When you want a quick treat for the kids or just to satisfy your sweet tooth, whip up this recipe for Oreo Fluff. With just 2 ingredients you can whip it up in no time, and the kids can even help.
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What is Oreo Fluff?
Oreo Fluff is a light, creamy, and not too sweet dessert that can be made in less than 10 minutes. It’s a delightful dessert after a heavy meal or on a hot day. Think Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter, and summertime parties.
Why you’ll love this recipe
- Kids of all ages will enjoy this treat.
- Use a food processor or rolling pin to crush up the sandwich cookies.
- This Oreo fluff recipe is easy enough for kids to help make.
- Whether you call it Oreo Fluff or Cookies and Cream Fluff you’ll call it delicious.
- The total time to make, and clean up, is less than 10 minutes.
What ingredients do I need for Cookies and Cream Fluff?
Cool Whip and Oreos. That’s it. Two ingredients.
How to make No Bake Oreo Fluff
This Oreo fluff recipe couldn’t be easier. With just two ingredients and a few hours of chilling time, you can have it ready for dessert after dinner.
The Cool Whip should be defrosted. Keep it refrigerated until you are ready to make the fluff.
How do you serve Cookies and Cream Fluff?
I chose to use my vintage glass dessert cups for this Oreo fluff dessert. Small ramekins are a good option for serving too. I like to reserve some of the Oreo crumbs to sprinkle on top before serving. Tuck a whole Oreo into the dish for garnish too.
Oreo Fluff could also be used as a garnish for pie or even frosting for a cake. If you do frost a cake with it, you’ll need to keep it refrigerated. I would say this recipe makes enough to frost a 9 x 13-inch cake.
If you want to frost a two-layer cake you may need to double the recipe.
You can also use Oreo Fluff as a dip for Oreos, graham crackers, chocolate chip cookies, and more. It would be a fantastic addition to a dessert charcuterie board.
Tips and Tricks
- To keep messy dishes at a minimum, gently mix the cookie crumbs into the Cool Whip container.
- Fold the cookie crumbs into the Cool Whip rather than vigorously stirring them. You’ll keep the Cool Whip fluffy with gentle motions.
- Make this dessert up to two days in advance.
- If using a rolling pin to crush the sandwich cookies, place them in a gallon zipper bag. Be sure the bag is secure before crushing the cookies.
- There’s no need to remove the cream from the center of the Oreos before crushing.
- For a holiday dessert, use the Oreos with colored cream filling.
- Try making this fluff with other Oreo flavors. Two I think would work well are the chocolate creme Oreos or mint Oreos. If you try either of these flavors or other flavors, share your results in the comments.
- Store Oreo Fluff for up to three days.
More recipes with Oreos
Oreos are one of the most popular store-bought cookies. Oreo Bars start with a mix and are chock full of chocolate goodness. When you don’t want to make a mess in the kitchen and just want to satisfy a craving, Oreo mug cake is super easy. Oreo cheesecake bars are ideal for a summer potluck.
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- 16 chocolate sandwich cookies, coarsely chopped such as Oreos
- 2 cups Cool Whip thawed
- In a medium bowl place the Cool Whip.
- Gently stir in the coarsely chopped Oreos until well blended. Cover and refrigerate for a minimum of 1 hour and up to 24 hours.
- Spoon ½ cup into six serving dishes and serve.