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Low-calorie and low-fat I can see, but sugar free does not equal low-carb. Pudding companies lower the fat content by replacing it with cornstarch which is very high in carbs, and significantly raises the glycemic impact of this dessert. Low-fat dieters--enjoy! Low-carb dieters--beware! This dessert WILL raise your insulin, taking you out of the lipolysis/ketosis (fat-loss) you're working so hard towards!

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CareBearQ December 26, 2009

Wow Karen, this was really tasty for being fat free! I used fat free cool whip. I put some in the freezer but I didn't care for the icy texture, I stuck it back in the fridge to thaw and it went back to it's original creamy state lol..it really satisfies the dessert cravings. Thanks K!

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J e l i s a January 26, 2004

Fantastic way to have your pudding and diet too. Great chocolate ice cream substitute when made with fat free topping. The calorie count is half that of ice cream and the fat content is, of course, nonexistent. The texture is icy when totally frozen, but that tends to slow the eating down, which is always a good thing. You can always microwave a serving for 30 seconds to thaw it a bit.

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sugarpea January 26, 2004

This was exactly what my pregnant sweet tooth was craving!! I love that I normally have the ingredients in the house and it's so quick and easy to make. Loved it and I'm sure we will be making this alot and maybe trying some different pudding flavors! Thanks for sharing!!

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iluvmythomas January 20, 2004

This was delicious! I am trying to be more health-conscious with my food choices, and this recipe helps me quench my chocolate/ice cream/dessert cravings. DH and DD love it as well, we've made it three times already. Thank you so much!

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Scatterbunny December 30, 2003

We have made this several times, but never thought to freeze it. I like the idea! What a cool treat for these hot summer days!

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Cookbook Barbie August 19, 2003

Another Monahan 5* Winner! Very simple little recipe to put together and have for dessert after supper...I used the ingredients you listed...Came out so chocolaty, creamy, and, best of all, sweet! I love chocolate, but, I bet you could use any flavor pudding and it would still be yummie... Thanks so much, Karen...We really enjoyed, and, I'll be making this often. Laudee

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Laudee July 15, 2003

Thank you CareBearQ, sounded too good to be true :(

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christine.a.larsen April 07, 2014

Really enjoyed this and so did my husband! Thanks!

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llookenott February 07, 2014

I made this with whipping cream since whipping cream has 0 carbs, vs 8-10 carbs a cup for skim milk. Amazing! A detectible treat!

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beckyp382 May 02, 2013
Low-Carb Low-Cal Low-Fat Frosty Pudding Treat