Chocolate Cookies & Cream Pie

Chocolate milk is one of my favorite treats! Lately, I’ve been having a glass of this delicious beverage after my workouts. It has the perfect combination of carbs and protein to help my tired muscles recover, and a high water content to replenish lost fluids, preventing dehydration. Who doesn’t love chocolate milk? Yum!

For the next month, I’ll be sharing recipes with you that have chocolate milk as a main ingredient. Provided by, this recipe is also shared at the Sabroso Saturday link-up, hosted by Latina on a Mission! Be sure to follow Bigote de Leche (the famous milk mustache!) on Twitter and Facebook, too.

Chocolate Cookies & Cream Pie

This couldn’t be easier to make! It’s a traditional pudding pie with a chocolate twist. My family loved it! I barely got a chance to take a picture of the final product before it was eaten all up. It tastes like rich, creamy cookies ‘n cream ice cream… but in a pie form.


  • 1-3/4 cups low fat chocolate milk
  • 1 4.2 oz package cookies and cream instant pudding (like JELL-O Oreo)
  • 1 pie crust (6oz)
  • ½ cup whipped cream


  1. Mix the low fat chocolate milk with the instant pudding. I had to improvise here, as the two grocery stores I went to didn’t have cookies ‘n cream pudding mix. Instead, I used vanilla, and after mixing it with the chocolate milk, I folded in some crushed Oreos.
    Making cookies 'n cream pudding
  2. Add the pudding to the pie crust and refrigerate for at least one hour.
    I recommend two to three hours, as it’s easier to slice and serve.
    Adding pudding to the pie crustTa-dah!
  3. Makes 6 servings. Serve each slice with whipped cream. I wanted to garnish each slice with a mini-Oreo cookie, but the girls ate them all! So I used a chocolate Goldfish instead. ;)

A slice of Chocolate Cookies 'n Cream Pie
Approximate nutrition information per serving:
282 calories; 8.7 g fat; 2.4 g saturated fat; 3.7 g protein; 84 mg calcium

Disclosure: This is a paid post created in collaboration with Latina on a Mission and Milk Processors Education Program (MilkPEP). All opinions expressed herein are solely my own.


  1. Cookies and cream is a family favorite. I will be trying this recipe soon. Yum yum!

  2. lisa moore gee says:

    this looks to die for! thanks for sharing!

  3. Tyler Reavis says:

    This sounds kind of like Dirt Cake, which I love! Definitely a recipe I will try in the very near future. :)

  4. My daughter loves anything cookies & cream and it looks sooooo good! Thanks – I have saved the recipe.

  5. My daughter loves anything cookies & cream and it looks soooooo good! Thanks – I have saved the recipe.

  6. That looks so good~Thanks so much!
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  7. easy peasy recipe that tastes good? i will try it!
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  8. Wow, the gold fish is such a cute touch! This is actually a recipe my dad brings to every family gathering. It takes all of his very limited cooking skills to complete. :)

  9. This looks easy and delicious! My son is a huge fan of cookies and cream so we’ll have to make this together….

  10. My teeth are hurting just by looking at the photos! But I bet my tummy will be crying for joy after eating it!
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  1. [...] This recipe is provided by, and shared at the Sabroso Saturday link-up, hosted by Latina on a Mission! Follow Bigote de Leche (the famous milk mustache!) on Twitter and Facebook for more milk goodness! And in case you missed it, be sure to check out the recipe I posted last week – for a chocolate cookies ‘n cream pie. [...]