Recipe by Linda (LMT)
"My sister-in-law taught me how to make these. Some people know them as 'Puddingwiches'. Chocolaty peanut butter goodness layered between graham crackers and frozen. Make a batch and keep in the freezer for quick summertime snack or dessert."
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1 1/2 cups
1 (3.9 ounce) package
instant chocolate pudding mix
peanut butter, melted
whole graham crackers, broken into two square halves
This is a dessert I make often in the summertime--my husband especially likes these. This also works with different pudding flavors and Nutella in place of the peanut butter. To make it stretch a little farther and a fluffier filling, you can fold in a cup or so of whipped topping.
Totally addictive! I can not stop eating these. Next time I want to try with vanilla pudding and peanut butter. Bet that combo would be awesome too. Good job Linda. This one is a winner!
Recipe Group: Good stuff... I found it strangely salty, maybe my peanut butter. I have always had a thing for peanut butter and graham crackers, this is taking it up a notch! I used waaaay more than a tablespoon of pudding mix per sandwich, and there was enough filling for 24 sandwiches (which is exactly one box of the 'fresh stack' Honey Maids). I didn't precisely melt the pb, I just used the soften feature on my micro, and did not find the need for step 2. Can't wait to share these special treats, thanks for sharing the recipe!
Made for Recipe Group. So easy and so good. I took a little license with the recipe when I found the graham crackers were expired and tasted like cardboard. I had a few good ones, so piped the filling into ritz crackers and then tried some pretzels too! I tried them frozen and thawed. I have to say I like them thawed better than frozen. Maybe it wasn't hot enough here that day :) Thanks Linda! - I even used the leftover pudding mixture to dip ritz into later in the week, a guilty pleasure!
A very simple and easily made frozen delight. So simple, my GK's made these for their snack. They loved making them and sprinkling the candy sprinkles around the edges. An oldie but goodie recipe that brings back a lot of fond memories and an opportunity to make new memories with the young ones! This was the Recipe Group selection for week of July 14, 2014.
I made these exactly as the recipe stated and they couldn't have been any easier to make! To melt the peanut butter, I measured it in a one cup glass measuring cup and microwaved for one minute. Perfect. I garnished some with some decorated sprinkles, for a fun look. My 5 y/o granddaughter couldn't stay out of these and loved helping make them! The rest of the family can't stay out of them either :D Thanks for the recipe, Linda (LMT)!
Made these for the Recipe group. I made the filling just as directed but used chocolate chip and snickerdoodle cookies instead of grahams since we like cookies better and I had some on hand. I even got a little creative and rolled some in crushed peanuts. Five stars for being a super easy to make dessert that you don't have to bake, and great tasting! Thanks Linda (LMT) for a great summer treat.
I did these way late for Recipe Group. And tweaked them all over the place (= I used sf, ff vanilla pudding and nf milk. I also mixed in a dollop of Cool Whip. I made sandwiches with cinnamon grahams, vanilla wafers, and chocolate teddy grahams. Mom loved these - and I was afraid I wasn't going to have any to take to work (= I liked all three variations.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Frozen Peanut Butter Pudding Squares
Serving Size: 1/16 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 16
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 85
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