Mint Oreo Lasagna
This Mint Oreo Lasagna is a no bake Oreo dessert with layers of mint, chocolate, and whipped topping. It’s an easy no bake dessert recipe that is the perfect recipe for St. Patrick’s Day!
Mint Oreo Lasagna
This easy Mint Oreo Lasagna is a minty twist on a dessert my grandma made me when I was a kid. Her version started with a simple crust made with butter, flour, and pecans, and layers of cream cheese, chocolate pudding, and Cool Whip. I’ve changed it up a little over time and one of my favorite versions of the recipe uses Mint Oreos as the crust.
MINT OREO LASAGNA
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Note: This post may contain affiliate links. That means if you click on a link and make a purchase we may receive a small commission. Thank you!It’s a delicious no bake dessert recipe that starts the way anything involving Oreos should, by dunking them in milk. Then you mix cream cheese, confectioner’s sugar, Cool Whip, mint extract, and a few drops of green food coloring together. Layer that on top of the cookies. On top of that put a layer of chocolate pudding, and finish it off with a layer of Cool Whip sprinkled with crushed mint Oreos. Cover the dish and put it in the refrigerator for an hour or two, or overnight, to let the cookies get nice and soft, and then serve!
I’m hungry all over again just looking at this. Chocolate and mint is an awesome combination, add cream cheese and Oreos to that and you have an irresistible dessert. I know grandma would have been proud :).
Tips for making Mint Oreo Lasagna:
- This recipe is super flexible. Try out different flavors of Oreos with different pudding flavors.
- If you don’t like to use Cool Whip you can substitute stabilized whipped cream.
- Make this a day ahead of time. The longer it sits in the refrigerator the softer the Oreos are.
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Mint Oreo Layered Dessert
- 1 package Mint oreos
- 1 c Milk
- 16 oz Cool whip
- 8 oz Cream cheese, softened
- 1/2 c Confectioner's sugar
- 1/4 tsp Mint extract
- 4 drops Green food coloring
- 1 box Chocolate pudding, , large + Milk as required in instruction on the box
- Make pudding according to directions on the box. Put it in the refrigerator until it has set.
- Dunk each Oreo in milk and place it in the bottom of a casserole dish.
- Mix 8 ounces of Cool Whip, cream cheese, confectioner's sugar, mint extract, and food coloring, together until smooth.
- Spread mixture over the cookies.
- Spread pudding over the cream cheese mixture layer.
- Top with the remaining 8 ounces of Cool Whip and sprinkle the top with crushed mint Oreos.
- Put it in the refrigerator and let sit for at least 1 hour.
- Serve and enjoy!
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Uhhhm, YES! This looks AMAZING.
Thanks Morgan is was delish!
my grandma made the same thing, and it was always my favorite. but I am LOVING the mint here
It was so good!
You just combined my two of my Absolute Favorites in the world! Can’t wait to try making your recipe myself! YUM!
What size casserole did you use?
It was a 13″ L x 9″ W 3 qt. baking dish
What is green extract?
Hi Bethany, it’s green food coloring.
In the ingredients you say 1 16oz tub of cool whip. You mix the cool whip with cream cheese etc and put that on top of the cookies. Further into the recipe you say top with a layer of cool whip. Where is the extra cool whip coming from? You don’t say to separate the 16oz container so either your ingredient list is wrong or your instructions are wrong
Never mind the normal containers are 8oz. 🙂 sorry for my confusion
Thanks for pointing that out. I’ve made the instructions clearer in case someone buys the larger tub of Cool Whip.
This one looks like a winner!
Did you use instant or cook and serve pudding?
We used instant pudding.
Does cream cheese need to be room temp or just soften
The cream cheese should be room temp or soften to be combined with the cool whip and sugar.
423,000 calories? Surely not 😳😬
I’m assuming you are referring to the kcal unit? If so the “calorie” we refer to in food is actually kilocalorie. One (1) kilocalorie is the same as one (1) Calorie (uppercase C). A kilocalorie is the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one kilogram of water one degree Celsius.