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Loved this! I figure it's only 160 calories for one of four servings. If you can get 6 servings out of it, it's even less, of course. I found the pudding was fluffier and set up better if I allowed the whisked pudding to rest for 5 minutes before folding in the Cool Whip. God bless the person who invented fat free Cool Whip!
A yummy light dessert and simple to prepare. I made this Friday night and the only small change I made was adding 2 extra Tbs of p.b. and 2 of milk 'cause we like a more pronounced p.b. flavor. BF liked it so much that we bought more Cool Whip on Sunday so he could mix up another batch.
Well, I need to be honest and state that I didn't follow the recipe and with my change this was no longer a lowfat dessert. I loved the concept of PB and chocolate pudding, but I'm not the biggest fan of whipped topping so I used a 1/4 of whipping cream whipped with a t. of sugar and then followed the recipe. We made our serving sizes smaller and really enjoyed this. Thanks for posting the recipe. I plan on making this again.
Delicious! What an easy, light dessert! I'm amazed at how much flavour the 2 little tablespoons of peanut butter added. Usually I find chocolate pudding so boring, but this changed everything! Wonderful.
Low fat, simple to make, and delicious. What more could you ask for?
Initially I thought what can be the big deal....then I took my first bite and thought I had gone to cooking heaven! Outside of this being extremely easy to make it tastes divine! I can't believe that two little tablespoons of peanut butter can make such a huge difference to pudding! I could have just eaten the whipped topping and peanut butter mix too - I was thinking of how I could use that to frost a single layer cake for pizzazz one day. I topped it with some of the leftover whipped topping and crushed peanuts for fun. A huge hit with us all and a great way to end a day. Found in the Photo Forum's special - Recipes without Photos tag game.
So easy, so good and low fat! What could be better?!
yummm-o. Quick and easy. My favorite.
I made using sugar free, fat free white chocolate pudding mix and lite Cool Whip. I also halved the recipe. I sifted cocoa on the top to improve the presentation, and we thoroughly enjoyed this low calorie dessert. Thanks for the recipe.
Great recipe! We loved the peanut butter and chocolate combination of flavours.