I make this and don't use a pie crust....tooo many calories and can't stand the soggy stuff if it lasts long enough to get a second helping. I eat it with the lowest pt cinnamon graham cracker I can find. And it is delicious. sometimes I crunch them up, or just shove a few strips down the side of a parfet glass as a garnish. Either way it's good. My recipe is a little different but it would be splitting hairs to write it. It's delicious as your is written. For my family I have to go easy on the spice ( reduce it to 1/2t or we get a wierd after taste....I was wondering if I cooked the spices in microwave a few t of milk or water with 3 T of pumpkin if that would fix the problem. I'll find out the next time I fix it in a few weeks. Thanks for posting...it's a wonderful desert. I sent a large bowl to a diabetic friend last week and her whole family loved it.
Very good. I used 2 1 ounce boxes of sugar free pudding and an 8 ounce container of sugar free cool whip. I followed the rest of the recipe as written. This makes a lot. This was a nice creamy dessert that my whole family enjoyed.
Really good for a pumpkin pie substitute! Now, only if I can find or invent a low cal cruste..... I'm thinking of some sort of low cal cookie or cracker crushed up and baked with a little egg white should do it. Thanks!
wonderful, easy and delicious recipe....perfect...I served in coffee cups, layered with ginger snap cookies, topped with whipped cream and ginger snap crumbs...very elegant...am planning to use it in a trifle with the ginger snaps and lady fingers...thanks for a great recipe!!
This is absolutely DELICIOUS. I am not on WW, so I put the mousse into a reduced-fat graham cracker pie crust and topped it with more fat free Cool Whip. I did taste it alone, too, and it was AMAZING. Honestly, you would never guess that this is a lowfat/reduced-calorie dessert. Thank you so much for sharing!
OHHHH thanks so much for posting this!!! I'm a WW member and CAN'T WAIT TO TRY this one on Christmas!!! Thanks again! patriotsfan1977 :)