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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:
7/7/2009
Crust was a joke, not enough to cover bottom of pan & tasted horrible. The only layer that was enoughto cover the entire pan was the pudding. Did they mean 9x9 pan? If so, too much pudding & not 12 servings.
posted:
6/24/2009
Loved using the fat free version of cream cheese for this fab dessert. Light and not too sweet. Will make this again.
posted:
6/22/2009
It's one of my family's favorite. Instead of the nut crust, I used a traditional graham cracker crust. I also used 1 chocolate with 1 cheesecake pudding mixes instead of 2 chocolate to compliment the cream cheese in the filling. There are never any leftovers!! Great summertime dessert.
posted:
6/21/2009
It was too hot to turn on the oven so I used grahm crackers to line the bottom of the pan. It was little harder to spread the cream cheese but it worked great! I also used Neuchatel Cheese instead to cut back on the fat content even more. I will definitely make this again and was a great Father's Day hit!!
posted:
6/19/2009
We make the full-calorie version of this recipe under the name "Chocolate Dream Dessert"--it has been my favorite dessert for years. We use walnuts instead of almonds in the bottom layer, however. I can't wait to try to lighten it up a bit using this version :)
posted:
6/19/2009
My family has been making this recipe for years....it is mandatory at every gathering! We had 1/3 cup of peanut butter to the second layer (with the cream cheese and powder sugar.)We have also made with banana pudding instead of chocolate and placed sliced bananas on there as well!
posted:
6/19/2009
This recipe is delicious we have been making this for years in my family. But my family has always called it Filthy Wilma. A+ recipe. Never have any leftover.
posted:
6/18/2009
Easy, lite and what a different tasty dessert!
posted:
6/17/2009
OMG...SOOOOOO good!!! Will be making this one over and over!
posted:
6/12/2009
Well ive been making the four layer dessert for many years. It was handed down to me from my sister, i dont know where she got the recipe but its awsome and i lost it so i had to come online and get another one and its exactly the same as hers was. We just love it thank you...
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