This week we are bringing you recipes with 5 ingredients or less. As soon as I read that I knew I was making this dessert. This is a recipe that was shared with me years ago. I have made it for Grumpy, and now this is one of Grumpy's favorite desserts! I don't mind making this for him and I don't even mind when he eats more than one serving because I use sugar-free pudding and whipped topping however, if you are not into the sugar free scene, then regular pudding works just as well!
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Magic Pudding Dessert
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- 1 box instant sugar-free chocolate pudding
- 2 cups fat-free milk
- 8 oz container non-fat cool whip
- 36 saltine crackers
- In a large mixing bowl, whisk instant pudding and milk together.
- Place 16 crackers in bottom of 8×8 pan.
- Pour half the pudding mixture on top of crackers, spreading evenly.
- Place the other 16 crackers on top of pudding, and then pour the other half of the pudding mixture on top of the last set of crackers.
- Top with the whole container of cool whip.
- Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate for at least 24 hours. The “magic” part – after the dessert sits long enough, the crackers taste exactly like a thin layer of either phyllo or pie crust! Serves 6.
Magic is right! Yummy!
Very different, Shelby! Saltines and chocolate pudding wow!
That looks lusciously addicting, I'm sure no one misses the sugar.
I have been loving this everywhere I have seen it, great recipe!!
I had forgotten all about this dessert. My Mom made it when I was a kid. Thanks for the fond memory.
I would never think to add crackers to this dish but it sounds like the perfect salty/sweet combo!
Ooooh, I love the secret ingredient in this recipe!!! Your dessert looks SO decadent and delicious!!!
There is something so good about sweet with salty. And puddingy! Looks great.
What a way to add a little salty aspect to a sweet dessert. Yum!