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Frozen Oreo Pudding Bites

Frozen Oreo Pudding Bites

These little treats are really easy to make and are just the right size for the perfect little sweet treat. Make a batch of these Frozen Oreo Pudding Bites and enjoy!

This simple recipe is one I have been making for years and years.

 

Since I always have at least one or two containers of Cool Whip and pudding mixes along with those little pudding cups that you get in the refrigerated section of the market  (right by the cheese and other dairy products) I make fun desserts all the time for my family.

 

When the kids were little, I made these for them and the kids loved them so much that the moms asked me for the recipe so they could make them at their home.

 

At the time, I didn’t even have a recipe. I just told them to add Cool Whip with some prepared pudding and freeze in mini cupcake pans. They were delicious as is but once I started adding Oreo cookies they became a favorite.

 

Down below, you will see the original photo that I posted is from 2012! That’s how long I have been making these.

 

There wasn’t even a blog back then. I saved all the recipes and photos and so glad I did since a year later I started my blog and since I kept all the old recipes, little by little have been putting them on. Old photos and all. 

 

This recipe is a throw together and messy looking but fun to make with the kiddos.

 

The photo does need to be updated so, I apologize  for the photo being a little blurry and I guess messy. But, they still taste so good. Promise!

 

Grab these few ingredients and make a batch. Bet you and your family will love them like we do.  

Frozen Oreo Pudding Bites

Yields: 12 

Nutrition: calories 55 fat 2.4, sat fat 1.5, carbs 8.8 g, fiber less than .2 g, sugar 3.5 g, protein .3 g

WW Smart Points: 2 – WW Points Plus: 2 

3 Personal Points 

 

 

 

At A Glance, Here’s What Goes Into Making These Frozen Gems

 

Ingredients:

  •  1 3/4 Cool Whip Lite
  •  1 Jell-O vanilla sugar free pudding cup 60 calories cup — found in the dairy department of the grocery store
  •   milk, almond milk, cream, half and half, or 2 more tablespoons of Cool Whip Lite, I used 1 tablespoon almond milk and one tablespoon more of Cool Whip Lite
  •  6 Oreo cookies
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract 
  • Full printable recipe with amounts below in recipe box

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here Are The Simple And Easy Directions 

 

Directions:

  1. Have a mini cupcake pan ready with paper or foil liners in 12 cups. Set aside until ready to fill.
  2. In a medium size mixing bowl, mix together the Cool Whip, creamer and pudding cup. Place in fridge until ready to fill the cups.
  3. Crunch up Oreo cookies in a mini chopper or place in a Ziploc bag and roll with a rolling pin.
  4. Sprinkle the bottom of the 12 mini cups with half of the cookie crumbs.
  5. Remove the mixture out of the fridge, scoop out with a small ice cream scoop. This is a great utensil to have around since you can also use them for making uniform size homemade cookies.
  6. After you are done filling the cups, sprinkle the rest of the crumbs over each cup, if using the mini chips, sprinkle them as well and set in freezer for at least 2 hours.

 

Enjoy the Oreo deliciousness!

 

 

Wait! Before leaving, here are a few more delicious Oreo dessert recipes to check out.

Outrageous No Bake Oreo Lasagna 

Chocolate Chip Oreo Cookies

Skinny Oreo Cheesecake Balls

 

 

Print recipe below

Frozen Oreo Pudding Bites

Frozen Oreo Pudding Bites - These little treats are really easy to make and are just the right size for the perfect little sweet treat. Great as a grab and go frozen dessert. Enjoy the cool Oreo deliciousness!
Course Dessert, frozen dessert, Summertime Dessert
Cuisine American
Keyword Frozen Desserts, Frozen Oreos, Frozen Pudding, Oreo, pudding
freezing 2 hours
Servings 12
Calories 55 kcal
Author Pam

Ingredients

  • 1 3/4 cups Cool Whip, I used Lite for this recipe
  • 1 cup Jell-O vanilla sugar free pudding cup 60 calories cup — found in the dairy department of the grocery store
  • 1 tbsp almond milk or any milk or cream plus one tablespoon of cool whip
  • 6 Oreo cookies
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla extract

Instructions

  1. 1.Have a mini cupcake pan ready with paper or foil liners in 12 cups. Set aside until ready to fill.

    2.In a medium size mixing bowl, mix together the Cool Whip, creamer, and pudding cup. Place in fridge until ready to fill the cups.

    3.Crunch up Oreo cookies in a mini chopper or place in a Ziploc bag and roll with a rolling pin.

    4.Sprinkle the bottom of the 12 mini cups with half of the cookie crumbs.

    5.Remove the mixture out of the fridge, scoop out with a small ice cream scoop. This is a great utensil to have around since you can also use them for making uniform size homemade cookies.

    6.After you are done filling the cups, sprinkle the rest of the crumbs over each cup, if using the mini chips, sprinkle them as well and set in freezer for at least 2 hours. Enjoy!

Oreo cookies make the best desserts

 

 

Thanks for stopping by. I hope you enjoyed the Oreo recipes that were featured today. Stop by again soon, there are so many more recipes to see both sweet and savory and new ones coming up soon. In the meantime, you can save any recipe for later on by pinning on Pinterest.

Bye for now…

 

Here’s the photo I was talking about from 2012. It was taken on a very old camera. LOL! It’s still the same recipe but better lighting from the newer camera. I hope you enjoy these guilt free frozen treats. They taste so good! 

You can see I had just taken these out of the freezer. They have frost on them!

 

 

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