Light, creamy, and incredibly satisfying – Oreo Fluff is a tantalizingly addicting way to enjoy your favorite cookie by the spoonful!
This recipe is such a classic it is coming to you in black and white! Heck, I assume the first dessert fluff probably came over with the Puritans on the Mayflower. After all, I have never seen any sort of religious gathering that didn’t feature some sort of fluff among the potluck spread. I am pretty sure it is a law buried in Leviticus somewhere.
What Is Oreo Fluff
Oreo fluff is essentially a delectably light and creamy pudding mixed with chunks of Oreo cookies. To achieve its distinctive fluffy texture the pudding is blended with Cool Whip. In some recipes, small marshmallows are added to the mixture as well.
How to Make Oreo Fluff
Oreo fluff is an exceptionally easy dessert to prepare, and a perfect dish to let your children help with! One packet of vanilla instant pudding is mixed with milk and then blended with Cool Whip and chunks of Oreo cookies. The Oreos can be roughly chopped or crushed with a meat mallet (affiliate link). Enjoy the fluff right away, or you can let it firm up a bit by placing it in the refrigerator for one hour.
How to Serve Oreo Fluff
Traditionally, Oreo fluff is enjoyed simply in a dish with a spoon. However, you can use it as a dip for graham crackers, or as a topping for pie or a cold cake. If you are craving a dessert dip, check out my Oreo Dip recipe. It is similar to Oreo fluff, but cream cheese gives it a firmer texture.
Oreo Fluff Variations
When making a dessert fluff, you don’t have to limit yourself to just Oreos. Mix in chunks of your favorite candy bars as well, or instead of Oreos.
- 15 Oreos (crushed)
- 1 Packet Instant Vanilla Pudding (3.4 oz packet)
- 2 cups Milk
- 8 ounces Cool Whip
- Mix together milk and packet of Instant Vanilla Pudding according to package instructions.
- Roughly chop Oreos, or place in a bag and crush into chunks.
- Mix together pudding, crushed Oreo pieces, and Cool Whip. Let rest for 1 hour and serve.
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