Dirt Pudding

This is one of my favorite desserts and its great for summer since it requires no baking. The only bad thing, you have to wait to eat it. It has to be refrigerated for 10 – 12 hours!

Technically you wouldn’t have to wait, you could go ahead and snag you a little taste while making it. Not that I’ve done that. :)

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I normally make it in my baking dish but this last time I was taking it to church and wanted to do something fun, so I put it in the clear bowl so you can see the layers. You can also put gummy worms on top for the fun of it.

Dirt Pudding

This past week we had our family pictures taken. Our friend Kevin took them for us and he did an awesome job! I wanted to share a few of my favorites.

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This kid loves to smile.

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Callen was more interested in the kids playing soccer.

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He looks like a little bald-headed baby but I promise he has hair!

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Thanks again Kevin! Here’s Kevin’s facebook page if you want to contact him about getting pictures!

dirt pudding grave yard

For this past Halloween I made the dirt pudding but I made it into a grave yard by using gummy worms, and Milano cookies and using a plastic bag to pip the RIP on the cookies. So easy and fun!

Hope you enjoy the Dirt Pudding and you have a great week!

Dirt Pudding

Ingredients

1 1/2 packs of Oreos

Group 1

1 – 8 oz cream cheese (room temperature)

1 stick butter (room temperature)

1 – 8 oz cool whip

1 cup sugar

Group 2

2 small instant vanilla pudding

3 cups milk

1 tsp vanilla

Directions

Mix group 1 together in a large bowl. I let my stand mixer do all the work. In a separate bowl, mix group 2 together. After each group is mix and combined thoroughly, combine group 2 into group 1 and mix until combined.

Crush oreos. Pour oreos on bottom of pan, layer pudding mixture and top with more crushed oreos. It’s up to you on how many layers, depending on what type of bowl or pan you’re using.

Refrigerate 10 – 12 hours.

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