Vanilla Dreamboat Dessert


Vanilla Dreamboat Dessert


Vanilla Dreamboat Dessert
Vanilla Dreamboat Dessert

This heavenly no-bake dessert recipe is the vanilla version of a chocolate lasagna, so it has layers of creamy deliciousness. Vanilla Dreamboat Dessert has a Golden Oreos crust, followed by a cream cheese layer, then a vanilla pudding layer, then topped off with Cool Whip and white chocolate chips. This layered dessert recipe is perfect for when you're tired of chocolate and want something cool, creamy and absolutely delicious. Plus, it takes just minutes to make.


Preparation Time20 min

Chilling Time1 hr

Cooking MethodNo Bake

Cooking Vessel Size9x13-inch baking dish

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I am sure my family will love this dessert. You can't really go wrong with vanilla pudding and white chocolate chips, can you? I was thinking about adding some sprinkles and making this dreamboat a festive lasagna for the holidays. I think that would be a great way to make this an all-year dish that everyone loves.

I am almost sure this recipe will never get made in my house. By the time I get ready to make the dessert, the golden Oreo cookies will be gone. The next trip to the grocery store I will pick up two packs and place one out of site so that I can try this recipe.

This Vanilla Dreamboat Dessert looks and sounds scrumptious. I am a fan of chocolate but I like to mix things up. The fact that there is no baking involved in this delicious concoction makes it all the better. I wrote down the ingredients and I am heading to the grocery store now.

This dessert looks heavenly! I feel like it would also be really good with lemon pudding and some toasted coconut on top! I think I'll try this for Easter as it seems to be large enough for a crowd and will be ok for those who don't like chocolate or can't eat it due to migraines. Thanks for a great recipe!

I have a four year old son, and he absolutely loves to help out in the kitchen in any way he can. I think this would be an awesome recipe to get the little ones involved with, even to make an activity out of it for a group of children. You could set out various ice cream toppings, like chocolate chips, nuts, or rainbow sprinkles and everyone could decorate / top their own piece how they like. It looks very easy and delicious!

Looks like a dessert to love. Short steps and you're done. I think crushed nuts instead of white chocolate chips would taste better...otherwise it might be too sweet. I love pudding-like desserts!

Wow! Easy, great and looks gorgeous. Thanks a million!!!

Going to try this and add some drained crushed pineapple between the cream cheese layer and pudding. I think this would be good for a warm summer day!

What a great addition gatornanaj 0666535, pineapple! You could just go ahead and sprinkle some coconut on the top, too! I love vanilla, so I thought this was a great dessert, but the picture looked like lemon, also a flavor I love, so I thought why not make both versions to take to a potluck, then I read your addition of pineapple and now the versions are endless in my mind! We should cook together! lol

I too am one of those rare souls who do not care for chocolate. It is okay, but I prefer vanilla, so this really caught my eye. Even though my granddaughters think I am really unusual, they now realize that there are other great desserts that do not have to be chocolate! I am anxious for them to try this with me.


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