Individual Frozen Oreo Strawberry Pies

Individual Frozen Oreo Strawberry Pies, cute little no-bake pies made with the most delicious creamy filling, crunchy Oreo crust, and fresh strawberries that will have your entire family hooked and craving for more!

These individual frozen Oreo strawberry pies are absolutely the most delicious dessert you might ever try. Making these cuties might have been my biggest addiction.

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Individual Frozen Oreo Strawberry Pies Recipe

You have a creamy texture, with this mixture of flavors from the Oreos, the strawberries and all the other ingredients that make this dessert one of a kind.

I really have to say, I don’t know how I didn’t try this earlier and now I don’t know how I’m gonna stop thinking about what flavors to use in the next one.

It’s really simple to make. I got hooked on 2 recipes from Dana of This Silly Girl’s Life: Individual Frozen Key Lime Pies and Chocolate Covered Strawberry Icebox Bars. I knew right away I had to make them. Not sure why it took me so long.

The thing is that I wanted to make the individuals kind but I also wanted to use strawberries. So what did I do? A mix of both ideas LOL.

closer shot of Individual Frozen Oreo Strawberry Pies with a spoonful of dessert

This recipe could be the perfect recipe for your Valentine’s Day romantic dinner, family gathering, or any day in summer that you might want to add a refreshing and flavorful combo to your day. This recipe screams summer all over it!!! Hope you try it!

Did I mention these are super duper easy?

Yes, absolutely! No bake. Crumble up some chocolate Oreo crackers, mix some cream cheese, whipped topping, strawberry pure, sweetened condensed milk, and BAM. Perfection.

How to make Individual Frozen Oreo Strawberry Pies

Whip up a batch of heavenly Individual Frozen Oreo Strawberry Pies. These cute sweet treats combine the crunch of Oreos with the sweetness of strawberries. Perfect for a delightful summer indulgence!

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Ingredients:

  • Chocolate Oreo cookies – crushed
  • Butter – at room temperature.
  • Cream cheese – at room temperature.
  • Sweetened condensed milk
  • Whipped topping or whipped heavy cream.
  • Strawberries
  • Vanilla extract

Tools:

  • Electric mixer
  • Food processor
  • Silicon cupcakes liners

Instructions:

Firstly, mix crushed Oreos into fine crumbs with your food processor.

Then add in the melted butter. I did it with my hands.

Set aside.

cenital view of mix crushed Oreos with butter

With an electric mixer and a medium bowl, cream the cream cheese until light and fluffy (about 2 minutes).

Add in the condensed milk and strawberry puree.

Mix until well combined.

Add in the whipped topping folding it in until well combined.

Using silicon cupcakes liners fill each with the cream cheese mixture about ¾ of the way up.

view of silicon cupcakes liners fill each with the cream cheese mixture

Top with the Oreo crumbs and place the sheet tray or cupcake tray in the freezer until it sets (about 4 hours or overnight).

silicon cupcakes liners fill each with the cream cheese mixture and top with the Oreo crumbs

Unmold pies carefully and serve them with Oreo crumbs side down.

The easiest and best way to do it is to submerge the bottom half of each mold into warm water for a few seconds.

Serve with whipped topping or whipped cream, strawberry, and chocolate sauce as a garnish.

Enjoy!

A more open shot of one Individual Frozen Oreo Strawberry Pie in front and 3 behind

You will so enjoy each bite of these Individual Frozen Oreo Strawberry Pies as your dessert. I actually had 2 at once LOL.

It’s so delicious!

45 degree angle shot of one Individual Frozen Oreo Strawberry Pie with a spoonful of dessert

Recipe Tips

  • To ensure your whipped cream reaches its fullest potential, place your mixing bowl and whisk in the freezer for a few minutes before whipping.
  • To prevent the crust from becoming soggy, consider adding a thin layer of melted chocolate between the crust and the filling. It acts as a barrier, keeping the crust crisp.
  • You can make each bite burst with strawberry flavor strategically placing sliced or chopped strawberries inside the pie filling. This way, every slice will have a vibrant pop of fruitiness.
  • Easy removal trick: Before serving, briefly dip the bottom of each pie in warm water. This will help loosen the frozen treat from the mold, allowing for effortless removal without compromising the pie’s shape.
  • For an extra touch of elegance, top each pie with a dollop of whipped cream and a fresh strawberry slice. It adds a visually appealing element and enhances the overall taste experience.
  • Elevate your presentation even more by drizzling melted chocolate, caramel sauce, or strawberry syrup over the top of each frozen pie. It makes them look even more irresistible.

Variations and alternatives

While Oreos are a classic choice, you can get creative and use other cookies too such as graham crackers, chocolate chip cookies, or even shortbread would make great alternatives.

