Oreo Brownie Trifle

Oreo Brownie Trifle

Can you get any better than a trifle?  It’s layers of everything you want from a dessert: brownies, rich pudding, whipped cream and cookies.  Yep, I’m sold.  And I think it looks so cool for when you have people over for dinner.

This Oreo Brownie Trifle is so easy to make and soooooo delicious.  It was a huge hit with my friends.

The great thing about brownie trifles is you can make a favorite brownie recipe from scratch or you can use a boxed mix if you’re short on time.

You could also just mix the pudding mix with milk, like the directions say on the box.  But adding the sweetened condensed milk and water makes it rich and thick and, well, awesome.

oreo brownie trifle

Oreo Brownie Trifle


  • Family sized box of brownie mix (9x13 pan sized)
  • Ingredients to make the brownies (eggs, water and oil)
  • 3.4 oz. box Cookies and Cream pudding mix
  • 14 oz. can sweetened condensed milk
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 8 oz. container Cool Whip
  • Oreos (as many as you want to add)
  • 8 oz. container of Cool Whip (yep, another one)


  1. Make the brownies and set aside to cool.
  2. In a mixing bowl, beat the cookies and cream pudding mix, water and sweetened condensed milk until thick. Fold in the first tub (8 oz.) of Cool Whip. Set aside.
  3. Cut the cooled brownies into small squares (about 1x1).
  4. Layer the brownies, cookies and cream pudding mixture, whipped cream and crushed Oreos.
  5. Repeat layers again and top with crushed Oreos.
  6. Refrigerate until ready to serve.

We also made a Snickers Brownie Trifle (again, to die for!) if you’re not an Oreo fan (gasp!)


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  1. I never think about making trifle. I’ve been missing out.

  2. Oh what a temptress you are. ;-} I think this gorgeous dish is the ultimate in serving brownies and chocolate!

  3. Crystal Young says:

    You have Cool Whip listed twice in the ingredients. Do you mix some with the pudding too as well as using some in the layers?

    • Crystal, Yes. You mix the first tub of Cool Whip with the pudding mixture and then the second is for the layers.

  4. Heaven in a bowl! I’m pinning this make this weekend. Thanks for sharing at Home for the Holidays at Organized 31.

  5. My aunt always made a truffle hers was chocolate cake, chocolate pudding, whip cream and she would drizzle Kahlua on the cake layers. I made one but did Godiva Caramel Liqueur and crushed up health bars for a party at my friends and everyone went crazy for it.

  6. Hi when do you think is best to make it ? I have a party for 1:00pm could I do it the night before?

    • It was delicious the next day but I think ideally, it would be the same day. The whipped cream could make the brownies soggy. But it’ll still taste wonderful! =o)