OREO Dirt Cake Recipe with Halloween Dirt Cake Directions can be an easy dirt cake recipe for any occasion. This no bake dessert is always a crowd-pleaser.
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Check out my other go-to easy dirt cake recipe made with vanilla pudding.
I like to serve dirt cake in a clear glass trifle bowl so the layers show through. But, any large serving bowl will do the trick.
Serving suggestion to make OREO dirt cake cups. This works great for parties, especially kid parties!
I use clear plastic cups and add a scoop of dirt cake. Then, I top with Halloween candy like an RIP Milano cookie, candy corn pumpkin, and Sour Patch Kid Zombie.
I made the RIP Milano cookies using Pepperidge Farm Milano Cookies and a toothpick dipped in brown Wilton gel food coloring.
Another (perhaps easier) way to write on the cookies is with a food coloring pen. I didn’t have an edible food coloring pen, but the toothpick dipped in food coloring gel worked well enough.
OREO dirt cakes are always a popular and most requested dessert by my kids. They are simple to make.
No need to stress if your pudding and cool whip layers get mixed up. It’s totally OK and the dirt cake will still taste exactly the same.
Another creepy candy idea to decorate your dirt cake is gummy worms!
Check out my Gummy Worms Dirt Cake Recipe made with edible brownie cups!