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No Bake Pudding Graham Cracker Cake

No Bake Pudding Graham Cracker Cake created by Tattednursemom

This cake takes no time to put together , is so light you could eat the entire thing yourself. We stole this recipe from my cousin who guarded with her life for years.

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directions

  • Make both the Vanilla and Chocolate pudding as directed on the box.
  • Take the whipping cream and mix on high speed until it becomes the consistency of cool whip.
  • Mix the whipping cream and the vanilla pudding together.
  • Start layering graham crackers covered with chocolate and vanilla pudding, alternating between the two flavors. I always use a rectangular serving platter.
  • When Chocolate pudding is gone use remaining vanilla pudding mixture to cover the entire cake (just like you were icing it).
  • Drizzle chocolate sauce in lines across the top of the cake(no need to be perfect), take a knife and drag it in the opposite direction of the syrup lines to make a nice patter.
  • Refrigerate the entire cake at least 3 hours.
  • The graham crackers will absorb the moister from the pudding and become soft like cake.
  • Cut on the corner going in to create a neat looking slice.
  • Good Luck with leftovers because there never is any.
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  1. Tracy K.
    2 pints?? 1 pint is 2 cups. And 1 cup of Heavy Cream whipped up makes 2 cups. So you're supposed to mix 8 cups of whipped topping with the vanilla pudding? Is it supposed to say 2 CUPS of heavy cream?
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  2. Shellie N.
    So do you alternate the crumbs and puddings , kinda what I’m getting... At first I thought you would put all the crumbs on the bottom but that doesn’t make any sense to me ...Pardon my ignorance , I not much of a baker or cooker.....
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  3. Shellie N.
    So do you alternate the crumbs and puddings , kinda what I’m getting... At first I thought you would put all the crumbs on the bottom but that doesn’t make any sense to me ...Pardon my ignorance , I not much of a baker or cooker.....
    Reply
  4. Shellie N.
    So do you alternate the crumbs and puddings , kinda what I’m getting... At first I thought you would put all the crumbs on the bottom but that doesn’t make any sense to me ...Pardon my ignorance , I not much of a baker or cooker.....
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  5. dawnford19
    I love this dessert but when I make it I end up with way too much of the vanilla pudding that is mixed with the whipping cream. If I used it all it would overflow the dish so I have to make another one but I don't have any chocolate left. Is the whipping cream only suppose to be 1 pint maybe instead of 2?
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