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You are going to go crazy at how very easy this Oreo Pie Crust recipe is to make! A homemade no-bake pie crust, with two simple ingredients and so much better than a store bought cookie crust.
The beauty behind this easy pie crust is you can make it with any flavor of Oreo cookie, or any other sandwich cookie, even gluten free sandwich cookies, the recipe is the same. Who doesn’t love a cookie crust?
I have been making Oreo crust recipes for decades, it is perfect in the summertime since the crust does not require baking and is quite possibly the best pie crust ever, especially for your favorite pie, bar and cheesecake recipes.
Why You Will Love this Oreo Pie Crust
- Two ingredients! That’s it! Just 2 simple ingredients!
- Change the flavor by changing the cookie!
- So Easy | I used a food processor which makes this pie crust even easier, but you can use a rolling pin and baggie too! Takes 10 minutes tops!
- Tastes amazing! And presses perfectly each and every time!
- Replace it for other cookie crusts, graham cracker crusts, regular pie crusts!
Ingredients, directions and nutritional information in the printable recipe card at the end of the post.
- Golden Oreos | or any flavor Oreo you would like, the measurements are the same!
- Butter | There isn’t much in this, go for the real stuff, if it’s soft coming out of the fridge, it is a blend and not real butter!
How to Make a Oreo Pie Crust from Scratch
- Crush cookies to a crumb in a food processor or if you do not have a food processor, place cookies in heavy duty baggie and roll to crush with rolling pin. They do not have to be evenly crushed, a few larger pieces here and there is fine.
- Once you have crumbs, pour melted butter into crumbs and pulse until combined, or mix cookie crumbs and melted butter in a bowl with a fork.
- Pour crumbs into desired pie plate and press into an even layer.
- You can see in the image below that the same amount can look very different in your pie dish depending on the dish.
- A deep dish pie plate will not have a nice thick edge as a shallower pie dish will, though both taste great!
- To easily press the Oreo Cookie Crust into the pie dish, I use a combination of wax paper or parchment paper as well as use the bottom of a flat measuring cup.
- Since this is a no-bake pie crust, you do not need to be too concerned about it being perfectly even.
- Freeze the crust for 30 minutes before filling, this will help the butter bond with the cookie crumbs.
- If you really want your crust to hold together, add 1-2 tablespoons of additional melted butter when processing.
Frequently Asked Questions
The number one question I have been asked, is do you remove the cream filling? No, that is part of the beauty and charm, the cream filling adds bonding ability to the Oreo crust.
Yes, this recipe works the same using Golden, Chocolate or other flavored Oreo cookies. For that matter, using other brands as well!
Absolutely! I have used Organic Newman O’s, Trader Joe’s O’s amongst others.
With the new Gluten Free Oreo Cookies I think this would be great! I would try other GF brands as well.
More great sweet recipes for you to try!
- Magnolia Bakery Banana Pudding | replace the Nilla wafers with this crust!
- Key Lime Torte | instead of the graham cracker crust, try the Oreo Pie crust.
- Easy Peppermint Chocolate Ice Cream Cake
- Fireworks Oreo Cheesecake Bars | from my friend Nikki
- Mint Fudge Asphalt Pie | from my friend Norine
- No Bake Chocolate Pie
- Oreo Dessert Pudding (Oreo Pudding Pie Recipe)
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Hi, I’m Kathleen Pope. Here at The Fresh Cooky you will find easy, mostly from-scratch, trusted recipes for all occasions. From speedy dinners to tasty desserts, with easy step-by-step instructions. I am here to help teach you how to make mouthwatering recipes without spending hours in the kitchen. Read more about Kathleen here.