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Triple-Layer Pumpkin Spice Pie

Triple-Layer Pumpkin Spice Pie recipe
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No pumpkin? No problem! You can make this yummy no-bake pie with JELL-O Pumpkin Spice Flavor Instant Pudding and COOL WHIP Whipped Topping.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
1 hr 20 min
servings
total:
10 servings
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posted:
11/19/2011
I would like to make this pie, but I have a question, can someone please tell me what the bottom layer is?
posted:
11/13/2011
I saw this on a display in my kroger store. It sounded great! I bought the ingredents and made it the same day. My family are big pumpkin pie eaters, and they loved this. The only problem is finding the pumpkin pudding.. I bought 8 bxes the next day, and have not seenit since. It needs to be available all during the fall!
posted:
1/1/2011
I made this for Thanksgiving and everyone requested it again for Christmas. They NEVER want the same pies for both holidays! Instead of the glazed pecans, I topped my pie with Heath toffee bits. I thought it was pretty good. I don't really care for dessets made with Cool Whip. But my family LOVED this pie! I walked in on my boyfriend telling his friends on XBOX Live how good it was and where to find the recipe!!! Go figure...
posted:
12/12/2010
Absolutely amazing! I made this for a church dinner and it was gone within 10 mins. I had to make 2 for the church luncheon. Those were gone just as fast. Such a great blend you can taste all the different layers. This is a keeper recipe.
posted:
11/24/2010
I feel like an idiot asking this but--are you supposed to use an already made pumpkin pie and then add the pudding mix on it? What is the bottom layer?? THX!
posted:
10/22/2010
WOWZERS! This is GOOD! It was so easy to make. I did not make the pecan/honey topping. It is so creamy and rich tasting. I hope Kraft will carry this pudding longer than just the holiday season. My husband still prefers traditional pumpkin pie, but liked this for something different.
posted:
10/16/2010
I FOUND A GREAT SUBSTITUTE! My nephew really wanted this for his birthday in early October but Pumpkin Spice Pudding hadn't yet been stocked in my local stores. So I improvised and it turned out great. Substitute 2 boxes of Pumpkin Spice Pudding for 1 box of Vanilla Pudding and 1 box of Butterscotch. After mixing with milk, add a large scoop of canned pumpkin and some extra cinnamon, nutmeg or pumpkin pie spice to taste. Looked and tasted just like the original! Love the idea that I can make this anytime now and not wait for the right season.
posted:
2/1/2010
Like another member, I saw this at the store and was intrigued by the picture on the display of the triple-layer pumpkin spice pie...however, I looked that box over and even opened it looking for the recipe...much to my dismay, it was nowhere, so I had to wait till I got home to look it up and then get the ingrdients the next shopping trip. I made it and it is SOOOOOOOOO yummy!! Oh and there was yet another member who said she had a hard time getting honey pecans off wax paper...so when i did mine i put some on wax paper and some on parchment paper, and yes, they do stick to wax paper but NOT to parchment, so use parchment paper.
posted:
1/9/2010
It was a hit with family & friends. Only 2 negatives - 1) limited availability of pudding - 2) when I put the pecans on waxed paper they stick to the paper and some is impossible to get the paper off. The 2nd time I made it I sprayed the wax paper with canola spray - no different. I haven't seen another comments about this problem - would like to know how others do it.
posted:
12/18/2009
I loved this recipe-- tasted great and was really simple-- but at first I only bought one box of pudding and had to go home to look up the recipe online to find out I needed two. I didn't have glazed pecans, but I rolled pecans around in a small skillet with a couple tablespoons of sugar, and it was just about the same. No glossy color, but the taste was sweet and roasted. Hope I can find more pudding to try again. I like the french vanilla cool whip suggestion.
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