Baileys Chocolate Cream Pie

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This Baileys Chocolate Cream Pie is smooth, creamy and set in an Oreo crust with a layer of Oreo crumbs throughout the center! It’s full of Baileys and chocolate and is one of my favorite flavor combinations!

If you enjoy this Baileys pie recipe, you should also try my classic French Silk Pie or S’mores Chocolate Pie.

A slice of Baileys Chocolate Cream Pie next to a silver fork on a white plate
Overhead view of a full Baileys Chocolate Cream Pie in a white platter

So the twins are 8 months now, going on 9 months, and they are just so much fun. Honestly, they just get better and better with time and age. They are so aware and interactive now, so smiley and sweet. I constantly want to hug and love on them.

They’re also growing so much. They’ve each got their first tooth coming through and they’re working towards crawling. Brooks is flipping onto his belly quite regularly and you can just tell he’s dying to get moving. And it’s so fun to see them starting to interact more. They look over at each other and lock eyes all the time and you can’t help but wonder what they are communicating back and forth. No to mention that Brooks loves to hug on Ashton. He’ll lean over and hug him and kiss him (by licking him) over and over until Ashton pushes him away – ha!

And solid foods are really becoming something they enjoy. They are eating them more and more and have even started turning down milk on occasion in favor of solids. It’s actually funny to see them watching me and the hubs eat. They will stop what they’re doing and watch and I just know it’s only a matter of time before they want to eat everything they see me with. We will give them occasional tastes of things, but I’m obviously holding off on all the good desserts. And it’ll be years before they get to taste a delicious pie like this one. Sorry boys – no Baileys for you!

Baileys Chocolate Cream Pie with a slice removed in a white platter
A slice of Baileys Chocolate Cream Pie next to a silver fork on a white plate

I guess that means more for me. 🙂 And I will never complain about more chocolate, Baileys or pie.

An Easy Chocolate Cream Pie Recipe with Oreo Pie Crust

Fortunately this Baileys Chocolate Cream Pie is quick to put together, because you will want to dig in as quickly as possible. The crust is an Oreo crust, so you’ll toss together Oreo crumbs and melted butter and press that into your pie pan.

I personally like to bake my crust so that it holds together better when you cut into it, but feel free to skip that step if you want to keep it simple.

To put the filling together, you’ll start with the cream cheese and sugar and combine that until it’s nice and smooth. The Baileys Irish Cream and vanilla extract are next.

For the chocolate flavor in the pie, I used a combination of melted chocolate chips and cocoa powder. I personally love using both. The melted chocolate gives it that real chocolate flavor, while the cocoa amplifies it because it’s so much stronger in flavor.

The final step is adding in the fresh whipped cream. It lightens up the pie a bit and adds some volume.

Add the filling to the pie crust in two parts, adding some chopped Oreos in the middle. While they aren’t totally necessary, I love the additional Oreo flavor. Can you ever have too much of a good thing?

The hardest part of this Baileys Chocolate Cream Pie is waiting until it’s chilled and firm. When it’s ready, add some Baileys whipped cream on top and few more chopped Oreos and mini chocolate chips and you’re ready to go! A smooth, creamy and delicious pie you won’t want to stop eating!

Overhead view of a full Baileys Chocolate Cream Pie in a white platter
A slice of Baileys Chocolate Cream Pie with a bite removed next to a silver fork on a white plate

You might also these Bailey’s dessert recipes:

Baileys Chocolate Pie
Baileys Chocolate Poke Cake
Baileys Brownie Cheesecake
Mini Baileys Chocolate Cheesecakes
Baileys Chocolate Cake
Baileys Irish Cream Jello Shots

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Baileys Chocolate Cream Pie with a slice removed in a white platter

Chocolate Cream Pie

  • Author: Lindsay
  • Prep Time: 45 minutes
  • Cook Time: 10 minutes
  • Total Time: 55 minutes
  • Yield: 10-12 slices
  • Category: Dessert
  • Method: Oven
  • Cuisine: American


This chocolate cream pie has an Oreo crust and cocoa filling for ultimate decadence. With Bailey’s whipped cream, it’s the perfect chilled treat with a boozy kick.


