March 21, 2009

Magically Delicious!


Nope. I'm not talking about Lucky Charms! ;o) I'm talking about Magic Pudding Dessert. I'm not sure if that is what it is called or not, but its what I'm calling it! I know this originates as a Weight Watcher Recipe from Aimee's Adventure but I don't have points or calorie listing. Also, I don't see where that website is up and running anymore, but I don't think it would be too hard to figure out!

The kids were coming to see me yesterday to visit with me before I take off to have my surgery (which is tomorrow morning). I wanted to have something here we could eat without going to a lot of work. My energy level is really low! Everyone likes this dish, but Grumpy really likes this dish! I guess it is because it is mostly convenience food. lol

Magic Pudding Dessert

1 (1.4 oz) package sugar free chocolate instant pudding
2 cups skim milk
32 fat free saltine crackers
1 (8 oz) container fat free cool whip

Mix instant pudding and milk together. Place 16 crackers in bottom of 8x8 pan. Pour half the pudding mixture on top of crackers, spreading evenly. Place the other 16 crackers on top of pudding, and then pour the other half of the pudding mixture on top of the last set of crackers. Top with the whole container of cool whip. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate for at least 24 hours. The "magic" part - after the dessert sits long enough, the crackers taste exactly like a thin layer of either phyllo or pie crust! Serves 6.

20 comments:

The Duo Dishes said...

Ack! Sweet and salty is a magic combo. This is a cute, fun dessert idea. Bookmarked!

Megan said...

What a fun, easy dessert.

Good luck on your surgery tomorrow - I hope everything goes well and you are off to a speedy recovery.

Barbara Bakes said...

It doesn't get much easier than this! Good luck tomorrow!

Jessie said...

what a fun dessert! I love everything about this sweet treat. Good luck on with your surgery tomorrow :)

JMom said...

I love creamy desserts! I would make it with all the calories though. Forget the low fat stuff. lol!

Creative One said...

What a delicious looking dessert!

Bellini Valli said...

I hope that everything turns out well tomorrow an that you have a whole house full of people to help out when you're back home:D

Susie said...

I've made this before, and it is "magical" how the crackers turn into a crust. I'm sad Aimee's website isn't up anymore, she had some great stuff there.

Donna-FFW said...

Simplicity at its best. This really rocks! Sweet and salty. Love it!

Bunny said...

This looks wonderful Shelby. I will be thinking of you tomorrow and hope everything is well with you after the operation!!

noble pig said...

I ope all goes well and I love the magic!

Leslie said...

This is my kinda Dessert!!!!
Leslie
LeslieVeg@msn.com
http://leslielovesveggies.blogspot.com/

Reeni♥ said...

I love sweet and salty!! Yummy! Lots of prayers and well wishes for you and hugs.

Patsyk said...

that dessert looks like a great treat!

I do hope everything goes well tomorrow. Just rest up and work on recovery. I'm sending big hugs your way (but, not too tight... untl after you are healed up!).

Elyse said...

Loooks super yummy to me! Good luck tomorrow; I'll keep you in my thoughts!! Here's to a speedy recovery!

Ingrid said...

Yum, that looks great and wonderful to whip up with minimal effort. I recently saw something similar but it was with graham crackers. Thanks for sharing the recipe!
~ingrid

J.Danger said...

good luck tomorrow!

Cathy - wheresmydamnanswer said...

Does it get any better than this!! No way!! WOW looks great!

TeaLady said...

Just doesn't get any easier than that. LOoks fun to eat.

Joanne DiPalo said...

I love the simplicity of this dessert and of course it sounds delicious. The difficult part is letting it sit overnight - the waiting is torture. Thanks so much for sharing this Magically Delicious Dessert.

Joanne/WineLady Cooks

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