Chocolate Oreo Pudding Pie


My dear dear readers,

May I present to you, the [current] love of my life.

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Isn’t he beautiful? Sigh.

I love making this pie because it is the easiest pie to make and it’s amazingly delicious! I’m fairly certain that no one can mess this up; it’ll take about 10 minutes to make, and your guests (if you decide to share, that is) will devour it.

It has three layers of chocolate-y, Oreo-y goodness, not to mention the Oreo pie crust.

Here’s the recipe!

Yield: Approx 10 servings

Ingredients:

  • 1 pkg Oreos
  • 2 cups milk
  • 2- 3.9 oz pkgs instant chocolate pudding mix (I use Jell-O brand)
  • 8 oz Cool Whip
  • 1 Pre-made Oreo pie crust

Directions:

In a large bowl, whisk the chocolate pudding mix and milk until mixture becomes thick. Spread half of the pudding onto the bottom of the pie crust for the first layer.

In the same bowl, add half of the container of Cool Whip into the pudding, and stir. Once the mixture is even, spread all of it onto the pie crust, for the second layer of the pie.

In a bowl, break all of the Oreos, into large pieces, by hand, except for 5-7 to be used for decorating. (If you don’t want to place whole Oreos on top to decorate, use all of the Oreos in this step.) I personally find that it is best if the pieces are not crushed into very small pieces because I like the texture of the large chunks. Combine the broken Oreos with the remaining Cool Whip. Spread the mixture onto the pie crust as the third and final layer of the pie.

Cover and refrigerate for 4 hours or until firm. Garnish with more Oreos.

Love, 

 F. 

Altered recipe from: Back of Jell-o Chocolate pudding box (haha)

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