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If you need a good, creamy dessert for your next tailgate or home gathering, this Layered Vanilla Crumble makes a bunch and is rather easy to put together. This is the perfect recipe for those days when you want to serve something special, but don’t have the time or energy to spend a lot of time in the kitchen.
Even if I can plan things well in advance, I don’t always have the time to make a really elaborate dessert for a group. This layered vanilla crumble only takes about half an hour of actual prep to prepare a dessert for about 15, with the rest of the time involved just being waiting for it to set in the refrigerator. And most people, myself included, really like the flavor and the mix of textures in this. If you like vanilla, you really ought to give this a try.
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Quick tip: Instead of Nilla wafers, you could use graham crackers.