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Oreo Pie

I made this pie on the 4th of July. It is a nice summertime dessert. It is easy to make. My ten year old daughter can even make it. But it is NOT healthy. It does not fit in to my trying to eat healthier and there is no way to make it healthy. But I had everything I needed for it, so I decided to go ahead and make it.

How can something with these ingredients in it taste bad. ๐Ÿ™‚

I found this recipe in a newspaper several years ago. I have taken it many times to church dinners and picnics. It is really good.

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  1. Sonshine says:

    My sister makes this all the time sans the fudge topping for family gatherings. The freezer way is the bomb!

    I like to use the Oreo pudding with a can of evaporated milk and then layer with devil’s food/chocolate pudding for making homemade pudding cups.

    Thanks for sharing!

  2. Mom2fur says:

    Oooooh, yummy! And I beg to differ with you on the ‘not healthy’ bit. See, it makes you happy. Happiness reduces stress. Stress causes illness. Therefore, anything that reduces stress is healthy!
    Yep, that’s the truth. It’s written somewhere, I’m just not sure where.
    Like you need an excuse to eat Oreo Pie?????

  3. schroeder says:

    LOL @ mom2fur!!!!

    I like that rationale but will my backside pay attention and not retain the fat ๐Ÿ™‚


  4. Oh my goodness – this looks amazing. I love recipes that are only a handful of ingredients that I can understand.

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