Recipe by Robyn Webb
"This easy parfait would be welcome on any holiday menu. Preparation time is 15 minutes. This recipe is from The WEBB Cooks, articles and recipes by Robyn Webb, courtesy of the American Diabetes Association."
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1 (1 ounce) package
instant sugar-free vanilla pudding mix
pumpkin pie spice
evaporated skim milk
Thanks Robyn for another winner. I would follow your recipes anywhere! One warning to cooks. I think some folks made this using the smaller box of Sugar free instant pudding. It will only work and be a wonderful consistancy if you use the large box of instant pudding. I love pumpkin and thought this was wonderful even thought I usually do not like instant pudding. I used fat free milk and it turned out great!
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It is a great easy, delicious recipe, I added 8ounces of fat free, sugar free cool whip, folded it in at the end, which makes it lighter and a prettier look.
Yes! What a great, guilt-free treat! I used one package (not two...) of the pudding just as the recipe directs. I used half "Hood Calorie-Countown Milk," which is a reduced fat and low carbohydrate milk, and half full-fat half-and-half. So we've got sugar-free, a fruit (or vegetable), and dairy. That means you're eating a fabulous dessert that's actually good for you! (Ok, let's not nitpick about the boxed pudding) Dieters, those who need to watch carbs (sugar) or fat intake, or those who just want to eat a little healthier, rejoice! This is excellent! Tastes like a lighter, less sweet, pudding version of pumpkin pie. Hubs even liked it and he doesn't care for anything pumpkin. This would be a great addition (alongside traditional pumpkin pie) to your Thanksgiving table so no one with the above-mentioned dietary restrictions is left out. And for those who just want a delicious and satisfying dessert.
This is wonderful. I love pumpkin and am a diabetic, so most pumpkin reipes are loaded with carbs and fat. I loved it.
This recipe could not have been any easier. I love pumpkin and am always thinking of new ways to serve it. I used 2 (3.4 oz) boxes of french vanilla pudding (not sugar-free) and 1/2 of a 29 oz can of pumpkin. I added close to 1 Tbls of pumpkin pie spice and used 2 cups of 2% milk since I didn't have the evaporated or skim. This tastes just like a pumpkin pie...of course it's crustless and has a different texture. Can't wait to try this out on my son. Thanks for sharing.
Not being able to eat sugar and keeping a low carb diet really gets difficult-especially when you want dessert! This recipe is absolutely fabulous-it tastes exactly like pumpkin pie-I couldn't believe my taste buds! Congrats Robyn-I am passing this one on to all my other friends with diabetes...you make it very easy to convince my naughty boyfriend to eat less sugar he he he
This was delicious! All my relatives and husband loved this wonderful dessert! We followed the same directions, except using a LARGE box of pudding mix as suggested by another reviewer and using premade pumpkin pie filling. We topped it with sugar free topping and served it in wine glasses. Very tasty!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 2
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