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Orange Creamsicle Pie Recipe

Orange Creamsicle Pie is a creamy no-bake pie perfect for summer. This pie tastes just like your favorite childhood treat.

Slice of Orange Creamsicle Pie


You can serve this pie frozen or partially thawed. It will get runny as it comes to room temperature.

Hot summer days call for cool and creamy desserts like this Orange Creamsicle Pie. Sweetened condensed milk and orange juice concentrate are combined with heavy cream and cream cheese in a graham cracker crust. This pie has tons of creaminess and orange flavor. There’s orange juice concentrate, orange zest, AND orange flavoring for a triple whammy. Orange flavoring is fairly inexpensive and can be found in the baking aisle with the vanilla extract.

Slice of Orange Creamsicle Pie


Since I like summers very laid back, I use store-bought graham cracker crust for this recipe, but you could make a homemade graham cracker crust.


Southern summers are long and hot so we need to take measures to stay cool. There’s no better way to beat the summer heat than with a cool and creamy dessert.


Slice of Orange Creamsicle PieOrange Creamsicle Pie in pie pan.

Love no-bake pies? We have lots of them for you. This Pink Lemonade Pie is another summer favorite. And I can never get enough of this No-Bake Peanut Butter Cup Pie. This Ambrosia Pie is full of pineapple, oranges, coconut, and maraschino cherries. So good!

Find more no-bake desserts on our Youtube Channel like this quick and easy Butterfinger Pie.

It is one of the most popular recipes on Spicy Southern Kitchen. One bite of it and you’ll see why.

Slice of Orange Creamsicle Pie

Orange Creamsicle Pie

Orange Creamsicle Pie is a creamy no-bake pie perfect for summer. This pie tastes just like your favorite childhood treat.

PREP: 12 minutes
COOK: 0 minutes
Freeze: 2 hours


  • 3 ounces cream cheese, softened
  • 1 1/2 cups heavy cream
  • 1 (14-ounce) can sweetened condensed milk
  • 1/2 cup frozen orange juice concentrate
  • 1 1/2 tablespoons orange zest
  • 2 teaspoons orange extract
  • 1 prepared graham cracker crust
  • whipped cream and orange slices for serving


  • Using an electric mixer with a whisk attachment, beat cream cheese until very smooth.
  • Add heavy cream, sweetened condensed milk, orange juice concentrate, and orange zest. Beat until thickened, about 3 minutes.
  • Stir in orange extract. Pour filling into pie crust. Place in freezer for at least 2 hours before serving.
  • Pipe whipped cream around edges. Can be served frozen or you can let it thaw at room temperature for 20 minutes before serving.


This pie will start to melt as it comes to room temperature. 
A 9-inch pie crust is best for this recipe. There is a little too much filling for an 8-inch pie crust.


Calories: 511kcal
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: Southern
Keyword: no-bake pie, summer

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Recipe adapted from Perfect Pies and More

No-Bake Orange Creamsicle Pie

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20 thoughts on “Orange Creamsicle Pie Recipe”

  1. We thoroughly enjoyed this pie for my husband’s birthday. I did add about 1/3 package of orange jello with the cream cheese to help it not melt as quickly. I also made a graham cracker crust for a larger pie plate and still had some filling left over, so I just put the extra in a container in the freezer (still delicious). The biggest challenge was finding frozen orange juice concentrate.

  2. This absolutely the most delicious pie I’ve ever tasted. My neighbor made it for me and gave me the recipe. I’ve made it several times and always turns out well and everyone loves it.

  3. Grant English

    Would fresh oranges be a good substitute to the concentrate or is the extra sugars in the frozen necessary?

  4. Can a bit a couple sheets of plain gel stain be used to help the pie be more substantial and not melt. Love the ingredients and would like to make it with this deviation.

  5. I didn’t see any reply when someone asked if you could use a regular mixer. I don’t have a whisk one either. I’d like to make it, but not going out to buy a new mixer at 83 yrs.old.

    1. I used my regular beaters on low speed worked just as good.
      I’ve also used 1pkg of Orange jello powder. This really gives it a kick.
      Remember to have beaters ice cold as well as the bowl so it stays cool as your blending all ingredients.
      Freeze……then serve after 2.5hrs

  6. K. Richardson

    You do not specify whether to thaw the orange juice, or not? Also, you do not specify what size of pie shell..I bought the 8″ Graham cracker crust and had way too much filling leftover.

    1. Christin
      Christin Mahrlig

      Good points. The orange juice should be tahwed or partially thawed so that it is easier to mix in. You are right, a large graham cracker crust is needed.

  7. I need recipe for the Mac, chicken, black beans, corn, red onion that was on today during the orange pie.

  8. Sonny Bellotte

    This HAS to be AWESOME!!

    Myself being a senior bachelor, I’d not want to eat an entire pie, before it spoils, all by myself. I wonder about turning it into bars? Then freezing by twos to enjoy more casually over a longer period of time? I’d be very interested in your thoughts on this.

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