This Frozen Chocolate Oreo Pie is one of those old-time desserts passed down from neighbor-to-neighbor and that takes you back to the flavors you loved when you were a kid. This easy-to-throw-together sugar-rush of chocolate is the perfect treat to eat outside on a summer evening!
This Frozen Chocolate Oreo Pie tastes kind of like a frozen chocolate milkshake—but richer and creamier. My son-in-law introduced it to our family. He grew up eating it for special occasions, and it’s still the only dessert he wants for his birthday dessert.
The great thing about this no-bake pie is how quick and easy it is to put together. Just press the crust, whip the cream, mix in a few no-fuss ingredients, pour, and freeze. Top with chocolate jimmies, Oreo crumbs, or whipped cream and mini Oreos—whatever sounds good to you!
You can serve Frozen Chocolate Oreo Pie in any freezer-safe dish. Pour it all into a 9-inch springform pan, two 7-inch springform pans, or a standard 9×13 pan. Or, dress up individual servings for a party by using mini-cheesecake pans or mini Mason jars. If you choose to use a muffin pan, you’ll want to use individual thick foil liners like you would for making a mini cheesecake in a muffin pan—they’ll be hard to remove from the pan without one. And keep in mind that the thicker you pour the filling, the harder it will be to cut through once it’s frozen.
One of my sons suggested even pouring the Oreo Pie Filling in popsicle molds for homemade Creamies—a local chocolate dairy treat.
This easy-to-make dessert is perfect for a crowd. Make it easier to serve by removing it from your freezer and softening on your counter for a few minutes. This will give it that rich, soft-serve consistency and will make it easier to cut. Be sure to start with small pieces—Frozen Chocolate Oreo Pie is a rich dessert (though that hasn’t stopped my boys from asking for seconds!)
Give Frozen Chocolate Oreo Pie a try this summer—I promise, you won’t regret it!
Frozen Chocolate Oreo Pie
- 20 to 23 Oreo cookies
- ¼ cup butter melted
- 8 ounces cream cheese
- 8 ounces heavy cream whipped*
- ⅔ cup chocolate syrup Hershey's or similar
- 1 can 14 ounces sweetened condensed milk
- In a food processor or ziptop bag, crush the whole Oreo cookies into fine crumbs.
- In a separate bowl, combine Oreo cookie crumbs and melted butter. Press into pan and set aside.
- In a medium bowl, whip the heavy cream until soft peaks form and set aside.
- In large bowl, beat the cream cheese, sweetened condensed milk, and chocolate syrup until well combined. Gently fold in the whipped cream. Spread mixture over the crust and top with chocolate jimmies or additional crushed Oreos, if desired. Freeze for several hours or overnight, until quite firm.
- About 5 minutes before serving, remove from freezer and allow to slightly thaw before cutting.
More Desserts Perfect for Summer Nights
- Chocolate Covered Frozen Key Lime Pie Bites
- Cherry Chocolate Chip Ice Cream Cake Roll
- Berry Parfaits
- Roasted Strawberry Ice Cream
- Ice Cream Waffle Bowls
- Red, White, and Blue Puff Pastry Parfaits
I made these in my mini cheesecake muffin pan with pop out bottoms. So easy to remove that way. You wont need
Norpro Nonstick Mini Cheesecake Pan with Handles, 12 count, with removable bottoms.
I am making them now. If u r doing the individual ones in a foiled liner, how do you make the crust? Do u put them in each individual liner and let that set? How many mini muffins will I get? Thanks
Yes, I would do the best you can to tamp them down within the muffin liners, with a shot glass or spoon. Then freeze to set the crust, then fill the batter and freeze until a few minutes before you serve.
I’m not sure on how many mini muffins it would make, but if you try it, let me know and I’ll update the recipe!
I hope you love them! Let me know how they turn out!
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Hi Mia – thanks for letting me know about the Raid ad. That definitely is not a good fit for my site. I’ll contact my ad network about removing those. Blogging is my full time job so the ads are necessary and I do rely on the money to pay my bills. Hope you enjoy the recipe.
Made this for Fathers Day…this is absolutely fantastic! Easy to follow the directions, and it turns out great!
That’s great – thanks Amie!
Rocky Mountain Woman
This one looks especially good given the weather forecast for this week: hot hot hot
thanks! I see it. I am definitely making these! I love to make treats for our local firemen and they love love love anything Oreo!! So this will definitely be a hit.
And yes – techy stuff is wonderful, when it works!! ha ha. Sorry for the problem on an early Monday morning!!
Oh my….that looks and sounds amazing. What a delicious birthday treat-or any day for that matter! Easy too-gotta love that. I really need to dig out my mini cheesecake pan and use it more. I love cute little individual cakes…no slicing needed! 🙂
Thanks! It’s such a fun way to served dessert for sure 🙂
If making them in a mini muffin pan, how many would it make?
When I made it in my mini cheesecake pan, which is slightly wider and maybe twice as deep as my mini muffin pans—it made enough for the entire mini cheesecake pan plus a 7-inch springform from a single batch. These might be a little difficult to get out of the mini muffin pans without a liner—maybe a regular muffin pan with a foil liner might work? If you try it, I’d love to have you come back here to let me know!
Thank you. I have the mini cheesecake pan s well so I may make them in that and line a mini muffin tin with liners for the rest and see how that goes. If I make them, I will post my results.
No recipe posted. Really!!!
It should be all fixed now. Enjoy!
No recipe Barbara!
Hi Bobbi – yes, I just left out the bit of code that places the recipe in the post. Thanks for the heads up.
I don’t see a recipe either. 🙁
All fixed now – enjoy!
I cant see the receipe
It’s working now – thanks!
I’m not sure if I missed, I don’t see it or found either!
I left out the bit of code necessary to post the recipe. It’s there now 🙂
Same here, I cannot see recipe or find link on my tablet.
It should be working now – thanks Doris!
Hi Barbara….Thank you for all your delicious recipes, I have made many of them, they are so good! I’m not sure if I missed it but I don’t see or find the recipe for the Frozen Chocolate Oreo Pie? Please advise…thank you.
Thank you so much for supporting me through the years! It’s all fixed now 🙂
Can’t see the recipe?? Is it me? Need – want – have to!! – make these!!
I’m with Donna–no links to recipe.
Hi Donna—thanks for bringing this to my attention! What a way to wake up! I’ve got it working properly now.