8 Reviews

Wow this is heavenly! I have been looking for some recipes for low cal desserts and this was great. It was so easy to make and it tastes wonderful. I followed the recipe exactly as written. We will definately make this again and even try other flavors.

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bmcnichol March 04, 2011

Yummy and low calorie! I used cherry jell-o along with the white chocolate pudding, great combo. I used an 8 ounce container of cool whip lite (although there was some missing, so actually used about 6.5oz). My mixture was still a little warm after step 2, so would probably include ice in the water next time. I combined my cool whip with the mixer on low for about 20-30 seconds and then refrigerated for 2 hours and it was perfectly set and delightfully fluffy! Will be making again!

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Brooke the Cook in WI March 25, 2009

Such an easy, great tasting dessert and one that I'll be making often. I love how there isn't any of that "nasty after taste" you get from sugar free foods. Thanks again for a great recipe. Made for Tag it Red, February 2009.

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Porfavorcorona February 26, 2009

I had totally forgotten about this dessert. I used to make it all the time when I was on WW several years ago. Now that I'm back on WW again, I'll be making this a lot. It's very easy and can be made in almost any flavor combination. Made for 2008 All New Zaar Cookbooks Tag. Thanks Manda for posting this recipe.

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LARavenscroft March 21, 2008

This is a quick and easy treat for diabetics. I used an 8 ounce carton of Cool Whip, and I let the Jell-O/pudding mix cool down a bit before adding it. I can think of so many flavor combinations to try and I will be making this again. Made for Alphabet Soup Game. Thanks for posting mandabears.

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ElaineAnn March 05, 2007

I think I might have done something wrong. . . I just got the smallest of the whipped toppings. . . and it's really runny and really sweet. . . I put it into the fridge to see if it would help, so I guess we'll see. . .

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sshortc8ke July 19, 2004

I wasn't sure which size cool-whip to use (small or large) so I used about 3/4 of a 1 Litre (large) container. Next time I would use the whole thing. It looks pretty in a glass dish, topped with a few fresh raspberries. I imagine this would also be good with strawberry or orange jello. Very good recipe and I will make it again.

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Just Call Me Martha April 19, 2004

Just tried this "RECIPE" and it was fantastic!! Yummy to the tummy and very few calories....Sending it out to all my 'TOPS' members. Thank You 'Mandabears' for sharing!! Trisha from Wi

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Trisha - from Wi January 26, 2004
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