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How to make Oreo lasagna

How to make Oreo lasagna
Colin Joliat Oreo lasagna is a perfect alternative to cake, or lasagna, or pretty much any food. It’s easy enough that even I could figure out how to make it. Step your food game up with this dish fit for the internet. I come across a lot of things that make me say, “I should definitely try that.” Whether it’s a recipe for something ridiculous like Oreo lasagna or a new way to sneak alcohol into a game, there are brilliant ideas floating around on which none of us capitalize. Let the fun begin. Layer 2 is a crazy concoction of cream cheese, milk, sugar, and cool whip. The third layer is where things started to go wrong. The penultimate layer is fancy talk for next-to-last. Finally, just add chocolate chips. Throw the whole thing in the freezer for an hour, have a few cocktails, and in no time you’re ready for the finest Oreo lasagna the internet has to offer. The one question you’ll probably have is, “What aisle is Cool Whip in?” DIRECTIONS 1.

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