Another recipe time! So recently, I had this Jell-O Oreo No Bake Dessert which I think is really amazing and easy to do since it doesn’t require baking which we all know takes blooming ages. You guys may or may not know that I really have a sweet tooth and I just love this, I love Oreos and desserts so it’s perfect for me. This blog is to help you do it, though there are already instructions on the side of it but they’re not that clear so, I decided to write this to make it easy for you.
- 4 tbsp melted butter
- 1 1/3 cups of cold milk
- Crust Mix, Filling Mix, Cookies (which jell-o already provided)
- First things first, you want to melt your butter through microwave or you can use a bowl of hot water and put a bowl on top where you will melt your butter.
- You want to mix your crust mix with 4 tbsp of melted butter. You may want to use a separate bowl or you can directly put it on your dish. Then, continue mixing until all the mixture gets moistened. Don’t put too much butter because you don’t want it to be really sticky, you just want it moistened.
- Once you got the moistened consistency, you can now start distributing evenly the mixture on your dish and pressing it using the back of the spoon, you want it to stick together just like the bottom of a cupcake. Then, set it aside.
- You may now start preparing the filling. You just want to put your filling mix and 1 1/3 cups of cold milk. Don’t use non-fat prepared milk because it will change the taste of the filling. If you are using electric beater/mixer you want to start on a slow speed for 30 seconds then continue mixing on a medium speed wich will take just around 2-3 minutes. But if you are hand whisking it, (which I did and nearly burnt my arms in pain) it will really take you around 5-10 minutes until it thickens.
- When the mixture gets thick, add half of the oreo cookies then continue mixing with a spoon.
- After getting the filling done, you can now put it on top of the crust you did and spread it evenly then top it with the remaining oreo cookies, and you’re done!
- You can let that baby rest in the freezer for about 4-5 hours.