Thursday, November 25, 2010

Pumpkin Fluff

Hurry! Quick! You still have time to make this yumm-o-licious dessert! You don't wanna miss this one. It's only 4 ingredients to a fluffy, pumpkin pie type dessert everyone will love. I've made it twice this week to take to different functions and was asked more times than I can count for the recipe. Everyone said it's wonderful and tastes like pumpkin pie (only it's MUCH easier to make and clean up and TONS quicker!) I will clean my ears really well so when you start thanking me for sharing this one I can hear it :) Have a Happy Thanksgiving filled with family, friends and lots of great food! Enjoy :)

PUMPKIN FLUFF
1 tub cool whip
1 pkg (5 oz) vanilla pudding
1 can pumpkin (regular size)
1 tsp pumpkin pie spice (or cinnamon if you're out like me)

Mix pumpkin, pudding, and spice until well blended. Fold in cool whip. Serve with graham crackers, sugar cookies or ginger snaps (it would be yummy in a graham cracker crust with cool whip on top). It's best if you make this the night before... but it you can't wait that long it will still be yummy!

6 comments:

Chris said...

Nice and easy, I like it Heidi. I hope your family had a fun and loving Thanksgiving.

Jamie said...

We have a finger food night at ladies night out this week. Guess what I will be bringing. Thank you for this simple recipe! Happy Holidays!

winddaughter said...

Dear Heidi, I hope you know that you are amazing! I got my roomy to make this the other day and it was so wonderful. Thanks for posting!

Ingrid said...

Oooo, I bet that is yummy!

Hope you had a delicious Thanksgiving Heidi! Didya get to cook the meal in your new kitchen?
~ingrid

Sophie said...

What a fun treat! I can honestly say I've never had pumpkin fluff, but it sounds delicious :)!

We're hosting a cookie holiday recipe contest over at our blog; come check it out if you're interested!

Amanda said...

sounds yummy, did you use a 14oz or 29oz can of pumpkin? (Not sure if those oz's are right, but did you use a normal or big can of pumpkin? I'm assuming the smaller "normal" sized can)