Homemade No Bake Mini Oreo Pie Tarts With An Oreo Crust

As of lately I’ve been on a fun kick of making all kinds of desserts for my kids. They love them and I love making them for them. I love to use what we have on hand and if I’m being honest we still have Halloween colored Oreos. So I knew I needed to make something using our Oreos we had before that. My kids will do cookies and milk any day but love a variety of cookies. So yes we have some Oreos stills hanging around before the holidays. Don’t worry they are in a nice cookie jar to keep them fresh.

So to use up some of our Oreos I decided little mini pie tarts with an Oreo crust was in order. Especially for national pie day that’s coming up and I couldn’t wait to use my heart shaped muffin tin and silicone liners I found at dollar tree. Go snag yourself some now before they sell out for the holiday.

This recipe is to make 6 muffin pie tarts so if you want to make more be sure to double or triple it. 6 was good for us since I have 3 kids that will be enjoying it. I’m currently doing keto so no treats for me from this one. But don’t worry I plan to share some keto approved desserts soon. But for now let’s keto to this no bake Oreo pie tart that’s bound to be a major hit!


  • 12 Oreos (for crust)
  • 2 Oreos (topping)
  • 3 Tbsp butter, melted
  • 1 8 oz packages of cream cheese, softened
  • 1/2 C powdered sugar
  • 1/2 Tsp vanilla extract
  • Sprinkles (optional for topping)



  1. Process the 12 oreos in a food processor until a fine crumb. In a bowl, combine the crushed oreos with the melted butter.
  2. Press this mixture evenly into a lined muffin tin going up on the sides just a little. Refrigerate while you make the filling.

*I found my heart tin and silicone liners at dollar tree but here are some cute one on amazon you can use.


  1. In a mixing bowl beat the cream cheese with an electric mixer until well blended. Add in the powdered sugar and vanilla extract and beat again.
  2. . Spoon into your muffin tins until filled to the top. Don’t over fill.


  1. In your food processor process the two remaining cookies and cover the top.
  2. Add sprinkles and freeze for about 30 minutes to harden the entire pie back up.

I hope you enjoyed making this yummy dessert and you and your littles love it. it pairs well with a nice glass of milk. If you wouldn’t mind sharing this I’d be forever grateful. Be sure to check back often to know when I have more yummy recipes to share with you.

Until next time Live a life you love!

Xo Jessica!

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