Total Time
Prep 20 mins
Cook 0 mins

This makes a really cute center piece and tastes very refreshing. It is not hard to make and is very tasty.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Combine cream cheese, oleo and powdered sugar; set aside.
  2. Mix milk and pudding well.
  3. Now combine the cream cheese mixture with the pudding and add the 8-ounce carton of Cool Whip.
  4. In a large plastic flower pot, put a layer of crushed Oreos, then a layer of pudding mixture. Repeat till almost full, ENDING WITH A LAYER OF OREOS.
  5. Refrigerate for 24 hours.
  6. When ready to serve, stick a silk or artificial flower in top and a small plastic child's shovel in and set on table.
  7. Very cute--enjoy.


Most Helpful

I know I look strange, but dig right in.... The flowers are fake but the dirt is cake. I don't need water or tender loving care, Just eat my dirt 'til my pot is bare.

NcMysteryShopper July 10, 2005

i tried making this for the first time this new year eve. it went over really big, but it seemed to be too thick. i don't know if i beat it too long or what. But you live and learn. the bottom line is EVERY ONE enjoyed it very much.

Babybuttons January 01, 2005

This dessert is a big hit at ladies' functions especially bridal and wedding showers. I really enjoy making it in warm weather as it is very cool and refreshing.

Luby Luby Luby May 22, 2003

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