Oreo Crust

  • 2 cups (268g) Oreo crumbs
  • 4 tbsp (56g) butter, melted

Baileys Chocolate Filling

  • 16 oz cream cheese, room temperature
  • 1/2 cup (104g) sugar
  • 1/4 cup (60ml) Baileys Irish Cream
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 3/4 cup (127g) semi-sweet chocolate chips, melted
  • 2 tbsp natural unsweetened cocoa powder
  • 1 cup heavy whipping cream, cold
  • 1/2 cup (58g) powdered sugar
  • 1 cup chopped Oreos

Baileys Whipped Cream Topping

  • 3/4 cup heavy whipping cream, cold
  • 1/2 cup (58g) powdered sugar
  • 2 tbsp Baileys Irish Cream
  • Additional Oreos, for topping
  • Mini Chocolate Chips, for topping


  1. Grease an 8 or 9 inch pie pan and preheat oven to 325°F (163°C).
  2. Combine the Oreo crumbs and melted butter in a medium bowl and mix until combined.
  3. Press the crumb mixture evenly into the bottom and up the sides of the pie pan, then bake for 8-10 minutes. Set aside to cool.
  4. To make the filling, add the cream cheese and sugar to a large mixer bowl and beat until well combined and smooth.
  5. Add the Baileys and vanilla extract and beat until well combined and smooth.
  6. Add the melted chocolate chips and cocoa powder and beat until well combined and smooth. Set mixture aside.
  7. In another large mixer bowl, add the heavy whipping cream and powdered sugar and whip on high speed until stiff peaks form.
  8. Add about half of the whipped cream to the Baileys mixture and gently fold together until combined.
  9. Add the remaining whipped cream and gently fold together until well combined.
  10. Spread about half of the filling evenly into the pie crust, then add the chopped Oreos in an even layer.
  11. Spread the remaining filling evenly over the chopped Oreos and refrigerate the pie until firm, 3-4 hours.
  12. To make the Baileys whipped cream, add the heavy whipping cream, powdered sugar and Baileys to a large mixer bowl and whip on high speed until stiff peaks form.
  13. Pipe the whipped cream around the outer edge of the pie, then finish off the pie with additional chopped Oreos and mini chocolate chips.
  14. Refrigerate the pie until ready to serve. Pie is best if eaten within 3-4 days.


  • Serving Size: 1 Slice
  • Calories: 478
  • Sugar: 38.6 g
  • Sodium: 271.7 mg
  • Fat: 29.6 g
  • Carbohydrates: 48.1 g
  • Protein: 6.6 g
  • Cholesterol: 62.6 mg



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  1. Megan

    To say we love this recipe is an understatement. We made it for thanksgiving a few years back and it has been a staple for special occasions ever since. SO. GOOD. It is always a hit!
    Thank you for this fan favorite in our house.

  2. Patricia Hoover-Hagan

    I made this for Easter. I used chocolate graham crackers for the crust. I have 2 suggestions. 1 do not grease pie plate, when you refrigerate it causes crust to stick. 2 skip the cocoa it the whipped cream. it over powers the Bailey’s flavor. Otherwise a great dessert for chocolate lovers.

  3. Eileen

    I wanted to make this pie for Christmas but needed it to be non-alcoholic for my DIL expecting our new grandson. Thank you SO much for your suggestion to use creamer!
    While I was unable to find Irish Creme, I did find Oreo Creamer! It was just as good and a big hit! Thank you for all your fantastic recipes! None have ever failed me! Every cake I make gets your Chocolate Whipped Cream Frosting!
    God Bless!

  4. Daniela

    I made this pie three times in one week, and I entered one of the pies into my office chocolate pie bake contest. Your pie came in first place! Thank you for sharing this delicious recipe with us! In the first pie, I followed your directions to make the whipped cream, but it did not whip well enough for me. I ended up doubling the powdered sugar in the later recipes and adding several spoonfuls of cornstarch. The piped whipped cream looked lovely. Thank you, again!

  5. Karen V

    Every recipe I’ve made that calls for crushed Oreo cookies never states whether the cream filling should be removed or not. My decision has always been to just leave it in. You have no idea (or maybe you do) what a pita it is crushing them with the filling key in. It gums everything up, making it difficult to get a consistent crumb texture. I suppose I could just buy the boxed Oreo crumbs or the premade pie crust, but then it wouldn’t be homemade – at least not in my book anyway. Based on your photos, it doesn’t seem as if you leave the cream filling in the cookies when crushing them. Tell me, do you eat all that cream filling when removing it? Or do you just toss it in the trash? Or maybe you give a little to your dog? Just curious, that’s all. Think I’ll remove the cream before I make this pie. I burned up my food processor crushing ginger snap cookies to make pumpkin cheesecake truffles, so I’ll have to crush those Oreos like its 1992, loooooong before I was gifted my now dead Cuisinart. I make a Kahlua cream pie that this Baileys pie will be perfect with at a birthday luncheon I’m hosting in a couple of weeks.

    1. Lindsay

      Hi Karen, I do actually leave the filling in the Oreos. I can’t think of a time I’ve ever used Oreos in a recipe and removed the filling. My guess is that you find that people don’t mention it because they leave the filling in. If they removed it, they’d probably mention it. Sort of like you’d see someone mention if you sift the flour, but not mention it if you don’t need to. As for it being a pain to crush them with the filling, I often use a food processor and have never had a problem (and mine’s a pretty old one). You could also chop them up with a sharp knife. I hope you enjoy the pie!

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