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Oreo Dirt Dessert Recipe

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Galveston Family Vacation, Oct 2017


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1 ¼ lb. pkg Oreo cookies, crushed in food processor
8 oz cream cheese
2 c powdered sugar
1 stick butter
2 small pkg instant vanilla pudding
2 ½ C milk
12 oz Cool Whip

• Cream together cream cheese, powdered sugar, and butter.
• Mix milk and instant puddings with beaters until mixture sets.
• Fold in Cool Whip into pudding, and gently stir in cream cheese mixture.
• Place alternate layers of this yummy dessert, placing crushed Oreo in container first, then pudding mixture, and repeat
ending with crushed Oreo on top.
• Cover and place in refrigerator until ready to serve.

Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:
This recipe is fun to tease your guests with. I served it in new clay pots lined with wax paper at Joel’s birthday one year. To add an extra surprise, I placed a few gummy worms in the center of the layers. The boys could not figure out why I had dirt in the refrigerator! I loved pulling a fast one on them, for once.

As another option, place some silk flowers in the center of the pot and your guests will never guess the center piece in the middle of table is edible!




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