Oreo Banana Cream Pie is a great no-bake pie recipe. Oreo cookie crust, bananas, pudding, whip topping & toasted coconut in a super easy & tasty dessert.
Looking for a simple & yet delicious dessert recipe? If you love banana & chocolate- this is your lucky day. I was going through my pantry & made a comment to the hubs that I had a whole lot of banana pudding mix. He said I should make him a banana cream pie with it all. So that’s exactly what I did – only I made two. One was with a graham cracker crust & then the other was with this oreo pie crust I had as well….and the Oreo Banana Cream Pie was born.
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I would typically bake one of my easy pie crust recipes & do a traditional banana cream pie. But I had these ready made crusts in there & wow that made these come together so quickly.
Oreo Banana Cream Pie
That’s it! Easy right? I love making several of these to bring to all our outdoor gatherings in these warm months.
Everyone loves it!
I’m telling you – this was SO YUMMY!!!
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Oreo Banana Cream Pie
- 1 8oz tub whip topping -thawed
- 1 Oreo cookie pie crust
- 2 boxes instant banana pudding
- 2/5 cups cold milk
- 2 bananas
- 1/4 cup toasted coconut
- Cut bananas into slices & layer them across the bottom of the pie crust
- In a large bowl add pudding mix & milk - whisk well for approx 2 minutes
- Stir in 1/2 the whip topping just until blended
- Pour into pie crust on top of your banana slices
- Spread remaining whip topping over the top
- Sprinkle with toasted coconut
- Place in freezer to set
- Allow to thaw 15-20 minutes before serving
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