7 Reviews

I took this to my grandmother's church last Sunday. It was her 83rd b-day. The preacher loved it and lots of people asked for the recipe. The only thing I changed was letting each layer set in the fridge before adding the next layer. Keeps the layers from smearing. Great recipe!

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edgeworth August 30, 2013

I have been making this recipe for years for Thanksgiving. Everyone enjoys it. Nice change of pace for something with a pumpking flavor if you and yours are getting tired of the basic pumpkin pie!!

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calvinsammi November 10, 2012

My family loved this. It was easy to make. Taking it to a New Year's Party. Can't wait to hear the reviews form the crowd.

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Momma23kids December 29, 2007

I gave this 3 stars. I liked it but wasn't crazy over it. I made it for Christmas dinner in a trifle dish in trifle layers and only half was eaten by my guest. This was good but all I could really taste was the pumpkin and I didn't even use all of the pumkpkin mix. Very good if your looking for a really pumpkin flavored dessert. Thanks for posting a good recipe! christine (internetnut)

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internetnut January 04, 2007

This is a quick dessert to put together if you don't have time to bake. I thought it was very good, and our guests liked it as well. The twinkie layer stayed moist, but not soggy. I would probably use a 12 ounce container of whipped topping next time, and use 8 ounces on top vs 4 ounces. Thanks for sharing. Nick's Mom

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Brenda. December 27, 2006

This recipe was super simple and took all of ten minutes to make. I made it at Thanksgiving and my in-laws LOVED it. Definately two thumbs up!

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hopeskeens December 24, 2006
Layered Pumpkin Dessert