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Oreo Layer Dessert

A while back my work team decided to have a little potluck lunch. Um. I’m going to go ahead and say we knocked it out of the park:
Our spread was siiiiiick. Everyone really stepped up — needless to say I was impressed.
As we were eating, I kept hearing this buzz about my teammate Kelsey’s oreo dessert. Words in line with “to die for” “seriously don’t miss this” “i went back for seconds … then thirds” were being thrown around repeatedly. So I jumped on board and the comments were accurate.
Oreo Layer Dessert
Ingredients:
1 pkg of regular Oreos
1/2 c. of butter
1 lg box of instant chocolate pudding
2-8 oz cool whips
8 oz. of cream cheese, softened
1 c. powdered sugar
Directions:
  1. Crush the whole package of cookies either with a food processor, or in a bag and a rolling pin.  Save a 1/2 c. to sprinkle on top of dessert when it’s done.  Pour remaining crumbs in a 13×9 pan.
  2. Melt butter and pour into crumb mix.
  3. Stir it up good and press crumbs in bottom of pan to make a crust.
  4. Make chocolate pudding according to package directions and let it setup in the fridge.
  5. In a mixing bowl blend cream cheese until nice and smooth and then add powdered sugar, mix.  Then fold in 1-8 oz thing of cool whip.
  6. Top oreo layer with cream cheese mix, then pudding, then your last 8 oz thing of cool whip, and then sprinkle remaining Oreo’s on top.
  7. Cover and refridgerate until ready to serve.
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About thetwentysixthyear

September 6, 2011: I turn twenty-six years old. I live and work in downtown Chicago and really can't complain about too much -- great family, great friends, great life. So this is my personal blog. Experiencing and living my twenty-sixth year. I have no idea what to expect or where I'll be one year from now ... but one thing is certain: I will enjoy the ride.

One response »

  1. I make this recipe too and everyone absolutely loves it! Mouth is watering just thinking about it!

    http://thethreadaffect.com/2011/11/26/oreo-cookie-dessert-2/

    Reply

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