Oreo Mousse

This Oreo Mousse is a simple yet elegant Dessert, specially made for Oreo lovers. And I’ve plenty of them in my family! 🙂 This mousse is definitely a crowd-pleaser, so you can plan to make it for your next party, your guests will praise you.

Oreo Mousse
Oreo Mousse

Oreo Mousse

Serves: 3


  • Oreo Cookies/Biscuits- 9
  • Whipped Cream (I used Tropolite) – About 1 Cup (measured after whipping the cream)
  • White chocolate- ½ cup (I used Morde’s white compound)


Take a bowl; break the white chocolate into small pieces. Melt the chocolate using a double boiler (read note). The melted chocolate will be little warm, let it be cooled completely.

Grind oreo cookies using a mixer/grinder, until a fine mixture forms. Keep aside.

Put the whisk attachments and mixing bowl in deep freezer for 15 minutes. Take them out; pour the whipping cream in the bowl. With the electronic hand mixer whisk the cream on medium speed for 2 minutes, and then whisk it on high speed for 3 minutes. You will get soft peaks.

Now add the melted chocolate and oreo mixture in the whipped cream. Mix very well. I mixed this with a tablespoon. You can use hand mixer, choice is yours.

Mousse after final whisking
Mousse after final whisking

Your mousse is ready to set. Scoop the mousse equally into small individual serving bowls or ramekins. Use pieces of aluminium foils or cling film to seal the top of the ramekins. Chill in the refrigerator for 5-6 hours. Serve cold.

You can garnish the mousse with chocolate sprinkles, chocolate syrup or you can use chocolate shavings or dollop of whipped cream, whatever you want.


  • Double boiler is no fancy thing. It’s a bowl of hot water, with a lid on top. You need to place the bowl of chocolate pieces on top of the lid.
  • Tropolite cream has sugar in it, so I’ve not added any sugar. If you are using sugar free cream, then add icing sugar as per your taste after whipping the cream.
  • This recipe can be easily doubled as per your need.
Oreo Mousse
Oreo Mousse
Oreo Mousse
Oreo Mousse


  1. Katrin Gruzmark

    I have a question for you. I want to make a chocolate cake with Oreo mousse in between 2 layers. I wanted to ask first if the mousse will be able to hold the second layer and the second question is will I be able to frieze the mousse?
    Thank you!

    • Hi Katrin! Yes, you can use this mousse as a filling between cake layers. You can freeze the mousse as well, but make sure to serve it after thaw for sometime, because the mousse will reach to ice cream consistency when frozen.

  2. Sounds yum!!! Do you know the calorie count per serving and how much is a serving?


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