Butterfinger Pie

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Your friends and family will ask for this amazing no-bake Butterfinger Pie, with cream, Oreos, and Butterfingers in every bite!IMG_0123So, today is Pi day….and I somehow magically made a pie. How did that happen? I’m not quite sure.

I really didn’t plan this, but you are welcome to think that I did.

Yes, of course I planned this and have a superbly clean house with ridiculously well behaved children and my life all planned out and ‘together’.

Truth be told, I’m unorganized. To like, the 187th degree. I like to think I’m organized, but my husband would object. Loudly.

Is my level of unorganized chaos normal?

Don’t answer that. Let me live in denial.

Speaking of denial, I like pie.


(Nice segue, Lauren.)

You know what got me thinking about pie? Nooooo, not Pi day.

Butterfingers. And Oreos. Clearly my mind works differently than probably yours does. Kinda like solving a 1+1 math equation but with food. Like, in my mind butterfingers + oreos = pie. DUH! #obviously

So I made you all a pie. And then I froze it. And all was good in the world.

This recipe is SO simple to make. You just need a whole lot of cream, Butterfingers, Oreos and time for this to freeze. That’s it! The whole thing tastes like a super creamy Butterfinger blizzard you can slice. So amazing!! My friends saw the picture on instagram I posted a few days ago and have been asking/texting me for slices. That’s how good it is!! People go crazy for this and you will too 🙂 It’s really such a showstopper. If you are wanting to impress someone, this is the ticket. Guaranteed they will swoon. Ready to make your own?

Ok, let’s do it:

IMG_0580Start with some Oreos….we’re making the crust!IMG_0582Grind the cookies up in a blender or food processor, filling and all, to make fine crumbs. IMG_0587Pour in a little melted butter and stir it up to moisten everything evenly.IMG_0584Now grab a pie plate….since we’re making a pie…. and make sure your name is on it because you’re not gonna want to share.IMG_0593Pour in the Oreo crumbs and press into the bottom and up the sides.IMG_0595Like so. I didn’t go up the sides completely, but you totally could.IMG_0553Now bring on the glutton. You need 7 whole Butterfingers. Cray cray!!IMG_0557Unwrap 6 of them and chop them up real nice! IMG_0560You want them pretty small so they’re not too hard to crunch on after they’re frozen. Set these aside.IMG_0540Now, whip up 2 cups of heavy whipping cream with a little vanilla. You want ALLLLLL 2 CUUUUUUPS. Gluttony, yo.IMG_0543Take half out of the bowl to set aside.IMG_0546In the other half, stir in a little powdered sugar to sweeten it up a touch and scoop this out to another bowl. This is going to be the topping 🙂IMG_0551Soooo, now we’re going to make a little pudding. 3 cups of milk to two boxes of instant vanilla pudding.IMG_0563Once the pudding sets up, stir in all those chopped Butterfingers and then carefully fold in the unsweetened cream.IMG_0598Pour this filling into your pie plate. There’s going to be a lot, so feel free to leave out 1 cup and just eat it. I definitely loaded ALL of mine up on top.IMG_0601Then add that sweetened whipped cream on top of this crazy pie. IMG_0603Then if you recall, there’s 1 butterfinger left. Chop that up and add it on as decoration. IMG_0604Does this not look like the most ridiculous thing you’ve ever seen? OMG. Put this into your freezer and let it freeze completely through, 6-12 hours.IMG_0146Then when you’re ready to eat, remove it from the freezer 20-30 minutes before serving. This will make it a little easier to cut. Slice into pieces and serve 🙂

Isn’t that easier than you thought? Ya, just as I suspected! Be sure to print/save/pin this recipe. You’re going to want to make this asap!

Here’s the printable! Enjoy your weekend, friends!

A Butterfinger pie topped with whipped cream and chocolate chips.
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Butterfinger Pie

Your friends and family will ask for this amazing no bake Butterfinger Pie, with homemade whipped cream, Oreos, and Butterfingers in every bite!
servings 8 servings
Prep Time 6 hours 30 minutes
Total Time 6 hours 30 minutes


  • 15 Oreo cookies
  • 3 tablespoons butter melted
  • 2 cups heavy whipping cream
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 2 tablespoons powdered sugar
  • 3 cups cold milk
  • 6.8 ounces instant vanilla pudding two - 3.4 ounce boxes
  • 8 ounce Butterfinger Bits divided


  • Using a food processor, grind Oreo cookies into fine crumbs. Stir in melted butter and press into deep 9-inch pie plate. Set aside.
  • Using a stand mixer with whisk attachment or hand mixer, whip heavy cream with vanilla extract until stiff peaks form. Transfer half of the whipped cream to a separate bowl and set aside.
  • Stir powdered sugar into the other half of the whipped cream. Set that aside as well.
  • In a separate bowl, whisk cold milk into vanilla pudding until smooth and thick.
  • Reserve about half a cup of Butterfinger Bits for the topping and stir the rest into the pudding mix.
  • Fold in unsweetened whipped cream until no streaks remain.
  • Pour pudding/whipped cream mixture on top of the Oreos in the pie plate.*
  • Top pie with sweetened whipped cream (either spread on top or decorated with whipped cream rosettes).
  • Sprinkle top with the last of the butterfinger pieces.
  • Freeze 6-12 hours or until completely solid.
  • To serve, remove from freezer and sit out 20-30 minutes to soften slightly. Cut into pieces and serve.


If all the filling won't fit, save the rest as a little snack for later, or you can use a springform pan.


Calories: 504kcal | Carbohydrates: 47g | Protein: 6g | Fat: 33g | Saturated Fat: 19g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 2g | Monounsaturated Fat: 9g | Trans Fat: 0.2g | Cholesterol: 90mg | Sodium: 327mg | Potassium: 255mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 37g | Vitamin A: 1155IU | Vitamin C: 0.4mg | Calcium: 159mg | Iron: 3mg
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: butterfinger pie

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  1. Vicki Tunell

    We made this for an Easter dessert, it was fabulous! We decided against freezing it, just had it from the fridge and it was great. Thanks for the recipe!

  2. Leah

    So probably a silly question, but do you cover the pie when you freeze it? I would assume you’d need so that the top doesn’t dry out while it’s sitting in the freezer. But doesn’t it get all over whatever you cover it with? Thanks! It looks amazing can’t wait to make it.

  3. Sam

    Made this for Father’s Day and it was a HUGE hit!! I love that something so delicious was so easy to make! Thank you so much for the recipe!!

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  6. sara

    Made this tonight, it is FABULOUS! Couldn’t resist eating it straight from the bowl. Thanks for the recipe, I’ll definitely be making it regularly!

  7. Katie | The Surly Housewife

    This.looks.AMAZING! I am so mad I am not home right now so I can make this. Literally I want this, this second. I may need to eat some dinner. And clean up the droll from my iPad screen.

  8. Brandi

    I saw this photo on Instagram and was instantly in love not even knowing what it was yet. I am intrigued by the fact it is a frozen pie. I have never had aything like this before and can’t wait to try it.