Cookies and Cream Fluff

This week I bought 'dippin' dots' for my kids at the grocery store. You know, those little round frozen balls of ice cream that up until about a year ago were only available at amusement parks and fairs? Now my local grocery store sells them and I bought various flavors, including one that quickly became their favorite; Cookies and Cream.

This reminded me of a very popular, easy dessert that hardly needs a 'recipe' to make, but I realize that some new cooks or people that don't trust themselves to just 'whip something up' may want or need an actual recipe for.

This one is for you! So easy! So good. It's great for a young child to make so perhaps you could use this for tonights dessert and let your little ones help you in the kitchen? It might become a family favorite and the children can start making it by themselves and feel a since of accomplishment to make something that even the adults love and want more of!

Cookies 'n Cream Fluff

2 c cold milk
1 (3.4 oz) instant (sugar free*) vanilla pudding mix
1 (8 oz) carton frozen whipped topping, thawed
15 Oreo's or other chocolate cream-filled sandwich cookies, broken into chunks

Reserve about 1/4 cup of the crushed Oreo's. In a bowl, whisk milk & pudding mix until slightly thickened (about a minute or two). Fold in whipped topping & cookies. Spoon into a glass trifle bowl or individual glass dishes and top with reserved crumbs.

*I tend to buy sugar free but you can use regular full sugar too.
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