Total Time
Prep 20 mins
Cook 0 mins

This is just like its name--it is truly a delight to eat. Making it is really simple, and it doesn't last long once it starts to get eaten.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Preheat the oven to 400°F.
  2. Start with the crust: Mix the pecans and flour together. Melt butter; add to mixture and stir until moist.
  3. Press into a deep ungreased 9x11 inch pan--crust should be thin.
  4. Bake until lightly brown; cool completely.
  5. Blend the cream cheese and Cool Whip together until smooth. Add sugar slowly until mixed well (make sure the Cool Whip is defrosted and the cream cheese is at room temperature before starting). Spoon filling into crust and let sit in the refrigerator while you mix the pudding.
  6. Mix the 2 boxes of pudding with the milk. When the pudding is thickened, add it to the top of the cream cheese mixture. Let set in the refrigerator.
  7. Next spread the last tub of Cool Whip on top of the pudding, being careful not to mix with the pudding.
  8. Top with chopped pecans.


Most Helpful

This is like trifle. I used all fat/sugar free ingredients and it was awesome. I didn't have enough crust so I added graham crackers crumbs to make enough. Definately worthy of company. If you want to make it ahead leave the top layer of Cool Whip off until ready to serve or it will "bleed" into the pudding.

MoreWithLessMom April 13, 2009

This is better than Brad Pitt! Its a fantastic chocolate after a heavy dinner dessert. The only thing I changed in this recipe is the Instant chocolate pudding. I hate the stuff and so I went with the Chocolate Cooked kind. I think it makes for a Richer Chocolate taste. Then you shred a dark chocolate bar over the top layer for decoration and enhanced chocolaty yummyness! HUM,Watch out Brad, Chocolate delight has got your back! Thanks for the great recipe!

Recipe Baroness November 13, 2007

sheer perfection!

Mary W. March 30, 2010

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