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Striped Delight

Striped Delight recipe
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Make this rich, chocolaty showstopper only if you're comfortable with rock-star status. And don't bother saying how easy it was. Practice your paparazzi wave while it chills.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
4 hr 40 min
servings
total:
24 servings
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posted:
9/22/2010
This was the 1st recipe I ever made for my fiance, it was easy and fun to make and we both loved it!! yummy :)
posted:
8/18/2010
Made it for my family awhile back. It was delicious! I am planning to make it for the summer block party.
posted:
8/14/2010
This was great!very quick &easy. Freeze for 10 minutes min. after each layer.very beautiful presentation & so yummy! Lots of compliments..I want to try it with GOLDEN OREOs and vanilla pudding next!
posted:
7/15/2010
I have made this recipe sooo many times because my grandson just loves it. It is a light and easy recipe that I am sure that I will make again and again.
posted:
7/5/2010
The recipe I have for this calls for 1 and a half cups of graham cracker crumbs for the crust. I made two of these for work about a month ago. One with vanilla pudding and one with chocolate fudge pudding and I also topped the cholate one with chocolate chips and the vanilla one with toffe bits. My co-workers loved it. Both were gone by the end of the day.
posted:
5/6/2010
i used a little more coolwhip for the top than called for. sprinkle oreo crumbs on top, too!
posted:
4/22/2010
DELICIOUS and always a hit... I use peanut butter Oreos to add another layer of flavor. Can be messy if it sits out so I will definitely try the freezing in between layering and between servings as suggested!
posted:
4/5/2010
Yummy and easy! I did as others suggested and put it in the freezer in between layers. I also left it in the freezer overnight and moved to the refrigerator several hours before serving. It was still partially frozen when we served it, which made it a lot easier to cut and get out of the pan. Will definitely make this again!
posted:
2/27/2010
Takes awhile to make but worth it. It's light and fluffy and delicious. I froze each layer separately as I was making it which made it so much easier to spread the next layer.
posted:
1/15/2010
This is an incredibly easy, crowd-pleasing, inexpensive dessert! I have made this dessert entirely sugar free for events where several diabetics were attending, even people NOT on dietary restrictions gobbled it up and asked for the recipe! Highly recommended to everyone, and very easy to adapt for dietary needs as well as alternate flavors and additions!
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