Oreo Pudding Poke Cake

Oreo Pudding Poke Cake - YUMMY! Recipe on { lilluna.com }

I’m so excited to share this Oreo Pudding Poke Cake with you today.

I had seen the idea on Pinterest from The Country Cook and knew I had to try it myself.

I made mine with Red Oreos with Valentines in mind to make them more festive looking, but you can do them with any kind of Oreo (as you can see below).

Here is how you can make it as well…

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Oreo Pudding Poke Cake
 
Ingredients
  • 1 box chocolate cake mix (oil, water, and eggs)
  • 2 boxes Oreo pudding
  • 4 cups milk
  • 1 package crushed Oreos
Instructions
  1. Make cake as directed using a 9x13 pan.
  2. While cake is still semi-warm, poke holes into your cake. I used the end of highlighter.
  3. Make pudding as directed on box and pour over cake.
  4. Sprinkle crushed oreos on top.

And I’ve also made it with regular Oreos, which tastes exactly the same, it just doesn’t have the red. And what’s great about this recipe is that there are so many different kinds of Oreos these days that you can change up the flavor a bit as well as add a little color depending on what Oreos you use. :)

Oreo Pudding Poke Cake - easy and yummy!

Oreo Pudding Poke Cake. Recipe on { lilluna.com }

Oreo Pudding Poke Cake. We love this recipe! { lilluna.com }

This cake was so simple and tasty. Everyone loved it.

I’ve had people ask where to get the Red Oreos, and they are a seasonal item. I found mine discounted at Target in January. I’ve also seen Pink Oreos and want to get some of those too for other Valentines goodies.

For more great cake desserts, be sure to check out:

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Best Buttermilk Sheet Cake

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Peanut Butter Cookie Cake

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  1. 1

    This looks so good! I’m going to have to try this!

  2. 3

    Mmmmmm…. lookS so yummy! Wish I had the ingredients to make one now! (and it’s 9:30pm here)!
    Love, Olga

  3. 5
    Holly Schilling :

    I love the idea too! I pinned it from your blog. I want to have it ready when I have oreos in the house. This looks soo yummy!

  4. 7

    This looks Awesome! I totally just pinned it!

  5. 9

    This sound so easy and yummy!! Will have to try this soon! Thanks for sharing. I’ve done poke cakes before and used the end of a wooden spoon to poke the holes.

    • 10

      It is SUPER easy and yummy! And I was going to use the end of a wood spoon, but just didn’t think it was big enough… wanted to make sure LOTS of pudding sunk in – LOL!! :)

  6. 11

    This looks delicious! I am taking a dessert to a friends tomorrow night and I think this will be the winner!

  7. 13

    This looks so good, I have to make this!! I love anything with oreos..I wish I had the ingredients to make it now!!! Maybe tomorrow? I can’t wait to check out the rest of your cute blog, I’m your newest follower i’d love it if you followed me back @http://bridgetbakes.blogspot.com/

    • 14

      Thank you so much, Bridget! And thanks for following the blog. Can’t wait to check out yours! Have a great day. :)

  8. 15

    YUM!!!

  9. 17

    That looks to die for. I’m gonna have to try it.

  10. 19

    This looks sooo good. I’ll have to try it for our family’s valentine’s get together. I’m sure it will be a hit!!

  11. 21

    Looks delicious and want to try it, but wondering if you chill the pudding before you pour it, or pour it while still liquid-y and then chill the whole cake?

    • 22

      I let it set it for a minute or two and then poured it. I’ve also made it where it was still super liquid-y and it still worked. Hope that helps. :)

  12. 23

    This looks so yummy! I am going to make it for a family gathering-after you make it do you chill and store in fridge?

    • 24

      Thanks. And yes, I should have added that to the post. Definitely keep it refrigerated until serving. :)

      • 25

        I made this with my own mix…was supposed to be brownie but turned into cake!! Pahaha (admittedly I was winging it, never made brownies before so just stuffed yummyness into a pan)

        So as I’d read your post before and wanted to try my own poke cake I decided to poke the hell outta my brownie/cake. Popped butterscotch pudding on top and…WOW!! Delicious!

        I did have a panic after it was made as I didn’t know where to put it!! Glad the fridge option was mentioned.

        xx Kat xx

  13. 27

    This looks delicious!!

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    • 28

      Thank you, Wendy! I think it’s delish, but I what I love even more is that it’s beyond easy!! Let me know if you try it out. Have a great day! :)

  14. 29

    Made this today for a meal for a teacher and it looks wonderful and was SO simple! Thanks!

  15. 31

    I’m making this today for my brother’s 23rd birthday…thanks so much for the recipe; I can’t wait to taste it!!! xo
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    • 32

      Let me know what you think. I hope you LOVE it, and hope it’s easy for you. :)

      • 33

        Kristyn,
        Just letting you know that my brother absolutely loved this cake for his birthday! It was so easy to make, & is definitely going to be a classic recipe in my book. Thanks again :)

        • 34

          YAY!! So glad to hear that. Thanks for letting me know. It’s just so easy and good, it’s hard not to want to make it again. :) Have a great St. Patrick’s Day! XO

  16. 35

    I found your recipe on Pinterest and was going to make it tomorrow for my bible study small group, but I can’t stop drooling over the picture so the cake just came out of the oven! My husband keeps asking if it’s ready yet! We are so excited to try it! Thanks for the recipe! I’ve never made a ‘poke’ cake before but this is just too easy to not try! Yum! :)

  17. 39

    When making this, do you let the pudding set first before putting on cake?
    Thanks!

  18. 40

    Excited to make this for a baby shower I’m hosting tomorrow. However, I don’t know how you manage to prep in 5 minutes….you have to prep the cake, prep the pudding, crush the oreos, and then put the cake together. 5 mintues is a drastic underestimate.

    • 41

      Did you make this yet? 5 minutes may seem drastic, but it took me only 5 minutes to get the cake in the oven and have the oreos crushed (I literally took a rolling pin to them in one minute). And I didn’t prep the pudding until the cake was done, so didn’t technically include that in the prep time.

  19. 42

    Making this for my family for Valentines Day! Looks so good. I can’t wait to try it!

  20. 43

    Hmmmm guess I’m going grocery shopping tomorrow!
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  21. 44

    LOL! Let me know if you try it. I promise you won’t be disappointed! XO


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