Oreo Fluff is an easy four-ingredient dessert that is perfect for BBQ’s, get-togethers, or anytime you have a craving! I love it so much I made an entire Oreo Brownie Dessert which happens to be one of the most decadent brownie desserts I have ever made. This Oreo Fluff is the star of that dessert!Oreo FluffI need to be real with you. My husband quit his job a few months ago and has been working with me on the blog now. I love having him around and especially love when he offers to pick up groceries. One day he came home with 6 family size packages of Oreo’s. SIX! Knowing myself as well as I do, and knowing I would sit and eat them all if I didn’t come up with some recipes fast, this Oreo Fluff was created. I have seen it served at many a Minnesota get-together but never made it myself.I asked my aunt for her recipe, but it had vanilla pudding in it and I didn’t have any on hand. Then I found my MIL’s church cookbook and low and behold, Oreo Fluff with sweetened condensed milk. Winning!I used double-stuff Oreo’s, but you can use regular if that is what you have. It might be fun to use Mint Oreo’s and add 1-2 drops of green food color for a Mint Oreo Fluff!Oreo Fluff RecipeFour easy ingredients are all you need to make Oreo Fluff. I made mine in a stand mixer but you can certainly use a hand-held mixer. Heck, you could even attempt to whisk it by hand if you need a mini-workout before indulging in this tasty treat!cream cheesesweetened condensed milkwhipped toppingOreo’sMix the cream cheese and sweetened condensed milk so that they are fully combined. Fold the whipped topping in by hand. Add in the crushed Oreo’s.I opted for store-bought whipped topping (Cool Whip) for a couple of reasons:It’s fasterYou can’t tell the difference in this dessert.Usually, I will recommend making your own from scratch, but it’s just not necessary in a dessert where the other main ingredients are cream cheese and sweetened condensed milk! 😂I also only added 16 crushed Oreo’s to the fluff. You could go so far as to DOUBLE that, just be ready for the fluff to appear darker. Not a problem per se, if you don’t care how it looks and love Oreo’s!What Does Oreo Fluff Taste Like?You may not like this description but it’s by far the most accurate I can think of. It tastes like warm cookies & cream ice cream. (I have super sensitive teeth so enjoy my ice cream a bit melted.) When I tried this Oreo Fluff for the first time it hit me… it tasted identical to the ice cream! Creamy, silky, velvety smooth with the perfect punch of Oreo cookies throughout.How to Serve Oreo FluffWarm or cold? That is the question. The truth is we enjoyed it both ways so it will be perfect for a BBQ or somewhere food will sit out for a bit. But my favorite was chilled. As I mentioned, it reminds me of cookies & cream ice cream, so eating it chilled it a special treat!Could You Make an Oreo Fluff Pie?Absolutely! Just prepare your favorite pie crust (can I recommend an Oreo crust?) and pour the fluff in. If you are making it into a pie I recommend serving it chilled and adding some whipping topping! Some folks even like adding 2 cups of mini-marshmallows and I certainly wouldn’t complain about that. I also made it with brownies, be sure to check out my Oreo Brownie Dessert!Looking for More Oreo Recipes?Peanut Butter Oreo DessertMini Oreo CheesecakesOreo Rice Krispy Bars (Video)No Bake Oreo CheesecakePiggy Pie DessertSimple and sweet and sure to be a new favorite! Course: Dessert Cuisine: American Keyword: oreo fluff Servings: 12 Calories: 243 kcal 8 ounces cream cheese, room temperature 14 ounces (1 can) sweetened condensed milk 16 ounces whipped topping 16 Oreos, roughly brokenPlace cream cheese and sweetened condensed milk in a stand mixer and blend on high for 1 minute. (Or use a hand-held mixer on high for 3-5 minutes.)Remove bowl from mixer and hand fold in whipped topping.Add broken Oreo’s to topping and stir until incorporated. (Save a few Oreo crumbles to sprinkle on top)Chill until serving or eat immediately. meet Amanda RettkeAmanda Rettke is the creator of I Am Baker, and the bestselling author of Surprise Inside Cakes: Amazing Cakes for Every Occasion – With a Little Something Extra Inside.Over the course of her 15+ year blogging adventure, she has been featured in and collaborated with the Food Network, New York Times, LA Times, Country Living Magazine, People Magazine, Epicurious, Brides, Romantic Homes, life:beautiful, Publishers Weekly, The Daily Mail, Star Tribune, The Globe and Mail, DailyCandy, YumSugar, The Knot, The Kitchn, and Parade, to name a few.