You can use mixed red berries instead of just strawberries.

You can choose between whipped cream and whipped topping for the recipe. the difference will be that whipped topping tends to be sweeter and may have a slightly different texture compared to homemade whipped cream.

45 degree angle shot of one Individual Frozen Oreo Strawberry Pie in front and 3 behind

Leftovers and Storing

If you happen to have any leftovers (which is rare because they’re so delicious!), wrap each pie (still in the silicon cupcakes liners) tightly in plastic wrap or place them in an airtight container before returning them to the freezer. They should keep well for up to a week.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I use store-bought Oreo crumbs instead of crushing whole Oreos?

Absolutely! While crushing whole Oreos adds a homemade touch and a fresher flavor, store-bought Oreo crumbs work just fine too. Just make sure to measure the required amount accurately.

Can I use frozen strawberries instead of fresh ones?

Fresh strawberries definitely work best for this recipe as they have a firmer texture and brighter flavor. However, if you only have frozen strawberries on hand, make sure to thaw and drain them well before using to avoid excess moisture in the pies.

Can I substitute whipped cream with whipped topping?

Yes, you can substitute whipped cream with whipped topping if you prefer. Keep in mind that whipped topping tends to be sweeter and may have a slightly different texture compared to homemade whipped cream.

Can I make these pies in advance?

Absolutely! These individual frozen pies are perfect for preparing in advance. Simply assemble the pies, cover them tightly, and store them in the freezer until you’re ready to serve. They can be made a day or two ahead for convenience.

How long do these pies need to freeze before serving?

It’s recommended to freeze the pies for at least 4-6 hours, or preferably overnight, to ensure they are fully set and hold their shape when served.

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Cute and Delicious Individual Frozen Oreo Strawberry Pies

Individual Frozen Oreo Strawberry Pies

Camila
These individual frozen Oreo strawberry pies are absolutely the most delicious dessert you might ever try. Making these cuties might have been my biggest addiction.
5 from 16 votes
Prep Time 20 minutes
Sitting time 4 hours
Total Time 4 hours 20 minutes
Course Dessert
Cuisine Traditional
Servings 18
Calories 203 kcal

Equipment

  • Electric mixer
  • Food processor

Ingredients
  

  • 24-26 Oreos crushed
  • ½ stick of butter room temperature.
  • 8 oz cream cheese room temperature.
  • 1 can Sweetened condensed milk
  • 8 oz whipped topping or whipped heavy cream.
  • 6 oz pureed strawberries {about 10-12 strawberries depending on the size of the strawberries}

Instructions
 

  • Mix crushed Oreos with butter. I did it with my hands. Set aside.
  • With a mixer, cream the cream cheese until light and fluffy {about 2 minutes}. 
  • Add in the condensed milk and strawberry puree.  Mix until well combined. 
  • Add in the whipped topping folding it in until well combined. 
  • Using silicon cupcakes liners fill each with the cream cheese mixture about ¾ of the way up. 
  • Top with the Oreo crumbs and place the sheet tray or cupcake tray in the freezer until it sets {about 4 hours}.
  • Unmold pies carefully and serve them with Oreo crumbs side down. Following Dana’s instructions, the easiest and best way to do it is submerging the bottom half of each mold into warm water for a few seconds.  
  • Serve with whipped topping or whipped cream and strawberry as garnish.
  • Enjoy!
Keyword frozen dessert, frozen pies, Oreo recipe, Oreo Strawberry pies, strawberry recipe

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24 Comments

  1. Looks lovely. But I was wondering if there would be any alternatives to the silicone cups? Say ramekins or just cupcake tins… I’d really like to make this!

    1. Hi Thank you so much, glad you like it. I think the easiest way is the silicon. I haven’t used anything else but I asked my friend who is an expert on this and she said she would suggest the cupcake tin with liners and people they would have to tear them off. As far as comment on that, people say it doesn’t stick. But as I said, I have never done it that way. So if you do, please let me know how it goes!
      Hugs

  2. 5 stars
    yum! I love all mini foods, and dessert is my favorite of all! This looks great!

  3. 5 stars
    I am so glad you decided to mix the two, it looks absolutely fantastic. And your photos and plating are lovely.

    1. Thank you so much Rachael! I was crazy about those 2 recipes from Dana. I couldn’t decide so I mixed them both LOL! Glad you liked it!!! XOXO

  4. 5 stars
    I’m so excited to try these! They look delicious and not that hard to make. They would be the perfect dessert for Valentines.

    1. Awww THANK YOU so much Kelly, You words are so much appreciated! So happy that you like this dessert!!!
      Hugs