Oreo Pie Crust

Craving a dessert that's both easy and indulgent? Look no further than an Oreo cookie pie crust! This simple yet versatile base adds a rich, chocolatey twist to your favorite pies and tarts. Learn how to make this irresistible oreo pie crust in just a few easy steps!
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A slice of ice cream cake made with oreo pie crust.
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Looking to add a delicious twist to your homemade pies? An Oreo pie crust is the perfect solution! This easy-to-make crust combines the classic flavor of Oreo cookies (yes, Oreos are vegan!) with a buttery, crunchy texture that pairs perfectly with a variety of fillings.

Learn how to make your own oreo cookie crust at home with only two simple ingredients. When it comes to baking, the more vegan pie crust techniques you learn, the more you enhance your baking skills, expand your culinary repertoire, and elevate the quality of your homemade pies.

Why This Oreo Pie Crust is So Awesome

Why settle for a regular pie crust when you can take your desserts to the next level with an Oreo pie crust? This recipe is not only super simple to make but also adds a delightful chocolate flavor and a satisfying crunch to your favorite pies and tarts. Here’s why this pie crust recipe is an absolute game-changer for your dessert game.

  • Rich Chocolate Flavor: The Oreo cookies in the crust add a deep, chocolatey flavor that pairs perfectly with a variety of fillings.
  • Easy to Make: Making an Oreo pie crust is incredibly easy and requires just two simple ingredients.
  • No-Bake Option: This cookie crust can be used for no-bake pies, making it a great option for hot summer days when you don’t want to turn on the oven.
  • Incredibly Versatile: This crust pairs well with a wide range of fillings, from creamy cheesecakes to fruity tarts, allowing you to get creative with your desserts.
  • Texture Contrast: The crunchy texture adds a delightful contrast to creamy fillings, creating a more interesting dessert experience.
  • Kid-Friendly: Children (and adults!) love the classic taste of Oreos, making this crust a hit with all ages.
  • Pretty Presentation: Using a homemade cookie crust can elevate the presentation of your dessert, making it look more professional and appealing.

Ingredients Needed

You only need two ingredients to make this super simple Oreo pie crust:

Oreo Cookies: Any cream sandwich cookie works here, whether you use actual Oreo cookies or not! Regardless of which you choose, make sure they’re regular and not Double Stuf since those have too much cream to achieve the right consistency.

Oreo-style chocolate sandwich cookies from Back to Nature filled with vegan cream.

Dairy-Free Butter: Choose your favorite plant-based butter, either salted or unsalted works well. If using unsalted, you may want to add a dash just to enhance the flavors.

A block of vegan butter on parchment paper.

How To Make Oreo Crust

Creating a delectable Oreo cookies pie crust is a simple yet rewarding endeavor that adds a tasty twist to your favorite desserts. With just two ingredients and minimal effort. Follow these two easy-as-pie steps to learn the art of crafting a luscious cookie crust that will impress both friends and family alike.

Crush the Oreo Cookies: Place the Oreo cookies in a food processor along with the vegan butter. Process until smooth.

Alternatively, you can place the cookies in a resealable plastic bag and crush them with a rolling pin and mix in butter by hand.

A hand sing a silicone spatula to flatten the oreo crust into a springform pan.

Add to Springform Pan: Press the mixture into the bottom (and up the sides, if desired) of an 8-inch springform pan to form the crust. Chill the crust in the refrigerator for at least 15 minutes (or, preferably, overnight) before filling.

Oreo pie crust pressed into a springform pan.

That’s it! It’s so easy to make an Oreo pie crust! Simply add your favorite pie filling.

Serving Tips & Suggestions

Ready to take your desserts to the next level? Here are some easy and delightful tips for using an oreo crust recipe. Whether you’re a baking novice or a seasoned pro, these ideas will add a delicious twist to your next sweet treat.

