You could always count on my Aunt Kathie to bring the winning dish to just about every family gathering. My mom was quick to jot down the recipe every time! This dessert has been a family favorite since I was a little girl. Once my mom had a minister from our church over for dinner. She served this for dessert,and he asked her what it was called. She told him the name and he said, “I think you should change the name to SIN!” I served it a few years back for my college roomie and her family when they came to visit. After one bite, her husband said, “I could retire on this!” It’s a great cool treat in the summer (just don’t take it to an outdoor event, it will turn to soup!) and it’s super easy to make! Enjoy!
1 box Honey Graham Crackers
2 packages of 3 oz. French Vanilla Instant Pudding
9 oz. Of Cool Whip
3 cups of milk
1 container of chocolate fudge frosting (not the milk chocolate)
Instructions: Mix pudding with milk then gently stir in thawed coolwhip with a spoon, (don’t thaw the cool whip in the microwave, I’ve done it and the dessert turned out soupy) don’t over mix or it will turn out runny. Layer bottom of 9×13 casserole dish with graham crackers enough to cover bottom of dish. Then spoon half of pudding mixture over the crackers. Then add another layer of crackers and spoon the rest of pudding mixture on top. End with a layer of grahams on top. Dilute frosting with about