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This simple Oreo pie crust is a homemade Oreo cookie crust that’s quick and easy to make. The recipe makes a perfect Oreo pie crust every time.
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Picking up a pre-made pie crust is definitely convenient, but when you bake pie crusts from scratch it just tastes so much better! This homemade Oreo Pie Crust is chocolatey, buttery, and absolutely delicious. This recipe makes enough for (1) 9-inch pie pan. You can also use it in a springform pan. Make it ahead of time and cover it with plastic wrap or aluminum foil and put it in the fridge until you are ready to fill it!
Ingredients in Oreo Pie Crust
- Oreos – You will use the Oreo chocolate cookies and the cream filling. Make sure to get the regular Oreos and NOT the Double Stuf Oreos. The double stuf ones have too much cream filling and the pie crust won’t set up right in the oven.
- Butter – Melted butter helps moisten the Oreo cookie crumbs and add a buttery flavor to this delicious crust!
- Salt – Use salt if you use unsalted butter, otherwise leave it out.
Pie Filling Ideas
This Oreo Pie Crust recipe is the great base for so many desserts! Not only is it great for pies, but it also makes a delicious crust for cheesecake. Here are some of our favorite fillings to pair with this Oreo crust:
- Grasshopper Pie – This Grasshopper Pie is our copycat recipe version of the Mile High Asphalt Pie at Winger’s. Mint chocolate chip ice cream drizzled with salted caramel and sprinkled with cookie crumbs is to die for.
- Salted Caramel Pie – Salted caramel pie might just be your new favorite dessert, especially if you love salted caramel chocolates (and who doesn’t!?). The combination of rich chocolate, buttery caramel, and sea salt is irresistible.
- Chocolate Satin Pie – This Marie Callender’s Chocolate Satin Pie Copycat recipe is spot on! The pie is rich and creamy, just like the Chocolate Satin Pie at the restaurant.
- Creamy Peanut Butter Pie – One bite of this Creamy Peanut Butter Pie and you’ll be hooked! The chocolate crumb crust is filled with a smooth and creamy peanut butter filling and then garnished with Reese’s peanut butter cups.
- Duke’s Hula Pie – This Hula Pie has an Oreo pie crust, filled with ice cream that has been made with mix-ins, and topped with a frozen fudge topping. It tastes just like the original from Duke’s without the expensive flight to the islands! It’s like having a little slice of Hawaii in your home.
- No Bake Cheesecake – No Bake Cheesecake is such an easy and yummy summer dessert. It is so rich and creamy – I know you’ll love it!
You may need to scrape the sides of the blender or crush the cookies with a tamper to get them all to blend evenly.
Frequently Asked Questions about Oreo Pie Crust
If you don’t have a blender or food processor, you can place the Oreos in a ziplock bag and pound the cookies with a meat tenderizer or a rolling pin. You will need to crush them into a really fine crumb, so it might take a while.
In a standard Oreo package there are three rows of 15 cookies for a total of 45. So, you should only need one package for a pie crust.
Once you crush the 24 Oreos in the blender, it should be about 2 cups of crumbs.
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How to Make an Oreo Pie Crust
Oreo Pie Crust
- blender or food processor
- 9 inch pie plate
- Place Oreos, with the cream, into the blender.
- Blend until a fine crumb forms. There shouldn't be any large chunks.
- Melt butter in the microwave. Add butter to blender and blend until combined.
- Press the Oreo mixture into the pie crust. Use the bottom of a measuring cup to smooth it out. Make sure there are no cracks.
- Bake at 350 degrees for 12 minutes. Let cool completely before filling.
- You may need to scrape the sides of the blender or crush the cookies with a tamper to get them all to blend evenly.
- If you don’t have a blender or food processor, you can place the Oreos in a ziplock bag and pound the cookies with a meat tenderizer or a rolling pin. You will need to crush them into a really fine crumb, so it might take a while.
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