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Gluten-free Dairy-free Oreo Pie - No-bake, egg-free, nut-free. 6 ingredients and only 15 minutes prep!,

This gluten-free, dairy-free, nut-free, egg-free Oreo Pie is SO dang easy to make! It takes only 5 ingredients and 15 minutes prep yet delivers big on taste and presentation. That’s what we call WINNING people!

I totally grew up loving on the Oreo dessert in a box (anyone else?!), as I loved all things Oreo. I’m thrilled that this one delivers a similar creamy delicious texture with more nutrient-dense ingredients, thanks to the NEW gluten-free Oreos. If you can’t find those near you, you can use any gluten-free chocolate sandwich type cookie, I included in the recipe how many cookies are needed. Though we don’t like them as much as the GF Oreos, we used to get the Glutino brand at Walmart that is GF/DF too.

My Oreo Pie required minimal work, just a little bit of blending and pouring. Also, it is flexible and can be made in a pie pan, springform pan, or 9×9 pan. Use what you have available.

The pie gets its thickness from gelatin that is easily just blended into the filling. I use simple/affordable plain gelatin packets from the Jello aisle, but there are some great grass-fed gelatin out there like from Vital Proteins.

A great treat for any gathering, family dinner, or just because it’s so easy!

Ingredients
  • Gluten-free Oreos – No, regular Oreos are NOT gluten-free, but they do have a Gluten-free variety made by the Oreo brand now. Wahoo! I get mine at Walmart or Target. All Oreos are vegan, so dairy-free! You are also welcome to use an equal amount of another chocolate sandwich cookie that works for you. For a Paleo option, I recommend Simple Mills
  • Coconut Oil or Ghee – Measured after you melt it!
  • Coconut creme – No, canned coconut creme is not the same as canned coconut milk. It’s higher in healthy fats and its ability to get solid. Make sure you are using canned coconut CREME or you will have a sad soupy mess. I prefer this one by Thai Kitchen that I find at Walmart. I don’t find the coconut flavor overpowering, but you can always add 1 teaspoon mint extract to the filling to mask the coconut.
  • Honey – I can’t recommend a swap here, as the thickness of honey helps it hold together. But if you try one that works, drop it in the comment!
  • Powdered Gelatin – You might not know this, but you can usually find unflavored gelatin packets in the Jell-O aisle! There are better sourced gelatin like from Vital Proteins, if you prefer, but the affordable store brand works for us!
  • Vanilla – Pure vanilla extract is ideal, and also sometimes it’s dang pricey. Imitation vanilla extract works too!

 

Gluten-free Dairy-free Oreo Pie - No-bake, egg-free, nut-free. 6 ingredients and only 15 minutes prep!,

Gluten-free Dairy-free Oreo Pie (with Paleo option!)

Autumn @wholefoodfor7
An EASY no-bake dairy-free dessert that looks fancy but is so easy to make!
4.72 from 7 votes
Prep Time 15 minutes
Chill time 4 hours
Total Time 4 hours 15 minutes
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Servings 8 people
Calories 232 kcal

Ingredients
 

Oreo Crust

  • 1 13.29 oz package Regular Gluten-free Oreos, about 33 cookies Use 2 boxes Simple Mills Chocolate Sandwich Cookies for Paleo
  • 1/3 cup melted coconut oil or ghee

Oreo Filling

  • 2 15oz can coconut cream, whole can at room temperature unsweetened, full-fat
  • 1/3 cup honey
  • 3 tablespoons powdered gelatin or 4 0.25 individual packets
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla or mint, if making the mint variation
  • 16 Gluten-Free Oreos Use 1 box Simple Mills Chocolate Sandwich Cookies for Paleo
  • Dairy-free whipped cream and additional cookies + cookie crumbs for topping, if desired

Instructions
 

Oreo Crust

  • In food processor or blender, pulse the package of Oreos into fine crumbs. Add the melted coconut oil or ghee until well combined.
  • Spread Oreo crumb mixture into a 9" pie tin, 9" springform pan, or 9x9 square cake pan. If using the cake pan, I found it easiest to first line it with parchment or foil sprayed with cooking oil for easy removal. Press the crumbs down firmly - I did this by placing a piece of parchment over it and then pushing down hard with my hand.
  • Put in the fridge while you make the filling.

Oreo Filling

  • In a food processor or blender, pour coconut creams, honey, and vanilla. Sprinkle gelatin powder on top and wait 5 minutes, allowing the gelatin to "bloom," or absorb moisture and swell in size (for better texture). Blend until smooth. *If you have a high powered blender like a Vitamix, only blend at lower speeds or this will turn weirdly chunky and can't be fixed.
  • Separately, in a resuable zip top bag, smash the remaining 16 Oreos. I don't recommend blending these into the creamy mixture, as it will result in a gray, bumpy texture that still tastes great but doesn't look as nice. We like these smashed into fairly large chunks.
  • Gently stir the smashed Oreos into the creamy mixture. Pour on top of the crust and refrigerate for 4 hours or overnight. If you are in a rush, it's decently set at 1 hour, but will hold up much better after 4 hours. Top with coconut whipped cream and additional cookie crumbs and cookies, if desired (pictured)
  • Refrigerate leftovers in the fridge for up to 1 week or freeze for up to 3 months.

