How To Make Sara Evans’ Favorite Childhood Dessert In Only Four Steps

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Sara Evans Shares Favorite Childhood Dessert

For years you’ve been enjoying Sara Evans‘ music, so now it’s time to enjoy one of her favorite recipes!

As one of seven children who grew up on a farm in Missouri, Evans’ family treated her to quick and easy meals. The same can be said for dessert, and Evans graciously shared one of her favorite childhood dessert recipes with Southern Living.

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This recipe is for a dish Evans calls Missouri Dirt Cake. Believe us…it’s much more appetizing than its name makes it sound!

So Easy…Anyone Can Make It!

In addition to being tasty and sweet, Evans’ Missouri Dirt Cake is easy to make. So easy, that you don’t need any baking experience to whip it together.

Through an instructional video, Evans shares just how easy it is to put together a Missouri Dirt Cake. The written recipe breaks the process down into four steps, none of which are complicated.

In the video, Evans stresses over and over again just how easy the dish is to make. It takes well over ten times longer for the dessert to chill in the fridge than it does for you to make it!

Time For You To Try

All you need to prepare Evan’s favorite dessert is a block of cream cheese, a carton of whipped topping, instant vanilla pudding, milk, powdered sugar, and chocolate sandwich cookies. We bet you have most, if not all of these ingredients in your house right now!

After letting the dish chill in the fridge for a while, all you have to do is scoop it out and serve it. Based on how tasty it is, no one will ever guess how easy it was to make.

If you’d like to whip up Evans’ Missouri Dirt Cake, you can do so by following along with her in the instructional video below. Or if you’re more of the read and learn type, follow the written recipe on Southern Living by clicking here.

You’ll have to let us know if you try making this! We’re sure you’ll love it!

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