No-Bake Cookies and Cream Bars

These No-Bake Cookies and Cream Bars are so chewy, rich and delicious! You’d never guess that this decadent dessert is made with just 3 ingredients!
No Bake Chewy Cookies and Cream Bars

No-Bake Cookies and Cream Bars

Oh how I love a treat that can be whipped up in about 15 minutes. My boys and their buddies couldn’t get enough of these Chewy Oreo Bars we had as an after school snack this week. Sometimes my spontaneous recipe creations turn out to be the most fun, lol!

Yes you use an entire package of Oreo Cookies, but what you get in return is a marshmallow-y Oreo treat that is worth every bite 🙂

Surprise the kids (and yourself) with this one, they’ll be all smiles, Enjoy! Be sure to check out more Picky Palate desserts HERE. Follow Picky Palate on Instagram HERE.

No Bake Chewy Cookies and Cream Bars

3 whole ingredients. I know, tricky 🙂

No Bake Chewy Cookies and Cream Bars

How to Make No-Bake Cookies and Cream Bars

Break out your Cookies!

No Bake Chewy Cookies and Cream Bars

Place them all in the food processor or blender and mix until ground.

No Bake Chewy Cookies and Cream Bars

Like so.

No Bake Chewy Cookies and Cream Bars

Melt the butter and marshmallows into a large bowl until puffed.

No Bake Chewy Cookies and Cream Bars

You’ll get a little something like this 🙂

No Bake Chewy Cookies and Cream Bars

Working quickly, pour in your ground cookies.

No Bake Chewy Cookies and Cream Bars

Mix, mix and mix 🙂

No Bake Chewy Cookies and Cream Bars

You’ll get  a gooey mess….that’s delish!

No Bake Chewy Cookies and Cream Bars

Transfer to an 8×8 inch baking pan and let set for about 10 minutes.

No Bake Chewy Cookies and Cream Bars

Cut into squares and indulge 🙂

No Bake Chewy Cookies and Cream Bars

No-Bake Cookies and Cream Bars

These No-Bake Cookies and Cream Bars are so chewy, rich and delicious! You'd never guess that this decadent dessert is made with just 3 ingredients!
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 10 mins
Total Time 15 mins
Servings: 9 squares
Calories: 413kcal
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Equipment

  • Microwave

Ingredients

  • One 16 oz package of Oreo
  • 5 cups Large Marshmallows
  • 4 tablespoons butter

Instructions

  • Place Oreos in food processor and pulse until ground.  Melt marshmallows and butter in microwave until puffed, about 1 1/2- 2 minutes.  Remove and pour in ground Oreo Cookies.  Stir to combine then transfer to a foil lined 8x8 inch baking pan.  Let set up for 10 minutes.  Remove bars out of pan with edges of foil and cut into squares.

Nutrition

Calories: 413kcal | Carbohydrates: 69g | Protein: 4g | Fat: 15g | Saturated Fat: 6g | Cholesterol: 13mg | Sodium: 310mg | Potassium: 108mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 45g | Vitamin A: 155IU | Calcium: 14mg | Iron: 4mg
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300 Responses
  1. Joselyn.

    I just want to say that each piece of your ‘slice’ is equal to eating five oreos and four marshmallows. That’s like mixing pure sugar with saturated fat and serving it as a snack.

  2. Addi

    I am making these for a school project, and i need to know what they are supposed to taste like and what the texture should be. Can you help me?

  3. Vivi C

    Will this still be good after a day or two? To keep it “fresh” should I refrigerate it or just let it sit?

  4. Kelly

    These are good, but I will never line a pan with foil for these again. Lightly grease parchment paper, or you will either toss them or spend a ridiculous amount of time picking the foil off them after freezing them. Like I did.

  5. Lea

    Mine came out gooey and stuck to the foil. I’ll use parchment paper next time. I cut them in smaller squares and coated them in crushed Oreos. It helped with the stickyness

  6. Kim

    I was really looking forward to these. I made them for a Christmas get together and I am not satisfied with them. Wasn’t able to cut them into bars or anything. They just didn’t turn out and they sure don’t look like the bars in the photos. I don’t know if it was just me or what but I followed the directions exact. Oo well, worth the shot I suppose.

  7. Kat

    I had trouble with these. So hard to peel off the foil. Too much marshmallow and not enough oreo. Plus, it was very greasy. Kinda disappointed. I may try again with a few tweaks.

  8. baking

    This recipe was amazing! I saw it on buzzfeed but never followed up. For daughters bake sale at school I made these and she said they sold like crazy!!! Quick, easy, and cheap!

  9. AliceMcG

    I’ve just made these yesterday for a coffee morning and melted a bar of Reece’s peanut butter chocolate and spread all that across on top to give a smooth crunch topping. I then adding a few sprinkles of popping candy because it was obviously not sweet enough .. It’s like a kids party in a bite!

