Total Time
50mins
Prep 30 mins
Cook 20 mins

My son, Christopher, calls this diarrhea pie but I call i 5 layer dessert. Anyway, he(and everybody else)loves this dessert. It does not make you have diarrhea!

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Set aside crusts.
  2. Mix together creme cheese and powdered sugar until creamy.
  3. Divide mixture (I use guesstamation) equally and put in the bottom of the 2 pie crusts.
  4. In a separate bowl, add 1 1/2 cups milk and the pkg. of butterscotch pudding. Mix well with a whisk.
  5. Add on top of creme cheese mixture, evenly, about 3/4 cup per pie.
  6. Place in refrigerator until set about 15 minutes.
  7. In a bowl put 1 1/2 cups milk and the pkg. of chocolate pudding.
  8. Pour on top of butterscotch pudding that is set.
  9. Put in icebox and allow chocolate pudding to set up.
  10. Divide 16 oz Cool Whip and frost on top of chocolate pudding. Keep refrigerated.

Reviews

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Oh my goodness! I made this last night for our Thanksgiving dinner this evening. My DB, his adult son and daughter, and my neighbor are all diabetic. Instead of using regular pudding, I used sugar free pudding. I also used skim milk, low fat cream cheese, and low fat Cool Whip. We couldn't find Oreo crusts, so we used a chocolate cookie crust. I did not put the Cool Whip on until I was ready to serve. What a great hit this was! My stepdaughter thought she would try it using crushed Nilla wafers as a crust. She also came up with the an idea to possible use fat free vanilla pudding instead of powder sugar to cut down even more on the sugar. This one is a keeper! Thank you, Chef 167408!

Mindy2 November 24, 2011

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