Oreo Cookie Fluff

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This luscious Oreo cookie whipped topping fluff is THE stuff.

THIS is a dreamy dessert.

THIS will make your taste-buds sing with happiness.

THIS is one of my favorites.

 

It’s also my brother’s absolute, hands-down, favorite dessert (snack to him). If he’s in a bad mood, this fluff will bring him out of it. He particularly loves the cookie-fluff you can find at one of our local grocery stores and was adamant that was the best fluff out there. We somehow managed to replicate it and now he doesn’t have to pay for it (Or does he? He might pay for it in pounds gained ’cause this is some seriously addicting stuff! But I really don’t think he cares.)

The beautiful thing about this fluff is that it isn’t heavy at all and won’t make you feel bloated at the end of a meal like cake or pie can (I love cake AND pie, I’m not dissing them I swear!). It’s a simple yet incredibly flavorful dessert that pairs well with any season and any meal.

It’s sooooooo dreamy

The light and airy whipped topping mixture combined with the soft crunch of almost-broken-down Oreo’s that get folded in is simply I.R.R.E.S.I.S.T.I.B.L.E… and it only takes 3 ingredients!

 

What you will need:

  • Whipped Topping (We used Cool Whip- but any store bought “whipped topping” will suffice)
  • 1 14.3 oz package of regular Oreos (DO NOT GET DOUBLE STUFFED– although those are my usual go-to’s, they lack the right amount of cookie-to-cream ratio needed for this recipe)
  • Sweetened Condensed Milk ( Try and find the smallest you can, you won’t need an awful lot- or get a regular sized can  and save it because you’ll probably be making this two weekends in a row)
  • Spatula
  • Large Bowl

 

Oreo Cookie Fluff

A delicious and dreamy, light and airy mousse perfect for a summertime dessert!
Course Dessert
Servings 8

Ingredients
  

  • 16 oz Cool Whip or any whipped topping
  • 14.3 oz Package of Regular Oreos
  • 2 Tbsp Sweetened Condensed Milk

Instructions
 

  • Add your Cool whip to a large bowl.
  • Put all but one sleeve of Oreo's in a plastic zippy bag and use a rolling pin or pan to smash cookies into small pieces. Add these to your Cool Whip. Smash the remaining sleeve of Oreo's making sure to leave them in larger pieces as the contrast between the two sizes is important for the fluff!
  • Add in your sweetened condensed milk and use a spatula to gently fold in the milk until it is fully mixed.
  • Let the bowl sit covered in the refrigerator for a few hours to set up.
  • Serve in a fancy drink glass (we used a margarita glass) and top with whipped cream if desired! Or eat directly from the bowl- you choose!

Notes

Important!
If your Cool Whip is frozen, let it thaw in the Refrigerator. Fast-thawing it in the microwave may ruin the integrity of the Cool Whip which won't allow your fluff to set up properly. You could end up with a soupy pudding!
Keyword Cookies, Dessert, Fluff, Oreo, Sweetened Condensed Milk

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