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    • Oreo Trifle Cake

      6 tablespoons yellow cake mix
      2 tablespoons milk
      1 small box Oreo Cookies 'n Creme; instant pudding mix
      1 1/2 cups milk; cold
      1 small Cool Whip; softened
      1 Oreo Cookie, crumbled



      Mix yellow cake mix with 2 tablespoons of milk until smooth.



      Bake in Easy-Bake Oven round cake pans for about 15 minutes each.
      Let cool. Cut into squares.



      Mix remaining milk and pudding mix. Fold in cool whip.



      On the bottom of a trifle dish or glass bowl, arrange pieces from one cake. Cover with some pudding mixture. Add some cookie crumbs.



      Repeat.



      Chill until served.



      submitted by Rebekka


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