Chop/crush Oreos, in grinder/blender, spread out over 13 x 9 inch pan. Spray with 10 squirts of (any) spray butter, over Oreos (to hold them in place). Combine milk, pudding, and cool whip in bowl. Pour over top of Oreos, and let set up in the fridge for about 30 minutes.
Makes about 12 servings. Cut 12 servings from 13 x 9 pan evenly.
*This is a great dessert that allows you to give into that sweet tooth, without going overboard on calories or taste!
I read the comments before, and actually just put it all in a bowl instead of trying to make a crust--everyone loved it. You could put it into a regular graham-cracker crust or oreo crust too, and freeze it to make a pie.
I made this for a "healthy bake off" contest at work - and I WON-$25! I actually doubled the recipe and froze it - a huge hit! Based on others' comments here, I used 2 cups of milk, instead of 3 when I didn't double the recipe. When I doubled it, I used 5 cups total. Delicious! Thanks Ladybugjami!
I think this was delicious. I will for sure make it again but possibly just as the pudding mixture to give me the chocolate but yet a little more healthy. It was for sure a hit at my BBQ though, everyone wanted the receipe.
I made this for a picnic and it was a big hit. Very easy and quick to make. I just added the oreos into the mix and froze it. It was refreshing and delicious. Everyone loved it and no one complained because it lacked the calories. Will make again.
I loved the flavor of this dessert but had some difficulty getting it to "behave." Despite using the butter spray, the Oreos did not stay in place. I think that has to do with the fact that I never could get the mixture to "gel." Next time, I will try using less milk.
I don't particularly like chocolate but I decided to give this a try because it was a quick & easy dessert to throw together for after dinner this afternoon. My kids loved it but if I ever make it again, I think I'll use an Oreo cookie crust instead to make it more like a pie.
So good!!! Even my husband loves it! I made it with the 2 cups milk suggested on the jell-o box, instead of three, and I think that helped it firm up to our tastes. I loved the cool whip mixed in too. Definitely a keeper!
My Bible study girls are always bringing dessert to my house..and I have to resist eating too much..but now I turned the tables and made this recipe. It was awesome..light and delicious..and I don't feel like I'm blowing my eating plan! I will definitely make this again!
I made this for my In-Laws who are diabetic. We had to make another batch it was so delicious! My only complaint was I couldn't mix up the pudding very well. There were clumps...any suggestions?