Monday, July 6, 2015


So I have made many variations of the Oreo Cream cake. There are just so many fun things you can do with it! Well with these new SMOREO cookies that came out I had to find a way to put it in a dessert. I found a recipe on and mixed a little of my own flare into it to make the most awesome dessert ever!

The Smore Cream cake

You can also so the recipe in a small loaf pan or trifle dish (which the recipe I originally saw called for - but we were making for a larger crowd so I did the larger pan)

2 packs S'more Oreo cookies
1 large instant chocolate pudding (and milk to make it with)
1 jar marshmallow cream
1 jar hot fudge
1/2 bag mini marshmallows
1 large container of cool whip (or 2 small containers)
1 8 oz cream cheese
1 stick butter, melted
1 cup powdered sugar.

Prepare the chocolate pudding according to the package and set aside. 

Take one bag of Smore Oreos and crumble them (I take a large ziplock bag and crumble them or toss them, into a blender).

Pour the Oreo crumbs into the bottom of your pan. Take your melted butter and mix it into your Oreo crumbs, pressing down into the bottom of the pan to make a crust.

In a medium bowl, beat your cream cheese until blended. Mix in 1 cup powdered sugar until evenly mixed. Fold in half of the large whipped cream (or 1 small container). Set aside. (this will be referred to as the cream cheese layer)

In a separate bowl blend the remaining cool whip and marshmallow cream until well blended, set aside (this will be referred to as the marshmallow cream layer).

We now are ready to start layering! You can do this a few ways. In the picture above in the 9x13 dish I layered it as follow:

Oreo Cookie Crumb layer, Cream cheese layer, Chocolate pudding layer, chocolate syrup layer, marshmallow cream layer, marshmallows.

If you are using a trifle dish or the bread pan you will want to use small layers. I would recommend:
Cookie layer, cream cheese layer, chocolate pudding layer, chocolate syrup layer, marshmallow cream layer, a layer of cookies and continue this pattern until you get to the top and add the marshmallows.

We didn't put an extra layer of cookies in ours but we think it will bring even more gooey goodness to it! You could also toss in some graham crackers. 

To get the browned marshmallow look, just broil for a few seconds (no more than 30. It doesn't take long at all!)

Once the marshmallows are browned, wrap up and place in the fridge for a few hours until ready to eat! Its SOOOOO delicious. Perfect for summer nights!

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