I’m sure you all have had the classic Oreo dessert… and I’m sure most of you have had Oreo truffles before. Just imagine combining the two and BAM! I give you Oreo truffle pie. Okay… I know it’s hard to imagine so just go to the store and buy yourself the ingredients to make this right now! Trust me, you will not be sorry.
My boyfriend was drooling over this as I was in the kitchen making it. He actually wanted to “help” make it but I think he even knew he wouldn’t be able to resist tasting it. He always gets all worked up when I’m about to take pictures of my food because he wants to eat everything. The rule is: “You can only eat the only ones”. Simple and understandable rule but yet he always goes for the best looking. I’m not sure if he’s playing dumb or if in his eyes food isn’t ugly. Either way, next time I’m using sticky notes to let him know which ones he’s allowed to taste test.
Back to the Oreo Truffle Pie… this 5 layer beauty is easy to whip up but will taste like it took you all day to make. Perfect for when you’re trying to impress a new man in your life… am I right? I used a vanilla pudding in my pie but you could also use chocolate if you’re a chocolate lover. I am far from a chocolate lover so this was the perfect mix for me. The truffles add a nice texture to the pie. You take a bite and there’s a crunch, a softness and a chewiness so basically it’s HEAVEN! 🙂
- 12 double stuff Oreos, crushed
- 4 tbs. butter, melted
- 4 oz. cream cheese, softened
- 1/2 cup powdered sugar
- 1/2 8oz. container Cool Whip
- 1 small instant vanilla pudding (or chocolate, I used vanilla)
- 1 and 1/2 cups milk
- 15 double stuff Oreos, crushed
- 4 oz. cream cheese
- 1/2 8oz. Cool Whip
- 3 double stuff Oreos, crushed
- Mix melted butter and crushed Oreos with a fork in a 9 inch pie pan. Evenly press the crust down until it's tightly packed. Place in refrigerator until next layers topping is made.
- Mix together the softened cream cheese, powdered sugar and Cool Whip with a handheld mixer or food processor. Spread over the Oreo crust layer and place back in refrigerator.
- Mix together your pudding mix and milk until it becomes nice and thick. Spread evenly over the cream cheese layer and again place back in the refrigerator.
- In a food processor make your truffle dough by first crushing the Oreos and then blending in the cream cheese. Refrigerate the "dough" (so it's easier to form into small balls) for approximately 30 minutes. Once chilled roll into teaspoon sized balls. Place balls evenly overtop the pudding layer.
- Spread remaining Cool Whip over top the truffles and sprinkle with remaining crushed Oreos. Refrigerate for 1 hour and enjoy!