Need an easy dessert for a Super Bowl Party

debster812

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OK, I have been 'elected' to bring a dessert to my DSIL's Super Bowl Party. And of course, our Pats are playing, so I was hoping to do something to tie that in. Anyone have any brilliant ideas? I was thinking of a sheet cake, cut in the shape of a shirt, and decorated to look like a Pats jersey, but...they will also be celebrating a couple of birthdays, so there will be lots of cake. Ideas please!!
 
Oreo Cookie Dessert


1 lb Oreo cookies
1 stick butter melted
8 oz. softened cream cheese
2 8 oz. containers of cool whip
1 cup confectioners sugar
1 package chocolate instant pudding
1 package vanilla instant pudding
3 cups milk

Crush cookies (even the whites) and set aside 1/4 cup.
Mix cookie crumbs and melted margarine and press into 9 x 13 pan. Refrigerate 1 hour.
Mix together cream cheese, 1 carton cool whip and 1 cup confectioners sugar. spread over cookie crust. Refrigerate 1 hour.
Combine milk and 2 packages of pudding and spread on top of cream cheese layer.
Top with 2nd carton of cool whip and sprinkle reserved crumbs over top. Refrigerate.

Enjoy

AandBs MOM
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Both Bread Pudding and Bananas Foster are traditional New Orleans desserts. How about this recipe that combines both.


Bananas Foster Bread Pudding
Yield: 16 Servings

Ingredients

     10 oz bread -- stale, crumbled
  1 1/2 c  milk
  1 1/2 c  cream
      1 c  banana liqueur
      2 c  sugar
      8 tb butter -- melted
      4 lg eggs
      2 tb vanilla
      5 md bananas -- cut up
      1 c  pecans -- chopped
      1 tb cinnamon


BANANAS FOSTER SAUCE
1 ea stick butter
2 c dark brown sugar
4 oz banana liqueur
4 oz dark rum
ground cinnamon

Combine all ingredients; mixture should be very moist
but not soupy. Pour into buttered 9x12" or larger
baking dish. Place into non-preheated oven. Bake at
350 degrees for approx. 75 minutes, until top is
golden brown. Serve warm with sauce.

Bananas Foster Sauce:

Melt butter and add brown sugar to form a creamy
paste. Let this mixture caramelize over heat for
approx. 5 minutes. Stir in banana liqueur and rum.
Heat and ignite. Agitate to keep flame burning, and
add a few pinches of voodoo magic (ground cinnamon) to
the flame. Let flames go out and serve warm over warm
bread pudding.

Recipe By : New Orleans School of Cooking
 
yummy yum yum

Thanks everyone! These sound great.
 
Okay... I can't think of anything spefic, but I would do something with red white and blue !! How about a fruit triffle.... layer the cake and pudding with blueberries and strawberries !

GO PATS !!!!
 















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