Easy 3 Ingredient No Bake Pudding Cake

If you are looking for a quick and simple dessert recipe to try, you'll want to take a look at this "Easy 3 Ingredient No Bake Pudding Cake." There's just something about pudding in a cake that makes our mouths water.

This is a great dessert recipe for pot luck gatherings and family get togethers. Its quick and easy to make and travels well. People are amazed at how simple it is to complete the recipe. Everyone always asks for the recipe, so be prepared. Not only is the pudding cake easy to make, the ingredients arent pricey. The three ingredients are easy to keep on hand and you can add chocolate syrup or sprinkles for added color, too. The ingredients you will need for this easy three ingredient no bake pudding cake include instant pudding prepared as directed on the package, cool whip thawed and graham crackers. To start lay out the graham crackers in a 9 by 13 pan. Cover the graham crackers with half of pudding and layer graham crackers over the pudding layer then top with cool whip. Refrigerate overnight or for at least six hours.

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While this recipe calls for cool whip, you can always make whipped cream on your own, it's fairly easy to make and the taste is worth the effort. To start you will need a deep mixing bowl, where you will beat some heavy cream until soft peaks form. You can also do this in a stand mixer if you have one. Next you will sprinkle some granulated sugar over the cream and beat until soft peaks return, making sure to not overheat. If you prefer you can replace the granulated sugar with an equal amount of confectioners sugar, to prevent any lumps from forming, use a fine mesh sieve to sift the sugar over the cream.

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