Oreo Dip

This dip might just be an all-time favorite of mine. It was super easy to make and taste.  It has become a regular in my household, which is exactly why I have it on my Favorites’ list. Oreo Dip might just be a regular dip in your house too. It takes five minutes to whip up. 

The hard work is having the patience to let it cool in the refrigerator.  I just had to stick my index finger into my own serving just to see if it was ready to be served.  Depending on the temperature of your refrigerator, you should let it get cold before serving it for at least 20 to perhaps 30 minutes. That’s “if” you can be patient that long. 

Oreo Dip

5 from 1 vote
Recipe by Madison Course: DessertDifficulty: Easy


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  • 1 cup heavy whipping cream

  • 8 ounces cream cheese, softened

  • 1 cup powdered sugar

  • 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract

  • 12 Oreos, crushed


  • In a large bowl, using an electric mixer on high, beat together heavy whipping cream until it forms stiff peaks.
  • Next, add in the cream cheese, powdered sugar, vanilla extract, and crushed Oreos. Beat until combined.
  • Refrigerate until ready to serve with fruit, pretzels, chips, or more cookies. Enjoy!

I have all kinds of suggestions to go along with this dip.  If you like fruit and who doesn’t, try strawberries. Strawberries are especially juicy and sweet this time of the year and they photograph beautifully. You may even want to post your “hard” work on social media. And, I just know that your friends and family will be quite impressed and will be asking you for the recipe.  

Other fruits that come to mind are bananas. Bananas are loaded with potassium and when ripe, they are very sweet. Why not dip your banana into your Oreo Dip?  I tried it and I had to stop myself because it was quite a combination of yummy sweetness together. 

Well how about us salt lovers?  Get as creative as you want with this one.  No one is judging your taste buds and many great food inventions have happened just by someone mixing a little this with a little that.  

I am a pretzel person and I love the crunchiness and the saltiness of a good pretzel. It is always my go to snack.

I also love a good potato chip. I try to get the low-sodium ones, but you cannot go wrong with good old potato chips dipped in a sweet dip. The absolute best! Do not limit your options.  Please feel free to share in the comments what you tried with yours.  I may just have to try it too.  

Now that we are all back to having barbeques, graduations, and all other kinds of celebrations, I have an idea. You should be the one who volunteers to bring the dip! Sounds good and clever too right? Your friends and family will be impressed with the delicious treat and will think that you spent loads of time preparing this dip. It will be your secret to keep or share. If you are like me, you like to work smarter, not harder.  This Oreo Dip recipe will make it look like you did both, but again it’s up to you to divulge that.

I say in addition to making the dip, volunteer to bring the fruit and the chips. You may want to arrange everything on a pretty platter. Remember, it will make Beautiful optics with a special wink at the camera knowing that your Oreo Dip was palate pleasing and picture perfect! Enjoy!

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