic, adventurous, and extremely social. 87% of dunkers say milk is their liquid of choice for dunking. Twisters — tend to be emotional, sensitive, artistic, and trendy. Biters are easy going, self-confident, and optimistic. The survey also discovered that more women tend to be dunkers while men tend to be biters. And, Democrats tend to twist, Republicans tend to dunk!

Oreo Delight with Chocolate Pudding

And What about me ??   (I tend to be in first two types) – Twist Oreo apart,  eat the side without the icing and drink milk. Then I lick off the icing and drink more milk, and then I eat the last part and finish my cup of milk. I personally think it makes the Oreo last longer ‘cause you get two cookies.

So How Do You Eat Your Oreos? Twist Apart? Dunk in Milk? or Bite Right In? I would like to hear from you, don’t hesitate to comment.

OK, Let’s Get Back to the today recipe, Can i suggest you yet another delicious way to Eat Your Oreo,….Or should I say HEAVEN!? This is one of those desserts you can eat half the pan before you even realize it, so watch out.

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Oreo Delight with Chocolate Pudding
 
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Recipe type: Dessert
Ingredients
  • 1 pkg of regular Oreos
  • 8 oz cream cheese, softened
  • 1 large (5.9-ounce) pkg chocolate instant pudding
  • 6 tbsp melted butter
  • 16 oz cool whips
  • 1 cup confectioners/powdered sugar
  • 2¾ cup milk
Instructions
  1. Crush the whole package of cookies either with a food processor, or take out your frustrations and do with a rolling pin.
  2. Save about 1 cup to sprinkle on top of dessert when it's done.
  3. In a small bowl mix remaining crumbs with melted butter.
  4. Press Oreo crumbs/butter mixture into bottom of 9X13 pan to form a crust.
  5. Make chocolate pudding according to package directions and let it setup in the fridge.
  6. Using electric mixer, mix half of Cool Whip, softened cream cheese, and confectioners sugar in a large bowl.
  7. Spread the Cool Whip/cream cheese/sugar mixture on top of the oreo crust.
  8. Spread the pudding over the previous layer, then your remaining half of cool whip on top.
  9. Sprinkle with reserved Oreo crumbs on top.
  10. Refrigerate until ready to serve.
  11. Enjoy!


42 thoughts on “Oreo Delight with Chocolate Pudding

    1. Debbie

      It is the same exact thing as chocolate lasagna, but I put mini chocolate chip on top and don’t use powder sugar in cream cheese mixture

      Reply
  1. Teri C Palacioz

    This sounds so good, especially being a chocoholic. I make something similar to yours. Instead of oreo crust I make a brownie on the bottom, the other 3 layers are the same except I put chocolate shavings on top. Will certainly try your version. Thank You!

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    1. Dan Post author

      Hi Kimberly,
      2 3/4 cup of milk is used for making the pudding.
      I’m sorry for the late response and I hope your cake turned out well !

      Reply
  6. layla

    I carefully pull the cookie apart and eat the side with the creme and then the other side plain. If i decide to dunk i just put a few in a bowl and pour some milk on them. :D
    the recipe looks and sounds great. I have been making my own version before seeing this recipe. cooked chocolate pudding cold, dream whip topping and crushed up oreos, i just dump the crumbs in the bottom of a container, add a layer of pudding, then more crumbs, the rest of the pudding and then cover with dream whip. its my awesome 3 day chocolate binge hehe :D i will try this recipe thank you

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    1. Dan Post author

      Hi Pat,
      Recipe calls for 1 large (5.9-ounce) pkg chocolate instant pudding.
      Perhaps these “country looking style” fonts are sometimes little bit difficult for read, so sorry about that.
      Lastly, It’s sooo easy and yummy and I hope you enjoy it!

      Reply
    1. Dan Post author

      SURE !!! It’s best if it chills at least 3 hours, but I think it’s better overnight or next day !!
      Please remember to keep chilled and serve chilled, otherwise it will just melt apart.

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    1. Dan Post author

      Hi Elizabeth,
      No, there is no need to remove the cream, you can crush it all together.
      It works really well to crush them in a food processor too.

      Reply
  10. jackie

    I made this and it was very good. the next time I make it I will double the oreo crust as I found that the crust was not thick enough

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  11. Peggy

    I’m making this tonight for an event tomorrow. One way I made it quicker is after I crushed the Oreos in the food processor, I removed the cup of cookies for,the top. Then I just added the melted butter to the remaining cookies crumbs in the food processor & gave it a few pulses to blend. One less bowl to clean up! Also, I don’t think half of a regular size cool whip is enough for,the top layer. It didn’t cover the whole top. So, I’m going to buy another cool whip & spread another half on top. Next time, I will buy the bigger size cool,whip & only use the equivalent of half a regular size for,the cheesecake layer … Maybe about a third. Then there should be enough cool,whip to make,the top nice & full. It looks so yummy! Can’t wait to serve it to my friends tomorrow.

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  12. Peggy

    After I retread the recipe, I see it calls for 16 oz cool whip not 8. My mistake. Even with my mistake, I think it will still be very yummy!

    Reply
  13. Jodi

    Hmm-never thought of an Oreo being particularly political before – but I am a twister and surprisingly enough I AM a Democrat! LOL! Dessert looks good – definitely going to make one soon!

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  15. Amanda Wilson

    Can’t wait to try this one!!!
    My family and I (4 kids amd hubby) put out Oreos in a cup of milk and use a spoon to eat the Oreos. Then wash it down with the milk :-)

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  16. Christina

    I just made this. I had a hard time spreading the cream cheese mixture over the crust. There wasn’t enough to fill the pan and the crust kept coming up. I hope it taste better than it looks.

    Reply
  17. Mariam

    Sounds mouthwatering! Can anyone please tell me if I can freeze this dessert ahead of time? I am going to make it tonight for a party. Quick response needed please..

    Reply
  18. Olga

    Wow this looks so so good.
    I love chocolate and oreo so are my favorite cookies.
    Olga.

    Pd: I have a cooking blog in Spanish with Google translation in many languages.
    Hope you liked.

    Reply
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