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Oreo Dirt Pudding made special! Make this classic chocolatey deliciousness into individual servings, for an easy dessert!
I love making individual sized desserts. This recipe is so easy to make and looks like you went to a LOT more effort than you really did. Can’t call that a better win, right?
Well, you could, because these oreo dirt pudding parfaits are SO yummy!
I am able to throw these together in about 15 minutes total and let them hang out in the fridge until dessert time, but I have been known to just make it while my kids dawdle over dinner.
It’s entirely possible to make just half the recipe, in case you don’t want like 6 desserts hanging out in your fridge just staring at you, begging you to eat them.
Not that it’s a problem for me, of course… I have willpower* and am a superhero*
I would be remiss if I didn’t mention – this is NOT diet food. I mean I GET that it’s January and you have New Year’s Resolutions, but VALENTINE’S DAY IS COMING, PEOPLE!
Ahem. Sorry. I get excited about dessert.
If you love individual desserts, you’ll also love Bailey’s Chocolate Mousse.
*neither of these statements are even a little bit true 🙂
Kylee’s Notes & FAQs
What to do with leftovers
Store (covered) in the refrigerator for up to 4 days.
- Make a vanilla version! Use the golden Oreos, and make vanilla (or banana pudding), and keep other ingredients the same.
- Don’t have 6 glasses? Use one big dish, and layer it all up in one big dish of deliciousness, and use a spoon to serve individual portions.
- Make this ahead, this will keep in the fridge for a few days. But I would recommend waiting til serving time to sprinkle the cookie crumbs.
How to make Oreo Dirt Pudding Parfaits
- Begin by making the chocolate pudding, it needs to set up in the fridge for a little while first.
- Next, smash up some oreo cookies in a Ziploc bag. You can also use a food processor, but… smashing Oreos in a bag is kind of fun.
- Set aside about half a cup for sprinkling.
- Mix the cookie crumbs with the melted butter.
- Beat half the cool whip, the cream cheese, and powdered sugar together until fully blended.
- Divide buttered oreo crumbs among 6 jars, glasses or cups and stamp down a little.
- Dollop (love that word) on top of the cookie crumbs in each glass, and smooth a little.
- Top with chocolate pudding, and smooth a little.
- Add the cool whip to each glass
Sprinkle the remaining cookie crumbs over the top, and refrigerate until dessert time.
Want more dessert recipes? Of course you do!!
- Slutty Brownies Make this decadent dessert from scratch! With cookie dough on the base, oreos in the middle and brownie batter poured over the top, these are the ultimate dessert!
- Old Fashioned Buttermilk Pie. Flaky pie crust filled with a custard-like filling, that will invoke memories of times gone by.
- Apple Dumplings. Tart apples wrapped in a flaky biscuit and smothered in a buttery vanilla sauce. Topped with crunchy cinnamon sugar, this is a super easy recipe that delivers on taste!
Oreo Dirt Pudding Parfaits
- Begin by making the chocolate pudding (mix the pudding mix with the milk). Set aside in the refrigerator to set up (5 mins).
- Crush the oreos in a food processor, or Ziploc bag and rolling pin, set aside about half a cup for sprinkling.
- Mix the remaining cookie crumbs with the melted butter, and divide among 8 jars, glasses or cups.
- Tamp down (I use a shot glass) to form a crust.
- Beat half the whipped topping, cream cheese and powdered sugar together until fully blended.
- Dollop on top of the cookie crumbs in each glass and smooth a little.
- Top with chocolate pudding and smooth a little.
- Add the remaining whipped topping to each glass, and then sprinkle the remaining cookie crumbs over the top.
- Refrigerate until dessert time.
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