|Microwave Cooking (Cookery library)|
|by Margaret Weale|
Designed for both the amateur and the more experienced cook, this book is one of a range of paperbacks which form a complete cookery library.
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Chop Oreo cookies in food ... cookies look like dirt. Mix butter, ... hours. Which makes it easier to eat. For an added mix, you can use Vanilla Oreos.
Chop Oreo cookies in food ... cookies look like dirt. Mix butter, ... mixture, leaving enough cookie mixture for the top. Decorate with gummy worms on top.
Cream: Blend: Add ... spade or a child's sand bucket and shovel to serve. Use this instead of the 2 small packages French vanilla pudding. For Dirt Cake:
Crush cookies in ... crush fine for dirt. Add candy ... can be used to keep topping from being smashed by the plastic wrap. (It is crazy, but it is good!)
Crush Oreos, save 1/2 ... Spread the cool Whip over that, and sprinkle top with remaining Oreos. Chill 2-3 hours or overnight. (Jeannie and Aaron's aunt)
Grind up cookies and set aside. Mix Jello per instruction less cup of skim milk. Add cream cheese and Cool Whip to pudding mix. Layer cookies then ...
Crush Oreos without cream filling. ... whipped cream, crushed Oreos and all the cream filling from the Oreos; pour on top of pudding. Let set in refrigerator.
Mix Jello pudding ... 5 minutes. Put Oreos or sandwich cookies ... Sprinkle rest of crushed cookies over top of pie. Put in freezer for 4 hours to firm up.
Blend together buttermilk and dry pudding mix. Then add drained oranges and Cool whip and the crushed cookies. Refrigerate.
Crush cookie (including ... alternate layers of cookie crumb and pudding cream, ending with cookie "dirt". Chill several hours on overnight before serving.
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