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Graham Cracker Pudding Cake

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A really tasty and inexpensive dessert that is really a no-brainer. Depending on if you prefer a softer mixture or a more crunchy you can keep this cake a few days to let the crackers absorb the pudding.

Graham Cracker Pudding Cake

Ingredients

  • 1 pack of Jell-O chocolate pudding;
  • 1 pack of Jell-O vanilla pudding;
  • Icing sugar;
  • Water;
  • 1 big box of Graham Crackers;
  • Quick chocolate syrup.

Instructions

  1. In a baking dish put a layer of graham crackers;
  2. Make chocolate pudding according to directions. Pour over layer of graham crackers. Refrigerate for a few minutes until pretty solid;
  3. Put another layer of graham crackers;
  4. Make vanilla pudding according to directions. Pour over layer of graham crackers. Refrigerate for a few minutes until pretty solid;
  5. Add another layer of graham crackers;
  6. In a small bowl put about 1/2 a cup of icing sugar, then add a very small amount of water. Mix vigorously;
  7. Keep adding icing sugar and water (very small amounts of water) until you get the desired consistency for icing;
  8. Once you have the desired consistency spread with spatula/spreader over the last layer of graham crackers;
  9. Then put drops of chocolate syrup evenly around the cake in straight lines;
  10. Then with a fork pass through the syrup/icing to get a Mille-feuille like design;
  11. Or just go nuts! Your choice;
  12. Refrigerate and enjoy.

TGIAC Notes

  • Tastes really good after 3 days in the fridge … but rarely lasts that long

All the ingredients.

Layer some graham crackers and cut little pieces to fit in the gaps

Make chocolate pudding.

Pour pudding. Refrigerate.

Next layer of graham crackers. Once again, fill in the gaps.

Make vanilla pudding.

Pour pudding. Refrigerate.

Add icing sugar and add a little water. And mix.

Keep adding water or sugar to get desired consistency.

Pour over last layer of graham crackers.

Spread it evenly

Squeeze chocolate syrup evenly around the cake in straight lines.

With a fork, pass through the syrup and icing to get a Mille-feuille like design.

VoilĂ !

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