Monday, August 25, 2008

Death by Pudding

I want to share a really scrumptious recipe with you, called Oreo Pudding. I must warn you, though, this is one rich dessert! Not to mention it's addictive, so it's probably best to make it for a family reunion, church potluck, boy scout troupe, or any other large enough gathering that you won't go in to a sugar coma nibbling on it by yourself! Also, it is really important to make it at least 24 hours before you want to serve it, maybe more, because it needs to set and chill thoroughly. If you have a child to make it with, they will love crushing the Oreos for you, too, as long as you don't mind them licking off their hands between every cookie. Ok, here it is! And I promise you, it's worth it.

Oreo Pudding

1 small pkg. of Oreo cookies, crushed
1 large container of Cool Whip (12 oz)
1 8-oz pkg. of cream cheese, softened
1 cup powdered sugar
2 small boxes vanilla instant pudding
3 cups milk

Mix last five ingredients together with an electric mixer or a whisk. Layer with crushed Oreos and pudding mixture. Top with crushed Oreos. Chill in fridge very, very thoroughly, for a day or two. Serve in small dessert dishes. Share!

14 comments:

Cherdecor said...

Thanks for the recipe. I know that the men in this house will love it!

Betsy said...

Got any leftovers? ...I'll be right over! :)

Ruth Hull Chatlien said...

Oh my, it does sound deadly. LOL

jenniferw said...

Ahhhh ... I can feel the sugar rush already! My family's going to love this one! Duly pilfered! Thanks, T!

Wanda said...

Oh my, I've been off sugar for 4 weeks....and just reading your recipe I felt 5 pounds jump on my waist.

I will save it for a later date.

Merle said...

Dear Rosezilla ~~ That recipe sounds delish. Thanks for sharing it. I do
hope all the hurricanes have passed
by and not done too much damage.
Thank you for your comments and I loved Julie Andrews song too, and unfortunately I can relate to some of it. Glad you are young enough not to have that worry. Take care, Love, Merle.

daffy said...

Ah, nice looking recipe but I tend to stay away fromt he kitchen at all costs... I may pass it on to Mr Daffy though... he far more at home in the kitchen than I am!
:o)

Sew Anyway said...

This will be at the top of the dessert list for next week's menu. Yummo! Thanks for sharing it with us. :*)

Sara said...

Whew, I'm saved from death by pudding in this instance...it sounds delicious, and I'm sure it is, but I have never acquired a taste for Oreo's. There are so many other lush desserts around, and I can never say no...

Lavinia said...

Sounds dee-lish. I like that it has so much milk in it...helps to convince me it's wholesome as I go for seconds!

Thanks!

Charli and me said...

Now those sound soo good! I will have to try them soon. Please stop by. I have an award for you. I hope you have a lovely evening.

LOUISE said...

I shall have to drool from afar! I don't know what our equivalent of Cool Whip and boxes of vanilla instant pudding would be? Sounds lovely all the same. x

Rosezilla said...

Yes, Louise, I always have trouble with you guys' recipes, too! But there are online conversion charts, that's what I use. Here's one link,

http://www.theskinnycook.com/convert-measurements.html

see if that helps any!

A Spoonful Of Sugar said...

Sounds delicious! My kids love Oreo's.

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