I am so glad you’re here!
Have you been drooling over this peanut butter cup and Oreo dessert on social media?
I don’t blame you a bit. I’ve been drooling a little myself.
I admit…we don’t eat like this every day. But every once in a while, I love indulging. Especially when that indulgence includes two of my favorite treats – peanut butter cups (yum!!) and Oreos (why do Oreos taste SO good?).
And when a dessert THIS good is this easy to make? And no bake? Bonus!
This delicious dessert not only combines some of my favorite flavors (peanut butter and chocolate, Oreos and cream cheese) but it doesn’t require any cooking. Brilliant!
I know my sweet treats. I have years and years of very intense taste-testing under my belt (quite literally!). So I can say with confidence that this is a dessert you do NOT want to miss!
Take my word for it – this dessert recipe is a winner. Everyone is going to love it! Unless they’re just grumpy. Or dessert-haters. Then I can’t help you.
Are you ready to see how EASY it is to make this? Click below to get the recipe.
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This looks delicious!! I am going to have to make it for my work buddies!! Thanks for sharing!!
Which ingredients do you not have in the UK? I can try to help with substitutes – it may be that the ingredients are just called something different in the UK. They all seem like very basic dessert ingredients here. ;)
I would love to try this recipe but as I am in the UK have not a clue about the ingredients I could get to make it. Can anyone tell me what I can use to make it please?
Holy crap, yummy! I never make desserts, but this looks so good and easy to make that I’m gonna have to make it!!
I love to find new dessert
I crush it all together! :) Thanks for the question!
Do you take the cream out of the cookies? Or crush all together?!
The crust can be chilled for about 20 minutes, which will help it hold together. Also, keeping the pan smaller would mean the crust would have a better chance of sticking together once chilled.
At the risk of sounding as if I’m saying “So what’s the big deal?,” five kids isn’t that extraordinary; my minister and his wife have SEVEN children, all biological (none adopted, though they were going to adopt three right after their 7th baby was born). That bizarre family formerly on TV whose one son has since been found to be a sex predator had, what? Nineteen kids? Now THAT is going overboard by any standards, even back in pioneer days.
So you crush 16 cookies, cream and all for the base? or do you mix the cream in with the cream cheese?
I used the whole cookie, cream and all!
Is the cookie cream just set aside or is it used in the recipe?
I haven’t tried it, but I would imagine that it would be just fine. Good luck! :)
Could I use almond milk for this recipe?
I’m glad it turned out yummy, despite being so tight in the pan. :) PS – I know all too well the challenges of cooking with kids who distract!
Hi Jamie, I don’t think commenters can edit their comments but you can mention a revision to an original comment. Hope that helps some! :)
Can I edit this?
Hi I’m not sure what Facebook page shared your recipe but I just had to try it. I wanted a more thick dessert so I decu5 to use an 8×8 that I have. Not thinking it through that it’s too small lol. As I was making it is decided to freeze the Oreo layer while I make the creek cheese payer & let the topping thaw. While making it I had kids as a distraction, got the peanut butter, cream cheese & sugar whipped up though I was done pulled out the dish & spread the mixture on top. It spread fine thought ok cool. Starting chopping the peanut butter cups & see that I didn’t add the half topping to the peanut butter mixture thinking I ruined it i continued on with the recipe to the T lol. Let it sit in the fridge for about 4 hrs. Cut it & oh my goodness its so yummy. I’m glad I forgot to add the topping, the dessert filled the 8×8 up.
Hi Amy! Thanks for stopping by! And thank you – this is something totally new to me but it’s been a fun experiment! :)
Amy@Little Dairy on the Prairie says
I’m visiting your blog because I saw your link as an example in the BYBC Facebook page on how to paginate! I blog over at Little Dairy on the Prairie and although I love family, food, and farming I’m not a pro at the computer. I love how you paginated, thanks for the example!
I wouldn’t judge you if you kept it to yourself! :)
This looks rich and definitely something I wouldn’t share!
Cynthia @ Whole Food | Real Families says
This is everything my kids love about dessert! I can’t wait to try it. Thanks for linking up at Delicious Dishes Recipe Party! Can’t wait to see you again Tuesday.
My teenagers have a dessert and service auction coming up at the end of the month. I’m thinking this might be a good dessert to make. At least I would love to have it!