15 Reviews

This recipe is YUMMY and a keeper for sure :-) However, I am only giving it a 3 because I am thoroughly confused by your points calculation... it says 1 cup is 1 point and that there are 12 servings. Definitely did not get 12 1 cup servings out of this. And I also don't know if you added in the crust in the points calculations as well as the fact that it says the non fat cool whip is not included in the calculation. .. Do I'm just wondering how many points this really is? Also, the small box of pudding is 1 oz so that typo was a little confusing as well...

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7thHeaven November 30, 2009

This is totally yummy and I will be making it again! I agreed with 7thHeaven regarding the serving size, so I punched it into WW recipe builder and here's the deal. With the exception of the pudding (which I changed to 1 - 4oz box Fat-free, Sugar-free Vanilla Pudding), I entered all the same ingredients and added, 1 tsp vanilla, 1/4 tsp ground nutmeg, 1/4 tsp ground cloves (all of which are zero PointsPlus)..... it calculates, as follows:<br/><br/>Serves 12 - 1/2 cup servings for 1 PointsPlus<br/>Serves 6 - 1 cup servings for 3 (yes, 3) PointsPlus<br/><br/>And that is why I gave it 4 stars instead of 5.

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ShellyJo818 October 17, 2013

This is pretty good for something sweet considering the low points. I had a few small cinnamon cookies with it.

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Chris from Kansas November 16, 2011

So easy and sooooo yummy! .... and, GUILT-free! :)

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Recipe USA November 12, 2010

ok but nothing great. glad I tried it. thank you Chris.

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herbr December 31, 2009

Awesome! Made it two days in a row because the first batch was gone so quickly.

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No Bad Days Chefs! December 04, 2009

So yummy and easy to make. Took it to my BUNKO night and all the ladies love it! They can't wait to make it for Thanksgiving. I used Graham Cracker (Or Vanilla Wafer) Pie Crust as the pie crust rather than prepared and it is just as fabulous as your recipe! Thanks for sharing this "light" dessert!

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ILUVgoodfood October 22, 2009

Oh for goodness sake. I'm in pumpkin heaven. I made this last night and had some for breakfast this morning. So glad DH hates pumpkin- more for me! Even better is that I get to enjoy the pumpkin delight without the calories. I'm not on WW but I often use the WW recipes for my own calorie managment. This is cheap and easy and delicious, and packs a bonus with the vitamins from the pumpkin. I loooove this. Thanks for sharing!

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MrsMM November 15, 2008

I'm so glad I tried this! Now I can have dessert @ Thanksgiving and not feel guilty. So smooth and creamy I feel like I'm cheating!!!

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Tina S. November 09, 2008

This stuff is gooooood. I highly recommend using Cool Whip brand whipped topping, but I think any brand pudding would be fine, pumpkin too. It really doesn't make alot, but next time it is going into a RF graham cracker crust and into the freezer. Thanks for a real keeper!!

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beth May 01, 2008
Weight Watchers Pumpkin Delight