Oreo Icebox Cake

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Oreo Icebox Cake is dessert meant for kids. It is Oreo cookies on highway speed layered with creamy and decadent dee-lish-usness. It is quick to make and your kids could even put it together by themselves. There is always the threat of cookies getting gobbled before the dish is done, so buy an extra box to cover all the taste testing.

The original Oreo cookie is still the most popular, two thin outer chocolate crunchy layers with a vanilla frosting filling in the middle. It is over 100 years old, and was developed by Nabisco, in its shop on Manhattan. Today that length of street is called, Oreo Way. Oreos have had a fascinating history, and has been redeveloped and re-patented for many reasons. For example, the decorative stamp on the cookie has been redesigned over the years, and Nabisco replaced the lard and trans fats that were in the cookies at different times with non-trans fats when health concerns were found with respect to trans fats. Oreos have even been produced for special events and in an entire rainbow of colors. They can be bought almost anywhere in the world today, and generally the cookies are made in the regions where they are sold. In North America, a 300 foot long oven in Virginia bakes thousands of Oreo cookies each day.

These are a classic American cookie that are a wonderful combination of crunchy and sweet. They can be crushed and used in so many ways. Crush them up and sprinkle them on ice cream, or make a pie crust using these cookies instead of graham wafers. Add them to cakes and even other cookie recipes. This cookie has great flavor and lots of versatility. Enjoy this treat tonight!

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