Total Time
Prep 4 hrs
Cook 0 mins

At Fourth of July cookouts or Christmas family and church get-togethers, I am always asked to bring this. This is even what my daughter asks me to prepare as her birthday cake. Simple to prepare but elegant tasting. I have tried versions with regular chocolate frosting but this is so much better. I hope you enjoy this recipe.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Cake-----------.
  2. Butter 9x13 inch pan and layer with whole graham crackers.
  3. Mix pudding and milk.
  4. Blend in cool whip.
  5. Put 1/2 pudding mixture over crackers.
  6. Layer more crackers over pudding.
  7. Top with rest of pudding.
  8. Cover with a layer of crackers.
  9. You will have 3 layers of crackers.
  10. Refrigerate for 2 hours before frosting.
  11. Frosting-----------.
  12. Beat all frosting ingredients until smooth.
  13. Frost cake and refrigerate 2 hours.
  14. Can be frozen.


Most Helpful

When I was a child my Mother always made a recipe similiar to this one. It was just the graham crackers and pudding layered, ending with the pudding which she sprinkled with graham cracker crumbs. Reading it brought back memories of my Mom and I thank you for that. Will definately try it as posted here. I have rated it a 5-star because I know how wonderful my Mother's was, and I'm sure this is as well.

dojemi April 09, 2002

Made this for my husband as a surprise while he was outside rescreening our porch. He came in just as I finished making the cake. He hasn't spoken a word - he's standing at the kitchen counter, eating the cake out of the pan with a spoon. I asked him if it was good and he just rolled his eyes and kept eating. I'd rate that a keeper.

Bogey'sMom June 23, 2002

This is a fantastic dessert. It's quick and easy to make and tastes really great. The graham crackers soften a bit but don't get too moist. I will definately be making this many more times.

Mark H. February 05, 2002

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