Video

Notes

MINT VARIATION: Use an equal amount of mint extract instead of vanilla. Optional to use mint Gluten-free Oreos. You can use natural green food coloring for a fun St. Patrick's Day version if desired! 
PALEO: Use Simple Mills Chocolate Sandwich Cookies instead of Oreos, in an equal amount.
Nutrition information does not include whipped cream or any other toppings. 

Nutrition

Calories: 232kcalCarbohydrates: 29gProtein: 4gFat: 12gSaturated Fat: 6gPolyunsaturated Fat: 1gMonounsaturated Fat: 4gTrans Fat: 0.01gCholesterol: 19mgSodium: 100mgPotassium: 66mgFiber: 1gSugar: 21gVitamin A: 0.5IUVitamin C: 0.1mgCalcium: 7mgIron: 3mg
Keyword budget-friendly, dairy-free, dessert, easy, egg-free, gluten-free, kid-friendly, nut-free, paleo, plant-based, vegan
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34 Comments

  1. Hello,
    How much of the non dairy whipped cream do I use as the recipe does not say.

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    • Hello! The dairy-free whipped cream is optional as a topping, and the amount is up to you. Per the photo, I just used a dollop of about 2 tablespoons per slice on top of each slice of the pie. So, 1-1/2 cups should be sufficient for that. Hope you make and enjoy this recipe!

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  2. I can’t wait to try the recipe! Do you drain the liquid from the coconut cream or combine with the solid?

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    • Hi! Great question. You do use the whole can of coconut cream, so don’t drain the liquid, just empty the entire cans into the food processor or blender. Hope you enjoy!

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  3. Can I substitute dairy free butter in place of the coconut oil?

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    • Absolutely! Dairy-free butter would work similarly to ghee and would work in this recipe. Enjoy!

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  4. Hi, i’ve only found coconut cream in the smaller cans by Native Forest…the larger can is Coconut milk. Is the Thai Kitchen brand all coconut cream? i didn’t think they made a 15oz can of pure cream. Lmk thx and where you buy it pls?

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    • Hi! Yes, Thai Kitchen brand I can find at Walmart, Target, or Winco and is a 13.66 oz can of just coconut cream. You can see an example here: https://bit.ly/3GNO9A6

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  5. Hi. Would it be ok to add green food coloring to the filling to make this for St Patrick’s day? Thanks!

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    • That’s a brilliant idea! Yes, that would be so fun! You could even add a 1/2 teaspoon mint extract if you wanted to match the green look. Love it!

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  6. Where do you buy the GF Oreos? I’m planning on making this tonight for a friends birthday

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    • I find them at Target, Walmart, and Winco locally to me. Hope that helps and it’s enjoyed!

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  7. 5 stars
    I made this for a customer who is vegan and GF. I used agar agar powder and maple syrup, topped with coconut cream. It’s delicious. This recipe is a keeper for sure.

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  8. Wouldn’t the filling in the Oreos be dairy?

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    • Hi! Oreos are actually vegan, so no dairy in them. Which means the GF Oreos are both gluten-free and dairy-free, wahoo!

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  9. This pie is delicious! It is almost too sweet though, would it help if I used only 1 can of the coconut cream. Or you said you use unsweetened coconut cream?

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    • Yes, use unsweetened coconut cream, but you can add less honey if you want to decrease the sweetness. : )

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      • 5 stars
        We omit the honey all together and it’s still delicious!

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  10. Should I dissolve gelatinous in water before adding.?

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    • No, no need on this one! You literally just toss it all into the blender and blend and then the gelatin will help it thicken in the fridge. Super easy!

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  11. Any idea what dairy products I could use in lieu of the coconut cream?

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    • I don’t have a good substitute for the coconut cream for this one, unless you can do dairy and heavy whipped cream.

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  12. For the Oreo crust do you take the cream out of the cookies first?

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    • No, I use the whole cookie! Hope you enjoy : )

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  13. 4 stars
    Am I supposed to use unsweetened or sweetened coconut cream?

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    • I use full fat unsweetened canned coconut cream 🙂. Thai Kitchen is my favorite brand.

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  14. 5 stars
    Can I use canned coconut milk instead of coconut cream?

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    • I haven’t tested it so hard to say. Coconut milk doesn’t have as high of fat content, so it wouldn’t be as thick and may not hold together. It would need more gelatin to counter that and I can’t say without testing how much. I wouldn’t recommend it.

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      • 5 stars
        While we tasted the coconut in the filling, the pie was great. Easy to make and fairly. Thank you for a great recipe that even our non allergen family loved.

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        • I’m so happy it was enjoyed by all, thank you!

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          • Can I use butter instead of coconut oil? No worries about dairy, just gluten and eggs.

          • Yes you could! It would be just an equal amount (1/3 cup) of melted butter (melted, then measured). Enjoy!

  15. 5 stars
    This looks great! Can’t wait to try it!! 😋

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  16. 4 stars
    Love this idea but we tried it and it was too sweet. Gonna try it again without the honey. I’m hopeful!

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