Oreo Dirt Pie


Oreo Dirt Pie

Our Oreo dirt pudding is made with cream cheese and whipped topping for an elegant twist on this childhood classic!

Oreo Dirt Pie
Oreo Dirt Pie

If you like Oreos, vanilla pudding, and whipped topping, then you won't be able to get enough of this easy no-bake dessert recipe. This crazy recipe may resemble mud, but it tastes nothing like it. Oreo Dirt Pie is a creamy no-bake dessert that is not only delicious, but also fun for kids. Quick and easy, it might become one of your favorite pie recipes. For a fun and festive flair, add gummy worms and a fake flower to make it look like you're serving this yummy dessert right out of a flower pot!

You might remember this charming little recipe from a birthday party you attended as a child. They've been around for a very long time! Make this cute Oreo Dirt Cups for the kids or serve them to adults. We love making dirty cups out of mason jars, because they're cute and eco-friendly. It's super easy to make individual dirt pudding cups.




  • 1 (14-1/2-ounce) bag original Oreos
  • 3 cups cold milk
  • 2 3.4-ounce packages instant vanilla pudding mix
  • 8 ounces cream cheese, softened
  • 1/2 cup butter, softened
  • 1 cup powdered sugar
  • 2 cups frozen whipped topping, thawed

Oreo Dirt Pie Recipe


  1. In two batches, grind cookies in a food processor until the mixture resembles garden soil. In a large bowl, beat milk and pudding mix for 2 minutes, then set aside.

  2. In another large bowl, beat cream cheese, butter, and powdered sugar until smooth and creamy, about 3 minutes. Fold in the pudding mixture and then fold in the whipped topping.

  3. Using a deep 3-quart straight-sided bowl or a clean unused garden pot, begin by layering 1/3 of the ground Oreos topped by 1/2 of the pudding mixture, more Oreos, remaining pudding mixture and finally the last of the Oreos. Decorate as desired with gummy worms and flowers to resemble a garden scene.

  4. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate several hours or overnight.

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I never had this so this will be a new treat for me to make! Looking forward to it as I have a trifle dish! They also have Mint and Coconut Oreos that should be a nice spin-off for this Recipe too?

Oreos have to be my favorite type of dessert ever. Any dessert with Oreos in it is sure to make me a very happy girl. This really brings me back to ooold daycare memories eating Oreo dirt!

SO CUTE! And delicious. Dirt pie is one of my favorite desserts ever

What a wonderfully fun and creative idea...and who doesn't love Oreos right? I'm thinking for me I'll leave out the gummy worms and foliage...but the trifle is no doubt going on my to do list. For the dirt part, is the cream inside the Oreo ground up as well as the cookie...I assume yes, but just want to be sure. You know, I'm thinking this would be a cute idea for individual parfaits.

It's been a long time since I've had dirt cake, but I still enjoyed this dessert! It's a classic for any little kid's birthday party.

This dessert brought me back to summer camp days, and it was just as good as I remember! Anything with Oreos is a hit in my book.

I don't think I've had dirt cake since I was a girl scout, but I wasn't disappointed! The texture was light and fluffy. With the gummy worms, it's great for kids, but could also work as a dessert for an elegant, grown-up party if served in nice dessert cups or topped with fresh raspberries.

This is a fun dessert for a kid's party! It is looks adorable and tastes even better. Love the Oreo/pudding combination.

I LOVE Oreos! That's actually an understatement, so this dessert was definitely tasty!

Definitely a winner. I think this would be really cute for a kid's birthday party.

Yum! This was a great dirt recipe! It had just the right balance of vanilla pudding mixture to Oreo's.

Yum Yum Yum! I loved this dirt pie! The gummies on top added a fun touch.

With the ingredient list, there's no way this isn't a home run. It's super delicious and creamy, and agreed with the other commenters that the vanilla pudding is a great thing!

This dessert is everything I needed in my life. Next time, I'll do a layer of chocolate pudding, though!

I usually don't like pudding desserts, but this was really good! I liked the fact that it uses vanilla puddingchocolate on chocolate can be too much, so the vanilla here was very refreshing.

The version I remember from my childhood used chocolate pudding, but I think I actually like the vanilla version better. Yum!


I mean... it's vanilla pudding and Oreo. There's really no way to make those two taste bad. The fact that it's no-bake is really the cherry on top. Speaking of which, cherries would be good on this.

I've concluded... Cool Whip makes all desserts taste great! The oreos don't hurt either. Delicious!

This was really good! I think next time I'll add more Oreo crumbs. You can never have too much!

A different take on a childhood favorite of mine. I actually like the vanilla pudding instead of all chocolate. Yum!

You can't go wrong with Oreos and pudding... and the cream cheese just makes it even tastier! Perfect party dessert.

I prefer my dirt cake to be made with chocolate pudding, but this was pretty good! I'm glad I tried it, but I'll go back to chocolate next time.

This was AMAZING. I want to eat this everyday. Seriously, it was so good!

I have made this many times. It is so good! I make it a day ahead, it is better after sitting a day.


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