No Bake Chocolate Oreo Lasagna

No Bake Chocolate Oreo Lasagna

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No Bake Chocolate Oreo Lasagna
No Bake Chocolate Oreo Lasagna
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Never have we seen a no bake dessert recipe look so delectable. In this No Bake Chocolate Oreo Lasagna, an Oreo crust is topped with layers of chocolatey goodness. A cream cheese layer is followed by a chocolate pudding layer, topped with whipped cream, and garnished with more Oreos. We love quick and easy dessert recipes, especially ones that don't even require an oven. This is a great summer dessert no matter what the occasion.

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Want more easy no bake dessert recipes? Check out these 15 No Bake Desserts That Won't Heat Up The House for cookies, bars, pies, and cakes!



 



Did You Know?



No-bake dessert recipes are the absolute best for the summer months, and this No-Bake Chocolate Oreo Lasagna is no exception. But did you know that America's Favorite Cookie is over a hundred years old? Or how the company that produces them got its name? We all know and love the brand Nabisco for bringing us these sweet chocolate treats, but their original name was the National Biscuit Company. Na-bis-co...get it?



 



Anyway, on March 6th, 1912, the National Biscuit Company released three new cookies to the public. They were originally called "The Trio," but the other two cookies have since disappeared. Americans quickly fell in love with the round, crunchy cookies filled with sweet vanilla icing. It was modeled after a traditional English biscuit. We still aren't sure where Oreo got its name, though. Some theorize that it came from the Greek word "oreo" for hill or mountain, as one of the original batches was supposedly shaped like a baseball pitching mound or small hill. 



 

Serves12

Chilling Time30 min

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NO PROBLEM PRINTING IT, MUST HAVE FIXED IT. THANKS TO THOSE WHO COMPLAINED

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