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Makes 6 servings
Layers of cookie crumbs transform simple pudding into a terrific dessert the kids and adults, too will love.
• 1 - 4-serving-size package cook-and-serve vanilla pudding mix
• 1-3/4 cups Florida Orange Juice
• 1 - 8-ounce carton vanilla or pineapple low-fat yogurt
• 3/4 cup coarsely crushed gingersnaps and/or chocolate wafer cookies (about 10)
• Florida Orange Peel Curls or Wedges (optional)
• Fresh mint sprigs (optional)
Prepare pudding mix according to package directions, except use the 1-3/4 cups orange juice instead of milk.
Transfer pudding to a bowl.
Cover surface with plastic wrap. Chill thoroughly.
Before serving, fold yogurt into pudding.
Divide one-third of the pudding mixture among 6 glasses.
Sprinkle with half of the crushed cookies. Repeat pudding and cookie layers.
Top with remaining pudding mixture.
If desired, garnish with orange peel curls or wedges and fresh mint sprigs.
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