This is a great low fat dip that I have been making for years. I use fat free/sugar free pudding and lite Cool Whip. I have even put it between 2 graham crackers and into the freezer. Like a pumpkin ice cream sandwich!
This recipe was a big hit at my potluck. My only comment is to carefully read the required package sizes of the ingredients. I originally bought a standard sized tub of whipped topping which is only 8oz. After mixing it, it appeared very thick and pumpkiny. That’s when I realized I needed another tub for the required 16oz. (note also that the pudding package is 5oz, not the standard 3oz). After reading some of the other reviews, I suspect that I am not the only person to do this. When the proper amounts were used, it turned out great. Everyone asked for the recipe.
this recipe is really flexible, which is why i love it. i made this for a halloween office party. i altered the ingredients as follows: 6 oz. softened cream cheese (i found pumpkin spice flavor), 29 oz. can of pumpkin, 2 tsp. pumpkin pie spice, 5 oz. sugar free vanilla pudding, 8oz. thawed fat free cool whip. i served the dip in a FROZEN hollowed out pumpkin with ginger snaps, vanilla wafers and cinnamon graham crackers (in order of popularity). the pumpkin was cleaned out and i had tons of recipe requests. had a treat for myself when i got home, a frozen gingersnap pumpkin spice “ice cream” sandwich! much better than graham crackers, which tend to get soggy for me. the gingersnap still had some crispness to it. YUM. thanks for this one!
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