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Cheesecake Oreo Banana Pudding

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Our favorite no bake cheesecake oreo banana pudding recipe ohsweetbasil.com

Have you ever heard of Not Yo Mama’s Banana Pudding? It’s a Paula Deen recipe and it is delicious! We also love our famous dulce de leche banana cream pie based off of that recipe. But really, it’s fantastic. Well, this cheesecake oreo banana pudding is the next big thing. I wonder, why don’t we choose to eat more pudding?

Our favorite no bake cheesecake oreo banana pudding recipe ohsweetbasil.com

We tend to be very cookie, brownie and ice cream oriented people. Well, Cade is an ice cream lover, let’s be honest. But we never really make pudding. It definitely is something we need to change because there’s something so delicious about pudding that we quickly forget or choose to ignore because baked goods get all the hype.

Our favorite no bake cheesecake oreo banana pudding recipe ohsweetbasil.com

But this pudding is even better than her friends. This one is a rich, cheesecake flavor with golden oreos. Oh, sweet mercy. It is divine! Our kids just love it and we do too!! We just can’t wait to try out different variations. My mind is totally going crazy with them. Oh, and I just thought of another so please excuse me while I jot it down before I forget.

Can Banana Pudding Be Frozen?

Pudding, is safe to be stored in the freezer.

Cover tightly and store in the freezer for up to 3 months.

Can You Eat Bananas If The Peel Is Black?

When a banana is overripe, or has been stored in the refrigerator, the peel will turn black and they may not look very appetizing.

When stored in the refrigerator, the peel may turn black but the banana may be just the perfect ripeness, and quite good to eat.

Even overripe bananas are very good for our health.

An overripe banana is rich in antioxidants, which are beneficial in preventing or delaying cell damage in one’s body.

Cheesecake Oreo Banana Pudding

Our favorite no bake cheesecake oreo banana pudding recipe ohsweetbasil.com

Cheesecake Oreo Banana Pudding

4.41 from 5 votes
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
Servings: 9 -12 servings

Ingredients

  • 2 cups whole milk
  • 1 5 ounce package cheesecake instant pudding
  • 1 can 14 ounces sweetened condensed milk
  • 8 ounces cream cheese softened
  • 8 ounce container Cool Whip
  • 3-5 bananas sliced
  • 1 package Golden Oreos

Instructions

  • In a bowl, whisk together the milk and pudding powder, set aside.
  • In another bowl, using a handheld mixer, combine the sweetened condensed milk and cream cheese until smooth.
  • Fold in the cool whip and then fold in the pudding.
  • In a 9x13" baking dish, layer the oreos across the bottom, top with banana slices, pudding and repeat layers ending with crushed oreos on top.
  • Chill for 30 minutes before serving.
  • See note

Notes

This can be covered with plastic wrap and kept in the fridge all day if needed.
Nutrition Facts
Cheesecake Oreo Banana Pudding
Amount Per Serving (1 g)
Calories 486
% Daily Value*
Cholesterol 57mg19%
Carbohydrates 60.9g20%
Fiber 2.1g9%
Sugar 44.3g49%
Protein 8.6g17%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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35 comments

  • Its a lot simpler if you just take a bite of banana and eat a vanilla oreo – if you close your eyes you will think it is the real thing (and always fresh and crunchy).

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    • haha, sounds like a good option!

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  • I just found your recipes!! EACH ONE LOOKS DELICIOUS. ? I can’t wait to try them. Could you please add me to any mailing list you might have? Thank you so much.

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    • He Teresa, absolutely and thank you so much!!

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  • I never comment on recipes but I have to this time. Was about to make our favorite banana pudding for our Memorial Day BBQ but didn’t have enough vanilla pudding or wafers. But had Golden Oreos, Cheesecake pudding and everything else and thought about swapping them for my vanilla ingredients. Then decided to look on Pinterest for an alternative. This is the first recipe I found and I have everything I need to make it and it is almost identical to what I had planned to try anyway! I am so excited to try it in the next 15 minutes! Thanks for posting and saving me a lot of hassle! The recipe I had planned to use for my usual banana pudding even calls for condensed milk. I can’t believe how lucky this post and me finding it was! Have a great Memorial Day and don’t forget to remember those who fought to ensure the freedoms we all enjoy today!

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    • Thanks Melissa! I hope it was great!

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  • I so want to make this but I am scared that the bananas will turn dark as I will bring making it the day before. Do they?

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    • They hold up pretty well under the pudding but they will darken slightly.

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  • sweet froot vegetable

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  • Can I make this the night before an afternoon BBQ?

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    • Absolutely. It holds up quite well however if you don’t like the cookies to break down you’ll want to make and serve asap. I love banana puddings and the fact that the oreos aren’t crunchy the next day doesn’t bother me at all.

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  • I found your page on another website and made this last night. It is soon delicious! I think I may make it again for my office. I did have a lot of leftover filling though, and I’m pretty sure I’m using the same size bowl as you. I wonder if I did something wrong.

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    • Hi Victoria,
      I’ve wondered if that picture is deceiving, the bowl is actually larger than a regular glass bowl. I wish it had a darn measurement on it. Maybe I need to bust out the measuring tape. So happy you liked it though! We do too and it’s so simple!

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  • Do you happen to know the nutrition facts for this dessert.It would be much helpful.thanks

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    • I don’t, I’m sorry. That’s not an area I know enough about to post the facts. I’m sure there’s an online calculator somewhere that would help. 🙂

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  • Can I make this in a graham cracker pie crust?

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    • Absolutely! We do it alllll the time. In fact if you google our dulce de leche banana cream pie that one is amazing!

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  • I made this for a dinner party and it was a HUGE hit. I crushed up the oreos instead of putting them in whole. I also used real whipped cream and vanilla pudding. A++

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    • We love to use real whipped cream too. And love the crushed oreos idea!

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  • In directions it says… 9×13 but pics show round bowl – which is better OR does it matter?

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    • Hi Sandy,
      I’ve found that most people don’t have a large enough flat bottom bowl, instead most just have mixing bowls so we tend to stick with the 9×13. But, if you do have one go for it. It really doesn’t matter. 🙂

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      • Thanks for your quick response AND setting me straight. 🙂

      • No prob! Wish we were neighbors and I could snag some 🙂 I don’t know why, but I just love it!!

  • Carrian, you are the best ! Keep those sweet recipes coming and I’ll be coming over with a great bottle of red wine and be B.F.F. Do you go by Carrian or Carri

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    • Either is great 🙂 How about water? I’m a water girl 😉

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  • Is it better to wait longer than 30 minutes so the cookies can soften? Or are they suppose to be crispy? Looks fantastic!

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    • I like it both ways so I guess it’s up to you!

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  • we have no golden oreo here in the Philippines.. 🙁

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    • what?! That’s just sad! If you have regular or Lorna Doones you could try those!

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  • This looks incredible! Wish I had a big bowl right now!

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  • I don’t make pudding very often either, but my husband loves it and would go nuts for this version! All of his favorite things in one!

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  • Ok what does fold mean?? To mix??

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    • When you fold something, instead of just stirring, you take the spatula and drag it under the pudding, then bring it up the other side of the bowl and fold the pudding over the top. Then turn the bowl and do it again. 🙂

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  • Oh my heck Carrian! I need this in my life. Right. Now.

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    • I don’t know why, but it’s so good!

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