No Bake Golden Oreo Lemon Dessert

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Golden Oreos were developed a number of years after the original Chocolate Oreos. Now they have become a very popular cookie and here we use it in this No Bake Golden Oreo Lemon Dessert. The original Oreo was patented in 1912 in the USA and the Lemon Oreo followed suit about 10 or 12 years later. However they arrived they have been a popular cookie and used in all kinds of dessert preparations for years.

Summer desserts that dont require you to spend time over a hot stove or with the oven are the best choices for days with high temperatures and long hours of sunshine. And lemon is a particularly good flavor for summer. It is less sweet and has plenty of tartness that quenches thirst in a way other flavors do not.

This recipe is particularly good in a number of ways. First, it uses pre-made ingredients that means it comes together quickly and easily. Second, it layers everything together and that means you can make it up in a single serving dish or make layers in individual cups or glasses. Whatever you choose be sure its glass so you can see the pretty layers.

Perhaps the best part about this type of quick and easy dessert is that little hands can join in the fun of preparing the dish. Once the pudding is made, the rest of the ingredients are crushed and placed one on top of another to create a pretty, lemony and whipped cream dish. It is light and creamy, yet also crunchy and filling. Every one will enjoy this dessert dish.

This dish is probably most delicious after spending several hours or even overnight in the fridge; however, it is not likely that your family will be able to wait that long to dig in. So make plenty. Some that they can eat as soon as it is prepared and some that can sit in the fridge until the flavors fully come together.

Either way, you know your family will love this fresh and tart blend of lemon and Oreo cookies, and so will you. Why not get the ingredients today and bring them home and make this dessert tonight?

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