Tuesday, 26 December 2017

SLJ Bonus Activity: Sweet tooth

Bonus Activity: Sweet tooth

When World War II ended, a number of people from Europe moved to New Zealand looking for a peaceful place to live and raise a family. When they came, they brought recipes and foods from their native countries with them, including hamburgers, pizza and other delicious foods.

I usually have a chocolate chip cookie with my tea. I love biscuits! What is your favourite sweet treat or dessert? Use google to find a recipe for it. Type the recipe out on your blog. Make sure you also include a picture.

Oreo Cookies and Cream Trifle
1 package of Oreos
3-4 cups of whipped cream
1 chocolate cake (9×13 is best, any recipe.)
4 cups of Oreo pudding (chocolate or vanilla would also work.)
Set aside about 15 Oreos to line the sides of the trifle. Crush the remaining Oreos. Cut your cake into cubes, whip your cream, and make your pudding.  Start layering the ingredients in a trifle dish or large bowl.  Start with pudding, then alternate with cream, Oreos, pudding and cake. Layer until all ingredients are gone, and finish with whipped cream and some Oreos on top. Chill before serving.Image result for cookies and cream trifle
For this cookie & cream trifle we use a full package of Oreo's, a box of cookies & a cream pudding.
Make your chocolate cake - use your most favorite recipe or make it from a huge mix.
Crunch up about 20 Oreo's, leaving about 15 Oreo's to line up the trifle. 
Whip up all your cream to make the pudding. We all used the oreo pudding and then taste it. It is a really easy dessert to create for the whole family. Regular chocolate or vanilla pudding will work for this recipe as well.

Bonus Points: 10

1 comment:

  1. Kia Ora Hinerangi,

    Yum! Your dessert looks absolutely delicious. I love Oreo cookies and, in fact, often have an Oreo cookie blizzard when I go home to Canada. One of my favourite restaurants in Canada is called 'Dairy Queen' and they make the most amazing Oreo-ice cream desserts. I can feel myself wishing that I was in Canada right now eating one!

    I hope that you have had the chance to enjoy many treats over the past week. Did you have a special dessert on Christmas day? We had sorbet and strawberries...

    Keep up the great work with your blogging, Hinerangi. Billy and I are really enjoying your posts :)