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Four-Layer Dessert

Four-Layer Dessert recipe
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Your taste buds will not believe that these four layers of flavor, fluffiness, creaminess and crunch can be part of a sensible eating plan. But you’ll know it’s true.
time
prep:
35 min
total:
3 hr 35 min
servings
total:
12 servings
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posted:
6/23/2010
excellent dessert!! I change the sugar for Splenda in the 1st layer. Use walnuts and heath bar bits in the crust, and bake for about 20 min. that makes the crust more solid so it won't break up when spreading the cream cheese. Then after the last layer of cool whip, I top it off with more heath bar(toffee bits).."THE BEST!!! Everyone loves it!
posted:
5/8/2010
What a mess!! The crust did not adhere to the glass pan, so spreading the cream cheese/sugar mixture on top was simply impossible. I threw the whole thing out!
posted:
1/30/2010
This is a really good dessert. I used 1/3 less fat cream cheese vs fat free and butterscotch instant pudding. Very good, I think lemon would be great too.
posted:
1/11/2010
I make this all the time with pecans instead of almonds. Our family calls it Chocolate Sin. I always make 2 because the first one is gone as soon as it's taken out of the fridge. It's the one thing I am told to bring to any family gathering.
posted:
11/15/2009
This dessert was SO good. I was really surprised... It certainly didn't look like the picture, everything is quite soft and the layers were not as well defined as the picture, but the taste was great! It is light and not too sweet. I found my family members who are not much of a sweet tooth loved this one as much as me who is a die hard sweet tooth! Even though it was quite soft, I didn't have trouble cutting it and getting it out of the pan. Yum yum! Definitely will make again!
posted:
9/15/2009
Made this all summer long with a pecan crust, and lemon pudding. Everyone loved it, every time. It is a very light, refreshing summer time dessert. I have gotten several requests to try it with chocolate pudding for the holidays.
posted:
8/21/2009
we have a recipe that is very similar to this except that you use two different kinds of pudding.. we usually use pistaccio and vanilla. the cream cheese mixture is thick but is so good it can be eaten alone! never thought of lining the pan with foil first - will have to try that
posted:
8/16/2009
Absolutely horrible. crust didn't set, cream cheese layer rose up when i poured the pudding in, and the pudding never set. it seems like the measurements are way off - such a waste of ingredients, had to throw it out.
posted:
7/22/2009
Took to a family reunion for light dessert! Everyone loved it, first thing gone!
posted:
7/10/2009
Our family and every friend we make this for wants the recipe. I needed to modify this for a low carb (low sugar version) so I changed the crust by doing graham cracker crumbs, chopped pecans, a little splenda, and melted butter. The only modification I had yo make of the fillings was using the sugar free jello pudding instead (the blue box). yummy!!
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