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Black & White Pudding Squares

Black & White Pudding Squares recipe
photo by:kraft
What’s black and white and gone in minutes? This creamy, crunchy no-bake dessert! Not only does it look impressive, but it takes only 20 minutes to prep.
20 min
4 hr 20 min
24 servings
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The crust does not hold together well. Refrigerating the crust may help, I don't know - I didn't. I used the 2 pkgs of choc pudding variation, and it was too gluey to spread over the crust. When I made the vanilla pudding, piped the lines, and tried to pull the toothpick through, the pudding didn't spread. My guess is that you need more milk, or need to work really, really fast. What a waste of time and money! I will never make this again.
Creamie, choclitie, but not too sweet, and crunch from the cookie crust.....Puuuurfect for this chocoholic!!!!!
Great picnic idea! Easy and cheap to make! Travels well. My kids and family loved it :)
It was real good kids and hubby Loved it...I will be making this again.Thank you for sharing
The picture LOOKS good. HOWEVER, the recipe is short on crust--there's no way 2 c. of Oreos will make a thick crust as pictured. Not enough butter to hold the crust together. You need to refridgerate the crust before putting the the vanilla layer on. Way too much fiddly work for such a bland-tasting dessert. Not making that again.
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