Oreo Cream Fluff

craftycreativekathy.wordpress.comIf you check out my recipe archive, it’s obvious I favor making desserts! If you are visiting and there aren’t any home-made dessert goodies found in the kitchen, then you should leave immediately! You are at the wrong house! LOL One of my favorite quickie desserts are the Pillow Sandies. I can’t begin to describe the yummy sensation of whipped topping melting in your mouth with yummy crumbs from pecan sandies! Not to mention it is a 3-ingredients dessert (my favorite kind of recipe). I started thinking, I bet this recipe would work on just about any cookie? So the Oreo Cream Fluff was born! Again, 3-ingredients is all it takes to achieve a creamy, chocolaty and fluffy taste explosion! Give this easy and cool dessert a try! It’s perfect in the summer time! No oven, no cooking…just dip and drop!

Printable Recipe: Oreo Cream Fluff

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Ingredients:

  • 1 package of Oreo cookies

  • Milk

  • 16 oz container of frozen whipped topping, thawed

Directions:

Pour milk in a glass this is wide and deep enough for you to dunk a whole Oreo cookie in.

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Dunk one Oreo cookie at a time in the milk. Place the dunked

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Oreo cookie in a glass dish in an even layer.

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Cover the Oreo cookie layer with a layer of whipped topping.

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Repeat steps 2 and 3, two times more ensuring you have three Oreo cookies left over.

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In a sandwich-size Ziploc, smash the cookies using the side of a meat tenderizer.

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Spread the crushed Oreo crumbs all over the last layer of whipped topping. Cover the dish and place in the fridge for at least 1-2 hours to chill. Scoop out and enjoy! Store any leftover in a covered dish in the fridge.

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