Creamy, fluffy, and packed with the deliciousness of Oreos- that’s what this Oreo fluff recipe is all about.
Hosting a little get-together? Want to whip up something extra special this weekend? This easy Oreo fluff recipe is exactly what you need. You’ll need just a handful of ingredients and a few minutes of kitchen time to make it from scratch, and you’ll end up with this incredibly delicious no-bake dessert that is so versatile, it’ll go with almost anything.
Ready to give it a shot? Here’s what you need to know about it before you go ahead.
Ingredients For the Recipe
With just 4 ingredients to name, this is one recipe you just can’t go wrong with.
- 8oz cream cheese
- 14oz sweetened condensed milk
- 16 oz whipped topping
- 16 Oreos roughly broken
Kitchen Tools Needed
How to Make the Oreo Fluff
Once you have all your ingredients ready, here’s what you need to do to make the Oreo fluff from scratch.
Mix the cream cheese and the condensed milk for about one minute with an electric mixer until the ingredients are combined.
Add in the whipped topping.
Fold together with a spoon until combined.
Break the Oreo cookies into small pieces and add them to the mixture.
Mix with a spoon again and you can serve it immediately or you can leave it to chill in the refrigerator for some time.
Frequently Asked Questions
This creamy and versatile Oreo fluff can be tweaked in so many different ways. You can experiment with the kind of Oreos you are using and try using golden Oreos or any other flavored Oreos that you want.
In addition, you can also add some mini chocolate chips, caramel bits, and/or sprinkles.
To turn this into a s’mores flavored fluff, you can also throw some mini marshmallows into the mix.
Cream cheese is an important part of this recipe, and not just for the flavor, but simply because it also helps the mixture hold its shape and set well. Otherwise, you can just mix whipped cream and Oreo crumbs and be done with it- right? If you don’t have cream cheese or are just looking for an alternative, there are a lot of good ideas you can implement. For instance, you can use instant vanilla pudding and mix it with some whipped cream. The pudding will help the fluff set well too, which is great. If you don’t want to use pudding, you can throw in some marshmallow fluff too.
You definitely can! Oreos are easily available and a total crowd-pleaser, which is why they are the best choice for this recipe. You can also try this recipe with any other cookies of your choice- chocolate chip cookies, graham crackers, golden Oreos, or pretty much anything you prefer.
Your leftover Oreo fluff can be refrigerated for up to 3 days. Just make sure you transfer it to an airtight container or cover it with some cling wrap to keep it fresh. If your Oreo crumbs have softened within that time frame, you can always add little extra fresh crumbs to get that little texture that you want.
Alternatively, if you’re making an extra batch to store for later, just don’t add the crumbs in until you intend to serve it.
If you want to use the leftover fluff, you can top it on a layer of milk dunked Oreos and layer it on a dish, creating multiple layers to turn it into a nice fancy dessert.
Tips & Tricks to Get the Recipe Right
The recipe is super simple and straightforward, but keeping these little actionable tips and tricks in mind when you’re making it can always help.
- The texture of the fluff is super important, which is why it is always best to use cold metal bowls to do all the mixing. You can pop the bowls and whisks in the freezer for a few minutes before you begin making the fluff.
- While you can definitely serve the Oreo fluff immediately after you make it, it is best to refrigerate it for an hour or two. This will help the Oreo crumbs soften a little bit after soaking up the moisture, which is exactly what you need.
- Use the Oreos directly- you do not need to remove the cream portion in the center. If you really want to, you can, but the cream will act as an additional stabilizer and will help the fluff hold its shape.
- How you decide to crush the Oreos depends on the texture you want your Oreo fluff to have. If you don’t mind the coarse crumbs, you can pop the Oreos in a Ziploc bag and crush them using a rolling pin. If you want the perfect, finer crumbs, you can use a food processor.
- Once you have added the Oreos into the batter, gently fold it all in together. Avoid overmixing, or it will lose its fluffiness.
- If you’re using pudding to make the fluff, you can stick to vanilla or cheesecake flavored pudding, or even try out some different flavor variations like strawberry, banana, and cookies and cream.
- Infact, you can try an entirely different summer-y flavor altogether by using golden Oreos and adding a bit of lemon zest into the mixture to transform it into a lemony Oreo fluff.
How to Serve the Oreo Fluff
There’s no set way to enjoy the Oreo fluff- you can just dig into it with a spoon or serve it as a dip with some fresh fruits and pretzels. And that’s not all, you can transfer it to a small bowl and plate it with graham crackers, Oreos, vanilla wafers, fresh strawberries, and anything else you enjoy dipping it with.
Enjoyed trying out this recipe? On the hunt for some more interesting and easy dessert recipes? Here are a few good ideas to get started with.
- Fried Ice Cream Balls Recipe
- No-Bake Chocolate Oreo Lasagna Recipe
- Refreshing No-Bake Lime Tart Recipe
- 8oz (227g) cream cheese
- 14oz (414ml) sweetened condensed milk
- 16oz (454g) whipped topping
- 16 Oreos roughly broken
- Mix the cream cheese and the condensed milk for about one minute with an electric mixer until the ingredients are combined.
- Add in the whipped topping.
- Fold in the whipped topping with a spoon until combined.
- Break the Oreo cookies into small pieces and add them to the mixture.
- Mix with a spoon again and you can serve it immediately or you can leave it to chill in the refrigerator.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 91Total Fat: 4gSaturated Fat: 2gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 3mgSodium: 79mgCarbohydrates: 13gFiber: 0gSugar: 8gProtein: 1g