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Have you ever seen a bunch of people flock around a dessert like a bunch of wolves ready to pounce on a deer? Well, that perfectly describes what happens every time I pull this trifle out to serve. It is by far the most popular trifle I’ve created, but it’s nearly impossible to go wrong with Oreos.
This layer is my favorite part…look at all of those Oreos! I dipped the Oreos in milk and broke them up into pieces while layering them in the trifle dish so they’re soft when it’s time to eat. And the best part? There are TWO layers, just like this.
This recipe is also in my second cookbook, What’s for Dinner?
Trifles are so easy to make and so delicious. Since most trifles have pudding and whipped topping in them, they always hang out in the fridge with all of the other cool food items…probably making them gawk at its beauty. Shoot, I do.
Oreo Trifle Recipe:
1 box brownie mix (plus oil, water and eggs to bake)
1 package Oreo cookies
2 small boxes instant chocolate pudding mix
4 cups milk (extra for dunking Oreos)
1 (8 oz.) container whipped topping
Following directions on brownie box, bake brownies in oven. Cool completely. Combine pudding mix and milk, whisk until blended. Take half of brownies and crumble into bottom of trifle bowl. Spoon half of pudding mixture on top of brownies. Dip half of Oreos in milk (to soften) and place on top of pudding mixture in bowl. Spoon half of remaining whipped topping on top of Oreo layer. Repeat layering. Top with crumbled Oreos, put plastic wrap on top and store in refrigerator.
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Thank you! This looks and sounds so much better than the recipe I found. I know it will be a hit at the reunion!!
I’m planning on making this for a party. Does it stay well in the fridge overnight to make ahead of time? Thanks for all your great recipes.
Yes, it does great overnight! Most of the time when I make this, it’s either the morning of or the day before, and it keeps for several days. Hope you enjoy it! 🙂
How does this recipe do without the brownies? It could be a great “throw together at the last minute” dessert without baking the brownies and waiting for them to cool.
Honestly, I haven’t tried them without brownies…but that would be an amazing Oreo dessert! Just try doubling the Oreo cookies in place of brownies. 😉
I don’t have a trifle dish, so I make it into a pie. It’s a hit with everyone!! Thanks so much!!!