By HokiesMom on January 15, 2008
Photo by lazyme
Photo by lazyme
"Very simple dessert that shows off very pretty. From Quick Cooking 2003 presented by V. Oyer."
Serving Size: 1 (214 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"I used graham cracker crumbs. This is a quick dessert to do and so yummy. Thanks HokiesMom :) Made for Holiday tag game"
"Simple and yummy! There were 6 of us for dessert so I doubled the recipe and had a 4 yo help me make them. Fun had by all. Very nice simple dessert. Thanks Hokies. Made for Zaar Chef Alphabet Soup tag."
"Very easy and enjoyable. I had large parfaits and made two of them. After sitting the the fridge for 2 hours the graham cracker was nice and soft, just the way we like them. The "kid" in us loved them and we will be making them again. The mini chocolate chips was a nice size for this dessert. Thanks for sharing this recipe."
"I made the pudding with skim milk and left off the mini choc. chips because I didn't have any. My son was licking his bowl clean and he's been thumbing his nose at a lot of desserts lately. Thanks for a sweet treat to wow my little monster!"
""These aren't good; they're great!" said my mother-in-law. I didn't have any fancy glasses so I put them in teacups. I'll have to hit the thrift store so I can properly present them next time. Reviewed for 1-2-3 Hit Wonders tag."
"My parfait glasses were big... so this only made two... and I had no problem finishing it off!! This is simple and delicious! Will be making this again with different kinds of puddings and different kinds of crushed cookies. Thanks Hokies! :)"
"My DH really enjoyed this this, I did some amount adjustments and I'm going to try this again using lemon pudding, thanks for sharing Hokie!"
"This was tasty and easy. I used reduced fat graham crackers and SFFF pudding. I forgot about the chocolate chips. But overall a very tasty treat. Thanks for the recipe."