Oreo Dirt Cake

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Oreo Dirt Cake - Marty's Musings

(Don’t miss the link party at the end of the post!)

It’s been a somewhat rough winter in NC. A big snow (for us) and a recent ice storm left many without power for days.

I’ve had enough of this.

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And need to see more of this.

Oreo DIrt Cake - Marty's Musings

Today I’m so happy to be joining with my friend Amy at Atta Girl Says and Kelly from My Soulful Home to bring you a touch of spring with our Swing Into Spring recipes.

To me, chocolate never goes out of season, and Oreo Dirt Cake is the second all time favorite post on my blog!

Oreo DIrt Cake - Marty's Musings

This time I changed out the recipe just a bit and served it up all ladylike for the pictures.

This is a favorite request at our house for birthdays, holidays and any time I we have a chocolate craving!

 Oreo DIrt Cake - Marty's Musings 

Oreo Dirt Cake
This popular Oreo dessert is easy to make and great for parties!
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  1. ½ stick of butter
  2. 1 8-oz. pkg cream cheese, softened
  3. 1 cup powdered sugar
  4. 2 (3.5 oz.) packages instant vanilla pudding mix
  5. 3½ cups milk
  6. 1 (16 oz.) container frozen whipped topping, thawed
  7. 1 large package oreo cookies with creme filling
  1. Break cookies apart and grind in food processor or blender.The white creme will disappear.
  2. Mix butter, cream cheese and sugar in largest mixing bowl.
  3. Add pudding and milk and mix thoroughly.
  4. Add whipped topping and mix gently.
  5. Layer in a 9x13 dish, alternating creme and cookie layers. Finish with cookies on top.
  6. Chill until ready to serve (24 hours if possible).
  1. This recipe can be made with vanilla or chocolate INSTANT pudding.
  2. The size package of cookies depends on how much you love Oreos! Use less or more than called for according to taste.
  3. A popular way to serve this is in a flower pot with gummy worms on top.
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I would love if you’d go visit Amy and check out her wonderful recipe for Grilled Flatbread Pizza

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and Kelly with her recipe for Grilled Chicken over Spring Greens with CousCous. (Apparently I didn’t get the message about being healthy!)

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Don’t miss the fun- link up and share your own Spring recipes! The link up appears on all three blogs – so that’s a lot of exposure!
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  1. Thank you for hosting, Marty. I adore Oreo Dirt Cake and have been making it for many years. I’ll never forget the first time that I tasted it and how amazed I was at its yumminess! I never thought about making it with chocolate pudding instead of vanilla though – great idea when you really, really need a chocolate fix!

  2. Hi Marty, We had freezing rain yesterday in our neck of the woods. I feel so badly for those in the NE with more snow. Hooray for chocolate, the ultimate comfort food! 🙂

    • Hi, Mary. The freezing rain is awful, isn’t it? So much harder than the snow. We homeschool so my kids don’t really get a snow day unless there’s actually snow!

  3. This is a favorite recipe at church functions! The children would clear it out right away! So delighted to join you all this week – so excited that it’s almost Spring! I appreciate you hosting,

  4. Marty whatever message you got, it was the right one! Your Oreo Dirt Cake looks divine!! I will definitely be trying it. 🙂

  5. Marty! I have not had breakfast yet… I could eat the whole thing!!!!! So yummy!

  6. Thank you for hosting, Marty! Your dirt cake looks amazing. They serve something similar at a local buffet restaurant and it is always one of my favorites. 🙂

  7. Thanks so much for hosting today’s recipe party! Can’t wait to visit the links!

  8. Oh dear me, you had me at OREO! This looks fab, and my kids would go bonkers over it! Thanks for sharing Marty! And thanks for hosting also!!!

  9. Thanks so much for hosting! Your recipe looks yummy!! All about the Oreos. Fun co-hosting with your this week!! ~Christy

  10. Yum! My kids would love this 🙂

  11. Ladylike, down and dirty, straight out of the pan — I’ll take Oreo dirt cake any way you want to serve it to me. Hint, hint. Actually, not really. I don’t need it. But I sure want it!

  12. I forgot to tell you I made this several weekends ago and the kids and Bill (ok I may have had seconds and thirds) went crazy for this dessert. So now it is a family favorite of ours, too. Thanks for hosting the Recipe Event and for sharing your fabulous recipe again. Besides, we can’t all eat healthy all the time. LOL xxoo, barb

  13. Love Dirt Cake! Made some last weekend for my DIL’s baby shower. The theme was Boys Will Be Boys and we decorated with all things BOY. On the food table, we used large Tonka trucks as serving dishes! We piled the Dirt Cake on a silicon mat and pushed a toy bulldozer up against it. Looked just like a big pile of dirt being moved. I use plain old store brand cookies instead of Oreos and it tastes the same.

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