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Marketplace Buffet's Dirt Dessert

Dirt Dessert

from Grand Casino Biloxi's Marketplace Buffet

 

20 ounces softened cream cheese

36 ounces vanilla pudding, prepared

8 ounces whipped cream

3 ounces powdered sugar

37 ounces Oreo cookie pieces

Soften cream cheese.  In a mixing bowl, use mixer on low speed to combine the cream cheese & sugar.  Slowly add the vanilla pudding.  Fold in the whipped cream and Oreo cookie pieces.  Use an ice cream scoop and serve in bowls garnished with chocolate syrup & cherries.

Makes: 15 servings

Prep time: 15 minutes

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