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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:
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.
posted:
12/7/2009
This is dee-lish! As a rule, my hubby does NOT like pumpkin pie. But this is a winner in his book! I was asked to bring this pie to LAST years' holiday gatherings and before Oct was over this year, they were reminding me that it would be up to me to bring it! I stocked up on the pumpkin spice pudding mix and popped it in the freezer! Viola...When the store shelves are empty, I will still have a secret stash!
posted:
11/29/2009
this was great. i've made the lemon version before and that was a big hit as well. everyone thought it was a real pumpkin pie and not pudding!
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