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Oreo Fluff still stands as one of my all-time favorite desserts. It is incredibly easy to make and a total crowd-pleasing recipe. It’s also one of those great make-ahead recipes that you can whip up ahead of time and stash in the fridge.
“This is my daughter’s favorite recipe. She asks for it almost weekly. I love how easy it is to make too. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️” – Josie
If you’ve been around Thriving Home long, you know we tend to stick to real food recipes. This is not the case today, my friends. #sorrynotsorry
Everything in moderation, people. Same goes for our Chocolate Covered Oreos.
What is Oreo Fluff?
Oreo fluff is kind of what it sounds like. You’ll find crumbled-up Oreos swimming around in a heavenly mix of pudding and homemade whipped cream. I have yet to meet a person who doesn’t like this dessert.
As promised, the ingredients are very simple!
- Oreos – Yes you can use off-brand.
- Vanilla Pudding
- Whipped cream – make your own or use store-bought.
Guys. That’s it. I’m serious.
- Use chocolate pudding. Or even cheesecake would be good.
- Add mini Marshmallows to the mix.
- Mix some mini Reeses peanut butter cups.
- Change up the Oreos used. They have all sorts of flavors you could play with.
How to Make Oreo Fluff
Make the Pudding
Follow the directions on the box of pudding. I do this step first because you usually have to refrigerate it for it to solidify.
Make the Whipped Cream
Because making your own whipped cream is SO easy, I almost always do this.
To make the whipped cream, use either a hand mixer or a stand mixer with whisk attachment. Mix heavy whipping cream, powdered sugar, and vanilla on high until stiff peaks form. You want the whipped cream to be a bit thicker than you typically would for other desserts so make sure those peaks form and hold their shape.
Crush the Oreos
This is a part that kids love to help with. I put them in a bag and give them a tool to crunch up those Oreos.
While it may be tempting to smush them all to smithereens, I prefer to leave some chunks behind. So try to hold back from releasing all of your frustrations on the Oreos.
Mix it all together
Place the pudding, whipped cream, and Oreos in a medium-sized bowl and stir it all together. Top with another Oreo for a cute presentation!
Oreo Fluff will stay good for 3-4 days in the fridge. Just keep it in an airtight container.
We have tried to freeze this and while it turns into YUMMY ice cream, you can’t really thaw it and have the texture of freshly made Oreo Fluff.
Nope. You can get whipped cream from the store if you don’t want to make your own. BUT making your own whipped cream is super easy!
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- 1 instant vanilla pudding box (5.1 oz box)
- 1 cup heavy whipping cream
- 4 tablespoons powdered sugar
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
- 15+ crushed Oreos
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- Make pudding according to directions and put in fridge. (You’ll likely need milk.)
- To make the whipped cream, mix heavy whipping cream, powdered sugar, and vanilla in mixer on high until stiff peaks form.
- Gently stir together pudding, whipped cream, and Oreos.
- Serve with sliced strawberries on top.
Don’t forget you’ll likely need milk to make your pudding. And it will need refrigerated a bit to solidify.
Go rogue and try some different pudding flavors or mix-ins!