Recipe | White Chocolate OREO Fluff Dessert

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When we grill out for dinner (which isn’t as often as I’d like) the food is usually ridiculously filling. Even so, we still like to have dessert but it’s always the type of dessert that you eat alongside your dinner. It could be straight up fruity Jello, fresh fruit or the kids’ favorite … a fluff.

The kind of fluff varies but it’s always the same basic ingredients with a few additions.

This week we went straight for the OREO’s.

OREO fluff dessert recipe

White Chocolate OREO Fluff Dessert
 
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Type: Dessert
Serves: 6
Ingredients
  • 1 small box White Chocolate instant pudding mix
  • 2 cups milk
  • 1 small tub Cool Whip
  • 24 OREOS, crushed
  • 2 cups mini marshmallows
Instructions
  1. In a large bowl whisk together the pudding mix and milk for 2 minutes.
  2. Add Cool Whip, OREOS and marshmallows, stir well.
  3. Refrigerate until ready to serve.

 

 

 

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  1. This dessert looks so easy and delicious! Perfect for a quick summer dessert!

  2. Even though Cool Whip makes me gag this sounds really good! Something my son would love.

    • Really? Oh man, I could eat a whole tub of it with my finger lol. You could make it with fresh whipped cream but the calories on that would probably be out of this world.

      • Lol I use to eat it when I was little I remember that but one day it just started tasting gross lol.

  3. Oh my gosh that looks so delicious! And super easy to make. I know my boys would love this!!

  4. Stefanie says:

    Do we melt the min marshmallows, or put them in whole?!? And do you just eat it straight, or with Graham crackers or something?!?

    • Hi Stefanie, you just put them in whole, they add a sweet little bite. We eat it just as is with a spoon but you could use it as a dip for animal crackers or graham crackers too.

  5. How long does it have to be in fridge?

  6. Diane says:

    Yes My kids grew up on “Fluffs”
    This one was always a favorite( though we never added the marshmallows ).
    Delicious in a variety of flavors!

  7. jennifer says:

    are you supposed to cover the fluff while you refrigerate it or leave it uncovered?

  8. hi looked at a couple of markets were did u get the white chocolate pudding?

  9. were can i buy the white chocolate pudding mix?

    • Hi Patti – I’ve seen it at several stores including Walmart, County Market and Meijer. If you can’t find it locally you could also try the Oreo pudding mix, that one is good too or even plain vanilla.

  10. Wendell says:

    Where do you get white chocolate pudding? I have never seen it in the grocery store.

    • I’ve seen it at Meijer and County Market but you can definitely substitute vanilla, chocolate or OREO pudding … I just prefer white chocolate.

  11. Elizabeth Schlegel says:

    Cat, I know I shouldn’t ask this but can I use your Oreo Fluff recipe for my page? You and your fellow bloggers post such awesome ideas. I am now trying to work with the blogging community to see if I can help promote their pages by having them post on mine, its really a win win situation.

  12. This looks so good! I make oreo cake pops and love them…. I can just imagine what this taste like….printing recipe now….

  13. wow. cant wait to make this for the kids. I have never heard of WHITE chocolate pudding. Cant wait to go shopping and buy this list of ingredients. Thank you. Is this fattening?? lol do “you” eat it, too? Thanks! Karen May Jones

    PS. I love fluff desserts when I can cut out some of the sugr wit some substituing. Orange fluff is good for going easy on sugary ingredients. love ur site!!

  14. maria aguirre says:

    this food is awsome when i made it, it made me happy you guys are the best.

  15. CAN YOU FREEZE OREO FLUFF ? HOW LONG IN THE FREEZER ?

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