  10. Danielle

    These are delicious!! I just made them for a lunchbox treat for my girls for the first day of school tomorrow!! I will need to hide them until then!!! Thanks for sharing!!!

  11. Leslie

    I made these today. I had high hopes for them. I followed the instructions to the letter, and could not get these out of the pan in one piece. I basically had to pull them apart and pull the tinfoil off. They actually cut fine, but getting them off the tinfoil was near impossible. We’ll see what people think of them, but I’m disappointed that they don’t look like yours. Mine are currently in the freezer, hoping they will stay together since I have to travel with them.

    1. Leslie

      I truly wish I would have read all of the comments before making these, but the first hundred comments seem so positive. Wish I would have known to use parchment instead of foil and that they actually take much longer to set up than ten minutes.

  12. Chris

    There’s absolutely no way these are ready to eat in 15 minutes. You need a good few hours to set before tucking in, if you ask me!

  13. Chris

    I didn’t love these too much, i’m afraid. By the time they set into the right texture (which took several hours, I’m afraid – a long way from 15 minutes!) I found the texture nice, but the flavor a little too disappointing. I think an over-zealous dollop of vanilla essence, or rum flavor would have gone nicely, especially with some chocolate covered raisins or something else chewy in the center, perhaps even some nuts would have worked well. Just needs something else, as this is a little too much like eating sugar.

  14. KELLY N

    I’ve made these yummy bars twice and both times had problems getting it from the pan. The first time I followed the directions with the foil and had to peel away the foil and ended up throwing out 1/4 of the batch because I was unable to remove the foil without leaving small strips. The second attempt I greased and powdered a glass dish and the darn things still would come out of the dish. I had to peel it and place on parchment paper. I then covered with powdered sugar and cut into squares. My squares ended up very flat. Still good but so aggravating. Any suggestions on how to make without the issue of removing?

    1. Chris

      Just don’t use foil, but use something. I recommend using baking paper. I had no stick at all with mine. Although you do need to let them set properly, which takes several hours. Oil your pan and the paper will stick easily, if you’re extra worried, oil your paper too, but that’s usually not necessary.

      1. Leslie

        So why does this say 10 minutes? I got the sense that maybe they needed more time to set up, however, as per the recipe, I made them because they took such a short amount of time.

    2. Kat

      Same for me too! They were too sticky (too much marshmallow?) and I thought they had too much butter (really greasy). I’ve been spending the last 20 minutes trying to peel them off- and I made a double batch so I have about 20 more minutes to go! Ugh. I wish more people posted AFTER they made them, like you, so I could have known this before hand. Everyone’s posts are “Looks so good, can’t wait to try!” but barely any reviews for after. Thanks for submitting!

  15. Susan Twitchell

    Can these be made ahead of time and then frozen or just stored in airtight conatiner? I am thinking of using this recipe for one of the treats at the dessert bar of our daughter’s wedding reception on the 27th of June 2015. Can you please share any tricks having to do with making and storing? Thankyou!

    1. Chris

      Well I know we already missed your Daughter’s wedding reception (hope it went well!), but yes, freeze ’em, pull ’em out, leave ’em out… they’re pretty easy. You shouldn’t have any issues storing them, as they’re almost totally sugar. Keep them away from humidity and bugs, that’s it.

  16. Susan Twitchell

    Do you know if these can be made ahead of time and either stored or frozen until ready for use? I would like to use these in a dessert bar for a wedding reception at the end of this June, but would like to make them a couple of weeks before wedding.

  17. Carrie

    I made these and accidentally got double stuffed Oreos! They were really good but didn’t harden up like these seemed to have done. So, word of advice, use regular Oreos. 🙂 Thanks for the recipe!

    1. Kat

      I used regular and they were still super soft. They are not quite bar like, and more gooey mess. I think the recipe calls for too much marshmallow and butter.

  18. Carlee Iverson

    I can’t figure out the putting on foil part. I did that and can’t even eat the bars unless I eat the foil that is stuck on the bottom. What did I do wrong?

    1. Chris

      You want to oil your foil, but to be honest, foil is a terrible idea, baking paper works much better.

  19. Caroline

    these are cooling now and they looks outstanding! I used a much larger pan because I wanted mine thinner than yours and I think they will be perfect

  20. Julia

    Can these be stored outside the refrigerator? How long? (Although I’m not sure they’ve ever survived long enough without being eaten to test that :P)

    1. Chris

      They’re just sugar, so essentially, yes. But you might find the texture works better when straight out of the fridge. If you want to leave them out, add half a cup of sugar to your mix and heat to softball stage, that will help firm it a little more for being out of the fridge.

    1. Chris

      Yes, use a thermometer if you have one and heat to softball stage, or just play it by eye. Low-heat, lots of stirring. Non-stick pans are a little more convenient for getting it out.

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