Recipe by Brenda
"It has angel food cake and pudding and candy! It's just so good."
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1 (10 inch)
angel food cake
1 (5.9 ounce) package
instant chocolate pudding mix
1 (5 ounce) package
instant vanilla pudding mix
2 (2.1 ounce) bars
chocolate-covered crispy peanut butter flavored candy (e.g., Butterfinger, ™), crushed
I give it five stars b/c I like the way I made it. I needed a low fat dessert for a party and thought this sounded good, but I was worried about all of the comments regarding a soggy cake. For my first layer, I used a box of sugar free fudge pudding mixed with 1.75 cups of milk and 4oz. of lite cool whip. For my second layer, I used a box of sugar free cheesecake pudding mixed with 1.75 cups of milk and 4oz. of lite cool whip. Oh, and I used two candy bars. I will make this again and a again b/c it is so light - will make a perfect summer dessert. Everyone LOVED this "cake" - even non-dieters loved it.
Yuck! This tasted like chocolate and vanilla pudding. I don't see what the big deal is about this recipe. The flavors did not mesh. I won't make this again.
I loved this recipe, but I made the instant pudding as if it were pie filling with half the tub of Cool Whip added. The directions are on the box. It made the whole thing a lot thicker since I can't stand mushy textures. Over-all, it was so good and very easy to make. It took be about 15 minutes and that includes cutting the cake up, too. :0)
May be a misprint but pudding mix on box calls for 2 cups ea - 4 cup total, not 6. I cut back even more using pie filling amounts. Topped it with whipped toppong and crushed candies and shaved chocolate. Looked as good as it tasted. Everyone loved it.
I wasn't really into this one. It turned out very mushy. By day two it was really runny. I always seem to get that with instant pudding though.
I too made the puddings with less milk, following the pie filling directions. A good dessert but best eaten the first day - the bottom cake layer was soggy after 24 hours. Next time I will try it with toffee bars instead of Butterfingers; I think the flavors will blend better.
Will try different puddings too. GOOD
Very easy to make and went over well at the church dinner. It doesn't keep very well, though. After a day or two, it was kind of mushy.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/10 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 10
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 54
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