  • Creamy Cheesecake: Use the cookie crust as a base for a no-bake cheesecake pie. Simply mix vegan cream cheese, sugar, and vanilla extract, pour it into the crust, and chill until set.
  • Ice Cream Birthday Cake: Fill the crust with softened vegan ice cream, smoothing the top. Freeze until firm, then slice and serve with your favorite toppings.
  • Chocolate Cream Pie: Make a chocolate cream pie by filling the cookie crust with a rich chocolate pudding or chocolate mousse filling, then topping it with vegan whipped cream.
  • Fruit Tart: Arrange sliced fruits like strawberries, kiwi, and blueberries on top of a cookie crust lined with whipped vegan heavy cream for a colorful and refreshing dessert.
  • Spiced Pumpkin Pie: Use the cookie crust as a base for a delicious pumpkin pie filling. Bake according to the pumpkin pie recipe you prefer.
  • Key Lime Pie: Fill the cookie crust with a tangy key lime filling made from vegan condensed milk, canned coconut cream, and fresh key lime juice, then bake until set.
  • S’mores Pie: Layer the cookie crust with vegan chocolate chips, vegan marshmallows, and graham cracker crumbs, then bake until the marshmallows are golden brown and gooey.

Oreo Pie Crust Recipe FAQs

Can I make this pie crust gluten-free?

Yes! You certainly can. Simply substitute with a gluten-free cookie and follow the same exact directions. You can use Gluten-Free Oreos, Kinnikinnick KinniToos, Trader Joe’s Gluten-Free Joe-Joe’s, and Glutino’s Chocolate Vanilla Creme Cookies. All of these are vegan-friendly, too.

I don’t like chocolate Oreos. Is there another option I can use for this crust?

Actually, you can use any type of cookie you like! The ratio of “dry” cookie crumbles and vegan butter is what’s most important. Feel free to try baking some of our vegan cookie recipes and using any leftovers for a pie crust!

Is it possible to make this crust ahead of time? How do I store the crust until I’m ready to use it?

Yes, this crust can be made up to 3 months ahead of time. If you have a pie pan that you don’t mind keeping in the freezer, this is a great way to have crust ready and waiting for any occasion. You can also prepare the crust, wrap tightly in plastic wrap, and keep it in the fridge for 2-3 days.

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Oreo Pie Crust

5 from 7 votes
Let this two-ingredient cookie pie crust dazzle your family and friends! It's not only simple and easy to make, but incredibly delicious. Pie crust perfection!
A slice of ice cream cake made with oreo pie crust.
Prep Time 5 minutes
Chill Time 15 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes
Servings 16 slices


  • food processor or ziploc bag with rolling pin
  • 8" Springform Pan or 9" pie plate
  • Plastic Wrap or kitchen cloth for covering crust while it chills


  • 1 14.3 ounce package Oreos, or nutter butters, or any vegan cream filled sandwich cookies
  • ½ cup vegan butter, at room temperature


  • In the bowl of a food processor, combine the whole package of cookies and the vegan butter. Process until thoroughly combined.
  • Line a springform pan (8 inches wide × 3½ inches deep) with parchment paper. To do so, cut one piece of parchment to the size of the bottom of the pan, and cut another strip to wrap around the sides.
  • Using your hands, evenly press the cookie mixture into a thin layer on the bottom of the pan.
  • Cover tightly with plastic wrap and let chill in the fridge for at least 15 minutes or overnight. When needed, remove the plastic wrap, add pie filling, and bake (or chill) as directed.


  • If making a vegan ice cream cake, use this presentation tip – “If presentation is important and you want clean lines, then pop the bottom layer of vanilla ice cream back into the freezer to firm up before adding the next layer of ice cream on top.” —Emily R.
  • If sensitive or allergic to gluten, substitute with gluten-free sandwich cookies.
  • You can freeze the crust for up to 3 months by carefully wrapping in plastic wrap and adding to a freezer safe bag or container. Allow to thaw in the fridge overnight.


Calories: 163kcal | Carbohydrates: 18g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 10g | Saturated Fat: 2g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 2g | Monounsaturated Fat: 5g | Trans Fat: 1g | Sodium: 140mg | Potassium: 59mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 10g | Vitamin A: 0.5IU | Calcium: 5mg | Iron: 3mg
Course — Baked Good
Cuisine — American
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Recipe Rating

  1. 5 stars
    This is so easy and delicious! Love that Oreos are vegan 🙂

  2. 5 stars
    I couldn’t believe how easy this oreo pie crust was to make — with only 2 ingredients! SO tasty too!

  3. Andrea White says:

    5 stars
    love this oreo pie crust! so good!

  4. 5 stars
    I never knew making a cookie crust could be so easy and yummy! Love this recipe

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