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Pudding Delight Recipe

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This recipe for Pudding Delight, by , is from The Hudson-Jones Family Reunion Cookbook 2008, one of the cookbooks created at FamilyCookbookProject.com. We help families or individuals create heirloom cookbook treasures.

Wilma Smith
Added: Monday, June 2, 2008



1-C flour
1-C nuts, chopped fine
1/2-C softr margerine
1-C sugar
1-8oz. cream cheese
41/2 oz. cool whip
1 family size instant vanilla pudding
21/2-C milk
1 family size instant chocolate pudding
21/2-C milk

Mix and press into a 13X9" pan, the flour, nuts and margarine.
Bake 350 - 25 mins.
Let cool completely.
Combine 1c sugar, 8oz. cream cheese,mix well.
Add cool whip, spread evenly on cooled crust of nuts, flour, etc.
Mix pkg of vanilla pudding eith 21/2 c milk and spread evenly ontop of cream cheese mixture
Refrigerate for 20mins.
Mix pkg. of chocolate pudding with other 21/2 c milk and spread over top of vanilla layer.
Chill 20 mins.
Top with cool whip and chopped nuts.

This can be made sugar free:
use light cream cheese, sugar free pudding and light cool whip.




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