I made this with the sugar free Oreos (which taste pretty darn close to original Oreos) and with sugar free pudding mix,,didn't matter about the Cool Whip cause its low in sugar anyway and i think only 1 or 2 grams difference in sugar and used regular whole milk,,either version you make it is still yummy!! Made this for my Birthday instead of having a cake!
I loved that this was SO simple and SO good :) I would mention that the longer it has chilled the better it tastes. My husband and I both enjoyed it very much! Thanks for posting :)
Excellent recipe. Easy to make and as fast as I make it, it goes!! My kids can't get enough and my husband loves it too. Thanks for sharing this recipe.
Delicious and SOOOOOOOO easy! I made this for a last minute get together with friends. My DH can't get enough of it!
Oh....so easy and delicious! Used oreo mint cookies. Made it for a funeral luncheon at church...everyone LOVED it and wanted the recipe. Will make it again..thanks for sharing.
Made this for PAC Spring 2007, and specifically for 15-year-old DSS who binges on a similar dish at a local restaurant. I did have a taste, but this isn't my type of dessert. He, however, tasted it and pronounced it "SWEET" meaning excellent. He says it's better than the restaurant where he gets it, because of the layer of crushed Oreos on the bottom that aren't mixed into the pudding. I made this in a large flat bottomed bowl. I mixed the prepared pudding with one 8 oz Cool Whip and then mixed most of the second half of the cookie crumbs into it, then sprinkled remaining crumbs on top. It couldn't be easier and made one teen very happy tonight.
This was delicious! I made it on our houseboat fishing trip last weekend. Instead of the 9x13 pan, I used two 8" round pans, because the space in the refrigerators on those boats is limited. But, I don't think it mattered. This is very easy to make and the left overs were just as great the next day. With the exception of the pans used, I made this exactly as stated. Thanks for the recipe!