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Decadent No-Bake Desserts

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1 lb. package of Oreo cookies
1 8-oz. package of cream cheese
1/2 cup butter, softened
1 cup powdered sugar
3 cups milk
1 12-oz. tub of Cool Whip
2 3 1/2-oz. packages of instant chocolate or vanilla pudding
1/2 tsp. vanilla
Gummy worms
Plastic flowers

In a blender, crush Oreos into a powder. Place 1/3 of the crushed Oreos into a new, clean flower pot. (If your pot has a hole in the bottom, you will need to plug it up first). Set aside. Combine butter, cream cheese, sugar, and vanilla. In a separate mixing bowl, combine the milk and pudding mix, and fold the Cool Whip into the pudding. Fold the pudding mixture into butter and cream cheese mixture. Layer 1/2 of the mixture over the crushed cookies in the pot. Cover the pudding mixture with 1/3 of the crushed cookies, then add the rest of the pudding mixture. Push a few gummy worms partway into the pudding mixture and top with the remaining cookie crumbs. Chill in refrigerator for 3 to 4 hours. Before serving, “plant” a few plastic flowers in the soil. You may want to serve it with a new, clean garden trowel.

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1 Artis Kjar { 09.01.10 at 5:52 pm }

Hi, just listened to you visit on the radio show, Farm Talk, with Mick Kjar in ND. He is my son, so ALWAYS listen and especially enjoyed the one today and listening to your ‘predictions’ and other things I’ve read the almanac for year.

2 Mary { 09.01.10 at 5:44 pm }

I am loving the No-Bake chocolate cookies recipe. How wonderful will this be around the holiday season! Thanks for the recipe! :o)

3 Connie Donald { 08.30.10 at 2:46 pm }

Made the “Dirt” for my daughter-in-laws birthday @ her request. She had it years ago. Picked up french vanilla pudding instead of regular vanilla. She LOVED it, so did the grands and my son who’s not big on sweets.

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