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This was really good. We used the sugar free fat free chocolate instant pudding and fat free condensed milk. Everyone was raving about how good it was. It's hard to believe it's a lower fat dessert. We will be making this one a lot I'm sure. Thanks for sharing =)

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Kailies_mommy June 07, 2009

This was so yummy and hard to believe it's reduced-fat. DH turned his nose up at it when I said it was reduced-fat, but changed his mind after tasting it! I also used a pre-made chocolate pie crust, but followed the other directions exactly. Thanks for posting a wonderfully delicious recipe that I can enjoy while trying to eat a little healthier and congrats on winning the football pool!

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Troop Angel October 13, 2007

Yum! Tastewise, this was an excellent dessert that you feel a little guilty eating, but then you remember that it is reduced fat! But presentation is not the best because it is a little messy to cut and it does not set up all the way, even after 3 hours. I think it might set up better in the freezer. I used a ready made chocolate crust and a 2.1 oz box of sugar-free pudding, which was plenty to fill the pie. I used peanuts instead of pecans which added a nice touch. Thanks for the awesome recipe, I'll be making it again when a chocolate craving hits!

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Karamia April 22, 2007
Not-So-Decadent (Reduced-Fat) Triple Layer Mud Pie