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Low Fat Oreo Fluff Dessert Recipe

Just four ingredients is all you need to make this low fat Oreo fluff dessert recipe. This easy make-ahead dessert is kid-friendly and delicious!

If you love Oreo cookies, have I got a sweet treat idea for you! This low fat Oreo fluff dessert recipe is so many good things. Low fat, no-bake, easy, fast,  and last but not least, delicious. I have seen several versions of this recipe on Pinterest and other recipe sites, but this version is different. I substituted low fat items for the basic ingredients, and the end result is a fluffy, creamy dessert.

Just four ingredients is all you need to make this low fat Oreo fluff dessert recipe. This easy make-ahead dessert is kid-friendly and delicious.

There are two more really nice things about this low fat oreo fluff dessert recipe. The first is that it can (and should) be made a day ahead so it’s perfect for parties or family gatherings. The second is that it lasts in the refrigerator (covered) for up to four days. Chances are it won’t last that long though!

Just four ingredients is all you need to make this low fat Oreo fluff dessert recipe. This easy make-ahead dessert is kid-friendly and delicious.

Low Fat Oreo Fluff Dessert…What is a Fluff?

So what is a fluff? A fluff dessert is a combination of pudding and whipped topping, with other ingredients added for taste and texture. There are an endless number of fluff recipes on Pinterest, but the majority are not low fat. Fluff desserts are creamy, light, and you guessed it…fluffy! They are the perfect way to end any meal, and they make a great after-school snack. 

Click {HERE} for an Orange Fluff Dessert Recipe that’s amazing and addicting!

Just four ingredients is all you need to make this low fat Oreo fluff dessert recipe. This easy make-ahead dessert is kid-friendly and delicious.

Low Fat Oreo Fluff Dessert Recipe

Just four ingredients is all you need to make this low fat Oreo fluff dessert recipe. This easy make-ahead dessert is kid-friendly and delicious.
5 from 1 vote
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Servings: 8 servings

Ingredients

  • 1 small box (1 oz.) sugar free white chocolate instant pudding
  • 2 cups Milk (1% or skim)
  • 1 container (8 oz,) fat free whipped topping
  • 20 reduced fat Oreo cookies (crushed)

Instructions

  • Empty the box of pudding into a large bowl or the bowl of a standing mixer.
  • Add the milk and mix for 2 minutes. Use a whisk or the whisk attachment of the mixer.
  • Fold in the whipped topping.
  • Place the cookies in a ziploc bag and crush with a rolling pin.
  • Add crushed cookies to pudding mixture.
  • Stir until just combined.
  • Refrigerate several hours or overnight, covered.
  • Scoop into ramekins or small bowls to serve. Garnish with mint and an Oreo cookie.
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Just four ingredients is all you need to make this low fat Oreo fluff dessert recipe. This easy make-ahead dessert is kid-friendly and delicious.

I used a two inch scoop and made my serving sizes about 1 1/2 scoops each. I got ten servings from one recipe. A very rough calorie estimate would be 185 calories per serving and 3.5 grams of fat. If you make bigger or smaller servings, those numbers would vary. 

Just four ingredients is all you need to make this low fat Oreo fluff dessert recipe. This easy make-ahead dessert is kid-friendly and delicious.

If you aren’t counting fat grams or calories, this fat free Oreo fluff dessert recipe would be delicious served in a puff pastry shell or a graham cracker crust. Either way, on it’s own or dressed up a bit, this sweet kid-friendly treat is a winner!

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22 Comments

  1. Kristel Hill says:

    This dessert has no taste at all!!! You need to use 2 small boxes of pudding or one big one. Don’t make this!! Huge disappointment!!!

    1. Ann Drake says:

      I’m sorry you didn’t like the dessert. My family absolutely loves it. I also recently included it with a dinner I made for a friend who was recovering from surgery. Her family loved it too!

  2. Carol Urbaniak says:

    Hi Ann,
    Today your blog was filled with everything I love! From the spring decor to all of your fabulous recipes, old and new! I am so inspired in every way.
    Thank you for all you share!
    Carol

  3. Ok Ann/Friends I made it…….many taste tests I assure you! lol I used peppermint Oreos and although I’m not crazy about peppermint, this does add a special deliciousness to the creation………and I got to forget I made this or I will eat it all………. ;)

  4. Thank you Ann! Making it this afternoon to go with dinner tonight! Can’t wait, and I’ll probably do numerous test tastes because you got to make sure it tastes good for those who will be eating it! lol

  5. I made this LOW FAT OREO FLUFF DESSERT RECIPE, so good! How often can you make it and still consider it low fat! My husband fills a bowl, not a ramekin either, if you can picture it. Gone.

  6. Jennie Auld says:

    I love the idea of the Oreo Fluff Dessert. I have a question though – what is “fat free whipped topping” ? I live in South Africa and we don’t have any such thing. Would whipped cream be a substitute and if so how much ? If you can help, I’ll give it a bash ..

    1. Ann Drake says:

      Hi Jennie! The brand name here in the US is Cool Whip. It’s in the freezer section usually by the frozen pies & cakes. I honestly don’t know if the whipped cream would hold up. The fluff is really better after it refrigerates for several hours or overnight. If you decide to try it…let me know!

  7. Love this idea, and wondered why would it have to be Oreos! Ginger Snaps would be amazing!!

  8. Elizabeth Ann says:

    Thank You Ann for the yummy recipes! I will be making the Carrot Cake and the Toasted Coconut Nest cupcakes, they both sound wonderful especially for the holidays.

  9. Yummmmm! What a delicious dessert idea, we would love this SO much! I love that you added Oreos…my fave!!

  10. Thank you for this recipe! I’ve had Oreo Fluff at a local salad bar and it is delicious! I had no idea how to make it, but figured it couldn’t be too hard. Now having your low-fat recipe makes it a sure-bet that I’ll have it served here at home!

  11. Oh my, Ann! This looks divine! Thanks for sharing! xoxo

  12. You had me at Oreo! I could get into so much trouble with this. Thanks for sharing your recipe, Ann!

  13. Oh boy this is my kind of recipe. Looks so scrumptious. I love these simple and easy recipes. I’ll be making this one for sure. Thank you Ann!! 😄

  14. Thank you so much for this delicious sounding recipe, Ann! I actually prefer vanilla Oreos, especially the ones with lemon flavored filling. I can’t wait to try this recipe! I’ll probably put the entire amount into one large bowl. I live alone, and I can serve this treat to myself in smaller dishes. I don’t expect to show a lot of restraint in the size of the portions! ;-)

  15. Shannon | Home Made Lovely says:

    Looks like pure dessert comfort food!

  16. Summer Adams says:

    Oh Ann!!! My mouth is watering! You had me at OREO and this looks absolutely delectable! I’m definitely making this for my family! Thanks so much for sharing! xoxo

  17. Kristin salazar says:

    Oh yum, even better that it is low fat, can’t wait to try it!

  18. This looks so delicious, Ann! Definitely pinning this to give it a try – my boys would love it! Thanks for being part of this tour and series!

  19. Can’t wait to try it! I have (grown up) kids who love Oreo desserts!

  20. Thank-you for brightening my morning Ann! I was having a rough start to my day and The Lord blessed me with your happy post. Have a great day!

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