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Texas Dirt

Eatable Texas Dirt


Ingredients:

Oreo cookies (the original Oreos)
Large Package
Cream cheese (softened)
1 - 8 oz. package
Instant French Vanilla Pudding
3 Packages
Clay Flowerpots (preferably new)
1-10 oz.
Cool Whip
1 - 12 oz. container
Gummy worms (optional)
A few
Silk Flowers to plant in the "Dirt"
A few

Instructions:


Place cookies in the freezer until frozen, and then crush them in a food processor or blender (3 or 4 cookies at a time) The cookies will resemble potting mix when the right texture is achieved. Mix pudding and milk per directions on the pudding box, add softened cream cheese and fold in the Cool Whip. Line bottom of pot with foil or plastic wrap. Begin layering alternately ground cookies and pudding mixture, beginning and ending with a cookie layer. Refrigerate until you are ready to serve. Before serving add silk flowers according to the season. For some extra fun you can add gummy worms (I like gummy frogs) in with the cookie layers. A lot of fun.

Eat Texas Dirt, It's good for you.


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