Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins
I figured this recipe would already be posted here, but it isn't. Not, at least, this exact recipe. This is very tasty. It's extremely easy to make, great for a potluck, and doesn't require baking. Plus, I usually have a surplus of graham crackers around (I have a one year old boy). Hope you enjoy!
- 1 lb graham cracker
- 3 cups milk
- 2 (3 ounce) packages French vanilla instant pudding or 2 (3 ounce) packages vegetarian french vanilla instant pudding mix
- 1 (9 ounce) container Cool Whip
- 1 (10 ounce) can chocolate frosting (I honestly don't know exactly how big a can. Get the regular size in the plastic container.)
- Butter the bottom of a 9x13 inch pan. Line with graham crackers in a single layer.
- Mix pudding and milk at medium speed for two minutes. Fold in Cool Whip. (Note: I couldn't find a 9 ounce container or Cool Whip, so I bought the larger size and estimated 9 ounces. Seems to work fine.).
- Pour half the pudding mixture over crackers. Put another layer of crackers over the pudding. Pour the rest of the pudding mix over this layer. Top with one final layer of crackers.
- Melt frosting in microwave (I zapped it right in the container for 1 minute, lid and label off). Pour the melted frosting over the final layer. Refrigerate for at least 8 hours.
I made this today based on a recommendation of a co-worker who had a similar recipe. I didn't want to make any chocolate frosting so I used this recipe and using a plastic tub of chocolate fudge icing melted in the microwave. This is delicious! My husband was very impressed (which makes me very happy). Next time, he wants me to try it with banana cream pudding. Yum!
This is an excellent recipe,easy to make and even easier to eat.It's a great summer time recipe ( no bake ) I made it for our sunday family dinner and everyone just love it,what's not to love? Thanks for sharing
This is just the best stuff. It is always well recieved at potlucks and parties. I usually don't butter the pan and have not had any trouble getting it out. I have also found that if you just can't wait it is edible but a bit crunchy after 4 hours.