Scrumptious Chocolate Dirt Cake Recipe made easy with Cream Cheese, instant chocolate pudding, powdered sugar and whipped cream layered with crushed Chocolate Oreo Cookies.
This delicious cake was very popular
in the 1970s. My twin sister made it a lot when she was entertaining,
especially with her grandchildren. She served it at a wedding receptions.
Chocolate Oreo cookies (20oz.) crushed
16 oz. Cream Cheese (16 oz.) softened at room temperature
1-1/2 cups powdered sugar
16 oz. frozen whipped topping, thawed
2 (3.5 oz. boxes) instant Chocolate Pudding
3-1/2 cups cold milk
Crumble cookies in a bowl and set aside. In a mixing bowl mix pudding mix and chilled milk according to directions on package. Set aside to thicken.
Cream sugar and cream cheese together in a mixing bowl until light and fluffy. Fold in thickened pudding. Mix thoroughly and fold old in whipped topping.
Assemble cake by layering cookie crumbs and pudding starting and ending with crumbs on top, in a container of your choice. (See a few suggestions Below).
Place in refrigerator a for a couple of hours to chill thoroughly.
Line a child size, unused and cleaned sand pail, with tin foil. Layer pudding mix and crumbs as above.
Wrap toys such as a toy rake and spade in plastic wrap or foil and insert in cake just deep enough for handles to stand up.
on a ribbon or bow (optional). For more fun, bury some candy wiggle
worms in the pudding or attach them to outside of the pail.
Using an unused and cleaned plastic flower pot, line the bottom and sides with tin foil.
Wrap artificial flowers in plastic or foil and insert into pot making a flower arrangement.
Use a 13" x 9" oblong pan (or equivalent size) or glass dish and layer according to above instructions.
Mix 1 1/2 cups
Angel Flaked coconut and a few drops of green food coloring to make a
grass green color. Sprinkle over top of 13" x 9" cake.
Stick various colored Jelly Beans on tip of green colored party picks and poke into top of cake, making it colorful like a beautiful flower garden.
What child won't go wild over this?
If the party picks are too long to stand up sturdy, snip one end off to the size that works/stands up, best.
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