All you need to know is that it tastes like the filling of a giant Oreo cookie.
It’s one of the easiest things you’ll ever make!
Other than that, the pictures of this No-Bake Oreo Cookies ‘n Cream Pie speak for themselves, telling the story much better than words ever could. So I’ll let them do the talking.
Silence is golden.
No-Bake Oreo Cookie Pie
- 1 cup raw cashews or macadamia nuts (120g)
- 1/8 tsp salt
- 1/2 tsp pure vanilla extract
- 3/4 cup water
- sweetener of choice (such as: pinch stevia extract, or 1/2 cup dates, or 3 tbsp pure maple syrup or powdered sugar)
- 4-6 oreo cookies or these: Healthy Oreos
No-Bake Pie Recipe: In a bowl, cover the cashews with water and let sit at least 8 hours, but no longer than 12. Drain. Combine the drained cashews with the salt, vanilla, sweetener, and 3/4 cup water, and blend until smooth. (Blend a full minute if you have a Vita-Mix. This can technically be done in a non-high-powered blender if you blend a very long time, but I don’t know that it will ever be as smooth.) Add the chocolate cookies and blend again, just enough to crush the cookies. Pour into a prepared pie crust (recommendations are listed at the very bottom of this post) and freeze to set. This healthy and vegan pie is best kept in the refrigerator. Or you can freeze it, but be sure to thaw fully before serving. Serves 6-8. If you want a pie deeper than the one in the photos, you can easily double the recipe.
Click for: Oreo Pie Nutrition Facts
Crust recommendations: you can try either my Healthy Pie Crust or my Chocolate Pie Crust, and make a double batch to go up the sides of an 8.5-inch springform pan lined with parchment paper. If you’d prefer, a store-bought crust will also work.
Do you ever have a hard time being quiet?
Are you a chatterbox, happy to talk endlessly if no one shuts you up? Someitmes it’s good to be a rambler; there are never any awkward silences! But editing papers (or blog posts) of a chatterbox is not so fun. You should see some of my beginning blog post drafts… I often delete sentences or even entire paragraphs of superfluous information.