Oreo Pudding Cookies


My parents left last night.  They spent almost 5 days here, it was great having them. Over the weekend my son had his first flag football game.  It wasn’t quite as funny as I thought it would be, but boy do they have a lot of work to do!  It was a double header, and the weather was horrible, but we were out there cheering them on for 2 1/2 hours.  It is amazing how some of the parents take it so seriously.  One of the teams parents were yelling at the refs, and really getting mad about play calls and little things.  They are 6!!!  Just let them have fun!

While my parents were here, my husband and I were able to go out for a much needed date night.  We saw Hunger Games, and went for dinner.  We went to a chain restaurant, which we hadn’t been to in years (never this location).  It was not good.  They were out of one of the things we wanted, we were sat in the bar and the bar tender was our waiter, and the food was bland.  It was disappointing for sure, but still so nice to get out together.

So, now cookies!  I had pinned this recipe awhile ago, so it was finally time to give it a try.  They were soft, and full of Oreo flavor (without actual Oreo’s).  I made these for the teachers at my son’s school.  They made enough for the teachers to get a bunch, I have a few in my freezer, and then a plate full went home with my son’s teacher.  This was the first cookie recipe I have made with pudding.  I have seen a few more, and I know I will be trying them!

Oreo Pudding Cookies
From The Girl Who Ate Everything

1 cup butter, softened
3/4 cup brown sugar
1/4 cup white sugar
1 (4.2 ounce) package instant Oreo Pudding mix
2 1/4 cups flour
1 tsp baking soda
2 eggs
1 tsp vanilla
1/4 tsp salt
1 king sized Hershey’s Cookies N Cream Candy Bar, chopped
2 cups semi-sweet chocolate chips
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.  Line baking sheet with parchment paper or silpat.

Whisk together flour, baking soda, and salt.  Set aside.  Cream together butter, sugar and brown sugar until fluffy.  Blend in pudding mix.  Add eggs and vanilla. Add flour mixture, stir to combine.  Fold in cookies n’ cream and chocolate chips. It will be very thick.   Scoop dough onto lined baking sheet.  Bake for 10 minutes.  Allow to cool for a few minutes before placing on a cooling rack.



  1. I have never heard of Oreo pudding mix. How have I survived without it. I’ll have to see if the USA food people have started importing it. I’d love one of these cookies!

  2. Erin – i bought oreo pudding mix last week to make with cookies soon! great minds think alike. Yours look AWESOME!

  3. How funny, I have had a box of oreo pudding mix for far too long. I keep meaning to make cookies with it, dreaming how good it would be but continue to fail. Inspired now.

  4. Disappointing restaurant trips make me so sad. I feel like I’ve wasted precious money and calories. I’m so sorry! But, way to make up for it with these amazing cookies.

  5. That’s wonderful you got to break free, unfortunate the food was so so. I hate when the hubby and I try to explore a new restaurant, only to find it’s a big disappointment! And I agree, the kidlets are so young! No pressure to make the fun game, no fun! Love love love these cookies!!

  6. I have never seen Oreo pudding mix, but these cookies look wonderful!
    Glad you got a night out, even if the food was disappointing. I have not see that movie yet, but looking forward to it.
    Hope you are having a great week!

  7. a date out w/o kids must have been wonderful even if the service and food wasn’t fantastic

  8. OMG! I didn’t even know they had oreo instant pudding! That is probably something I shouldn’t know! lol These cookies look amazing!!

  9. Oh I am going to have to keep an eye out for oreo pudding to make these! I love pudding cookies.

  10. I bet these are soooo moist and perfectly chewy! They look great, Erin. Just my kind of cookie.

  11. I think my 12 year old just died of happiness at the very thought of these! Now if only Justin Bieber could show up with a platter of them…

  12. Well here’s a chocolate chip cookie combination I haven’t made yet! I can’t wait to give it a try.

  13. These look fantastic! Saving this one for later!

  14. yum, these sound awesome. i will definitely have to try these soon!

  15. These cookies have captured my eye – cookies and cream means I will always be there 😀

    Choc Chip Uru

  16. Wow these look YUM Erin!!!
    Now i have to look out for oreo pudding mix, I have never tried it…

    B/W glad you had ur little time out with ur hubby….

  17. I didn’t even know Oreo pudding mix existed. These look great, bet you can really taste the Oreo. Date nights are always a fun time.

  18. This look delicious! I have heard putting pudding mix in cookies makes it moist, now I will def have to try it.

    Sorry about your restaurant experience but at least you got some time with the husband!

  19. Oh my these sound amazing!! What a great cookie recipe! :)

  20. –Can’t wait to make these little sins <3 WOW

  21. Marie Valum says:

    These cookies sound yummy!

  22. Oh, these sound delish! I have a friend who raves about her chocolate chip cookies made with a pudding mix….maybe I need to try both of these recipes :)

  23. These look fantastic.. I have made recipes with pudding mixes before and it really does enhance the dish! Just found your blog too, glad I did :)

  24. These look fantastic. I have to keep a lot out for Oreo pudding mix. :)

  25. Oooh, pudding cookies – sounds dangerously addictive!
    I’m glad you had a date. How did you like the movie?

  26. Sounds like you had a good week! And what a way to end it with these cookies! Yum! I’ve seen a lot of pudding based cookies that I wanted to try but this definitely tops them all! Oreo pudding & my fav candy bar – cookies & cream mmmm….so drooling over here. Great recipe!

  27. I love date nights out with my husband, but sometimes I’m more content to stay and cook at home. I know the meal will be good! This is the perfect dessert for a date night at home…seriously. My husband will love it :)

  28. Oreo pudding mix?! You are a genius!

  29. The one thing I would like if we lived closer to family would be having them watch the kids for date night. Too bad yours wasn’t what you’d hoped, but I agree, it’s still nice just to get out. These cookies look fantastic! I would totally love a few right now while I catch up on blogs :)

  30. I love cookies that have the pudding in them they are so delicious, glad you enjoyed your parents and good luck to you son with the flag football.

  31. These look delicious and soft! Xxx

  32. They look awesome and I keep seeing this recipe and similar around the sphere and on Pinterest…and I want to halve the batch because it sounds like it makes a ton! But not that leftovers are bad :)

  33. Oh, wow! These look amazing!

  34. Aw, sorry your parents are gone. It’s so much fun to see our kids with our parents, isn’t it? Great cookies too!

  35. Yah to date night. And yah to grandparents being able to spend time with the kids. Mine never see theirs. It stinks. Yah to oreo cookies too. These look so good.

  36. Oreo pudding is the bomb! And those cookies look even better than that!!! Yea for a fun date night…you need those every so often to recharge!!! I’ll take some cookies to recharge right now though:-)

  37. I just noticed oreo pudding mix in the store last week and so wanted to buy it. These cookies look awesome! Glad you and the hubby got to have a date night, but that stinks that the food wasn’t good!

  38. Just discovered your site and so glad I did. These look amazing and I can’t wait to try them.

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