Total Time
Prep 20 mins
Cook 0 mins

This is a luscious dessert I invented when I was trying to come up with a low carb dessert for my weight loss support group.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Layer the toasted pecans in the bottom of a glass jelly roll pan, reserving enough to make 1 T of chopped nuts for topping.
  2. Whip all ingredients for 2nd layer with a mixer until fluffy.
  3. Drop in mounds on top of pecans (mixture will be thick) and carefully spread to cover pecans.
  4. Sprinkle graham cracker crumbs over 2nd layer.
  5. Don't use more than 1 T.
  6. Follow same directions as the 2nd layer for the 4th layer, using, of course, the Chocolate Fudge pudding instead of the White Chocolate.
  7. Drop in mounds over the graham cracker crumb layer.
  8. Spread very carefully, taking care not to mix the layers.
  9. Garnish with whipped cream, chopped toasted pecans and a sprinkling of graham cracker crumbs.
  10. Refrigerate.


Most Helpful

I didn't even have to try this to determine it is not a low carb recipe. The pudding isn't included in the nutritional numbers and they each cont 6 grams of carbs per serving. That's very misleading.

rwnelson163 January 11, 2009

Fabulous! A low carb version of the Southern delicacy, Chocolate Delight. I used a little crushed walnuts (toasting is a must), vanilla sugar free fat free instead of white choc (used instant). In place of the graham cracker I put 2 T. unsweetened coconut. Wow this is great. Thank you !

carolyn lynch October 15, 2008

this tasted great, especially for Low carb. One problem was finding a 3 1/2 oz pkg of sugar free pudding. They only came in 1 oz. I figured a 3 1/2 oz pkg would feed 14 people and that didn't seem right. So I used 1 - 1 oz pkg of each and that worked fine.

bookrec August 04, 2005

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