Grasshopper Parfaits are a delicious no bake dessert you'll want to make right away. Watch them disapper!
Can I tell you about why I love parfaits?
They are seriously the easiest desserts ever. Ever! Not only that, they are gorgeous.
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve baked a lovely pie, then cut into it and served sad, ugly, droopy slices. Parfaits don’t let you down like that, friends.
They stay classy in their glass dish, just daring you to mess with their lovely layers.
I love them in the summer when I don’t feel like getting my bake on, but they’re just as great for last minute get-togethers or days when I’m short on time but need to bring something to a dinner.
Because they’re so pretty, no one will even guess you were in a rush.
The name is even fancy. Parfait. I mean, when you’ve got a silent letter happening, you know you just upped the class level a few notches.
For this particular dessert, I used crushed Mint Oreos, but you could just as easily use crumbled mint brownies, chocolate cake, or Thin Mint cookies. Want to swirl some fudge sauce in there too? Go ahead. I ain’t mad about it.
Because St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner, I thought the green color would be fun and festive. To be honest, we don’t do much for St. Patrick’s Day around here, but I’m never one to turn down an excuse to make a themed dessert.
You can serve these any time after preparing, but I prefer to let them sit for a few hours. The cookies soak up moisture from the pudding mixture, making them soft and cake-like.
Feel free to make this as one large dessert in a trifle dish, or layer them in small jars or dishes for individual servings.
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