"Extremely popular recipe in Vancouver, BC. I have no idea where it originated or who named it, but it certainly is sinfully rich and delicious" — BIANCAL
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2 (8 ounce) packages
cream cheese, at room temperature
frozen whipped topping (such as Cool Whip®), thawed
1 (5.9 ounce) package
instant chocolate pudding mix
1 (5 ounce) package
instant vanilla pudding mix
cold heavy whipping cream
chocolate wafer cookies, crushed
Grew up eating this as a child (not in Canada). Absolutely delicious! Only difference I did is my crust is 2 sticks of butter, 1 cup of flour, and 1 cup chopped pecans. 350 and bake for 25. I also added some powdered sugar to the whipped cream. Thanks for posting this recipe. I love it and encourage others to try.
Made this as-is, and it just seemed like fancy pudding with whipped cream. It all over-powered the cream cheese layer.
My family has been making this recipe for years. The only change we make is to add butter to the crust, instead of margarine, and add finely chopped, toasted pecans to the crust as well. Definitely 5 stars!
My first 'experience ;) with this was in the late 1970's. It blew us all away! Amazing, refreshing, and leaves everyone wanting more and the recipie, which no one wanted to share... eventually I got this exact recipie. Made it umpteen times, but lost it when moving, other's helping pack thought recipies were unnecessary to due internet recipie... I couldn't find it till I saw it on here. Thank you SO much for posting it. I'm from Canada also, I wonder if other countries have had this wonder of this recipie? Thanks Biancal!!!
mmmmmmm! I've made other variations of the "sex in a pan" or "better than sex cake" recipes, but this one is now my favorite by far! I double the crust since I was going to use an 11x14 pan and it was a little bit too thick. I think next time I'd do 1+1/2 the amount for the crust. I also ended up using more whipping cream to cover the whole dessert and added a little bit of powdered sugar to sweeten it slightly. I didn't have wafer cookies so I chopped some Reeses peanut butter cups and sprinkled those on top - to die for!!! Very rich, but I WILL be making it again - you can count on it!
I was a bit nervous to try this recipe just because it seemed like it would be too sweet. I made it and it was wonderful! Not too sweet, a perfect balance I think and everyone at worked loved it. I ened up using a 13 by 9 in pan and just doubled the ingredients for the crust. This treat leaves you wanting more. So good!!!!!
My Aunt Sue brought this "pie" to Christmas 15 years ago or so. We didn't have a name for it, so we called it "Sue Pie"....I like your name for it better, lol. Since then we have to have this at every holiday feast, it's tradition now. I highly recommend anyone with a major sweet tooth try this recipe. It's the BEST and my personal all time favorite!
I found this recipe when I was looking for a sinful dessert. My family LOVES it. I double the crust but make the rest as the directed on the recipe. I added chopped cooking chocolate to the top with the chocolate wafers. I will make this many times more. Thank you for putting it one allrecipes.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/25 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 25
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 139
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