Total Time
Prep 30 mins
Cook 15 mins

had a cookout and a friend brought this dessert...i think i ate most of it...chill time not included

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. layer 1.
  2. mix ingredients together and press into greased 9 X 13 pan.
  3. bake for 15 minutes at 350 degrees.
  4. let cool completely.
  5. layer 2.
  6. mix ingredients together and pour over layer 1.
  7. layer 3.
  8. mix ingredients together and pour over layer 2.
  9. layer 4.
  10. spread cool whip over layer 3.
  11. garnish with pecans and/or chocolate curls.
  12. to make chocolate curls--chill chocolate candy bar and"shave" with a vegetable peeler.
  13. chill.
  14. {ihave made this with walnuts in the crust and used butterscotch pudding-- it's all good!
  15. }.


Most Helpful

My DD makes this often as it is one of her DH's family favorites. I have sampled this many times and always look forward to holidays as I know it will be there. Terrific recipe!

Susie D September 23, 2005

Yummy...I took this to a church function and it flew out of the pan. One of the ladies at my church makes hers (called a Robert Redford cake??) with graham crust...she said she liked this better! ME TOO! The hard part about this recipe for me was keeping from eating the cream cheese filling before it made it to the crust. I can't wait to try this with other pudding flavors, specially butterscotch or pistachio.

Redneck Epicurean September 23, 2005

This is one of my favorite desserts and easy too. Butterscotch is good with pecans or peanuts. too.

fppjames February 18, 2005

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