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Dirt Cake

Yes that is indeed a “cake”. Although when you present it in a cutesy flower pot and have rosemary it in, you’ll be sure to catch some strange glances when you dive into it with your spoon. But when they see that creamy pudding interior, trust me, they’ll be asking for a spoon as well.

Dirt Cake

This is one of my childhood favorite treats. It made the rounds at birthday parties, school parties, you name it. Sometimes there were even gummy worms in the center or crawling out of the top. This especially pleased the boys ; ) The crushed oreos scarily resemble dirt, making this cake quite believable.

I like to present mine in small ceramic flower pots. And make a smaller 8 x 8 dish with the rest. If you plan on adding herbs {as pictured above} or even flowers, just wrap the bottoms with plastic wrap. I’ve found the best way to crush the oreos is with my food processor. If you don’t have one, just throw them  into a large zip top plastic bag and crush them with your rolling pin {great job for the kids}

Dirt Cake
What you’ll need:
12 ounces chocolate pudding {+ ingredients to make pudding}
8 ounces cream cheese – softened
6 tablespoons unsalted butter – softened
16 ounces whipped cream
16 ounces oreo cookies – crushed

What to do:
1. Make pudding according to package directions. Set aside to cool.

2. Into your mixer bowl add: cream cheese, butter. Mix until creamy. Add pudding. Mix to combine.

3. FOLD in whipped cream.

4. To assemble your cake: {use whatever dish you prefer} alternate layers of oreo crumbs and filling. Beginning and ending with oreos.

5. Chill cake for a minimum of four hours or until it sets up.

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