Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Lets Celebrate The Royal Baby with a No-Bake Oreo Lasagna Pie

Today I decided to post my special sweet recipe in the happiness of  Prince Williams and Kate's new Baby Boy. We Should all Celebrate Shouldn't we? After all a new King Is Born.

This recipe was taught to me by a good friend, about 10 years ago I did make a few slight changes to the recipe within the years, but every time my family and I eat this  Oreo Lasagna pie it bring's back so much memories. Memories of laughter, Happiness, and joy, and the best part of this recipe is NO BAKING So I would like to share this recipe with all of you today..To bring Happiness to your hearts, and homes:)

Ingredients you will need for one heck of a Pie

Makes a med size Lasagna pan serves 10 or more, or you can use a 12-15 Inch round pan

1 Package Regular Oreo Cookies (about 36 cookies) Leave out about a cup for top layers
6 Tbs Butter Melted
2 cups of  Cream Cheese Softened
1-4 cup Granulated Sugar
2 table spoon cold Milk
4 cups whip cream (cool whip any brand) Divide in 2 parts
4 cups of  Vanilla Ice Cream

Crush The Oreo cookies, Put them in a Ziploc bag or use a food processor( if your lazy like I did)
Get a lasagna pan and layer the crushed cookies, pushing down with the palm of your hand.
Get your softened butter, and pour this over the Oreo cookie crumbs, put this in the refrigerator for a few minutes while your working on the other half.
In a separate bowl mix  cream cheese, sugar, whip cream, milk, and vanilla Ice Cream.
Mix together for about 2-4 min, to get a nice smooth consistency
Pour The mixture over the crushed cookies smoothing out evenly
Then Layer with crushed cookies
Now put the other portion of  your whipped cream (cool whip) Layer it out
and layer again with the rest of the cookies
Put in the freezer for 1 hour before serving, serve chilled or cold
Digg in with a spoon or a fork:)

Any questions about this yummy desert leave it in the comment box below, and ill get back to you As Soon As Possible, and like us on facebook at Thanks Naz


  1. Wow... Just amazing <3 loving the recipe.. Naz... the best thing is : we celebrated their happiness and it was NO BAKE :D

  2. Hi, how much sugar is it? A quarter cup? And is it normal sugar of caster sugar? Also the cream mixrure is that divided in to two layers?

    Sorry about all the questions and thanks for your time x x x

    1. HI, there anonymous:) No problem with the questions I love helping... 1/4th of a cup(one fourth of a cup) and yes it is normal sugar not caster sugar, yes the cream is divided into two parts, one part you mix into the other ingredients I listed, and one part goes on top of the pie, and then its topped with more crushed cookies... Hope this helps.. Hope you enjoy this recipe its really good.. you can even prepare them in cute wine glasses for a party or gettogethers, your family will love them, That's what my family did for Christmas:)


Thankyou for taking the time out to comment.. Your questions and comments Truly do mean a lot to me.. I will get back to you as soon as possible.. God bless Naz:)