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  • Georgie Porgie Pudding Pie by Buckwheat

    Posted by Buckwheat - August 21, 2004 12:02 PM

    Georgie Porgie Pudding Pie

    1 C. flour
    1 stick butter
    1 C. chopped pecans
    1 C. confectioners' sugar
    8 oz. cream cheese
    1 (9 oz.) container Cool Whip
    1 small box instant chocolate pudding
    1 small box instant vanilla pudding
    3 C. milk

    First layer: Mix together flour, butter and pecans as you would pie dough. Press into bottom of 9 x 13-inch pan and bake at 350F for 20 minutes; cool.

    Second layer: With mixer, mix confectioners' sugar and cream cheese. Fold in 3/4 of Cool Whip. Reserve 1/4 of the Cool Whip for top. Spread over top of cooled first layer.

    Third layer: Mix chocolate pudding and vanilla pudding with 3 cups milk. When set, spoon over second layer. Spread reserved Cool Whip over the top.

    You can add a few chocolate sprinkles over the Cool Whip as a final decoration.

    NOTE: This sounds really good, and a quick dessert. Anyone try it, please let me know how it tastes!
    "There's no place like home..."

  • #2
    Posted by Email Queen

    Posted August 25, 2004 01:24 PM
    We call this Chocolate Delight (omit vanilla pudding, just use chocolate.)

    To make Cherry Delight, omit puddings all together and add 2 cans Cherry Pie Filling.
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    • #3
      Posted by Email Queen

      Posted August 26, 2004 02:07 PM

      By the way Buckwheat - this is one of those desserts that is a hit every single time!!!!
      It is so rich and cool and SOOOOOO good!
      It's a "no-fail" dessert for sure.

      You can change it around and customize it by replacing chocolate pudding with different kinds of pudding, or as said earlier, cherry pie filling. All sorts of things.

      No matter what - it turns out perfect every time - just don't burn the crust to start with, it's pretty thin and will brown quickly.
      "There's no place like home..."

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      • #4
        Posted by SeansMom

        Posted September 01, 2004 08:19 AM

        This dessert is also good using butterscotch pudding. I'v made it with others, but butterscotch is the best to us.
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