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This is frighteningly good. It tastes like Pumpkin Pie without that pesky crust, or baking. Or time. Or any real effort. Are you the sort of person who remembers at 2:00 that you have a holiday party to attend at 2:30, and you still need to shower, dress, and bring a food item to share? Then this is the recipe for you.
Serve with Gingersnap cookies, or graham crackers if you prefer.
I have made this twice in the past week. Once for an inpromptu get together and once for a neighbor. It got rave reviews, even from those children reluctant to try it because it was made with… ewwwwww… pumpkin, which is totally like a vegetable.
It is so easy even a 4 yr old child could make it. As a matter of fact…
And look, the instant pudding has something called Calci-YUM! I can only surmise that is better somehow. It makes it good for you and yummy
Open the can of Pumpkin Pie Mix and dump it into a bowl.
Open the tub of Cool Whip and dump it into the bowl.
Open the package of instant vanilla pudding and dump it into the bowl. I did not get a photo of this step. I hope you all can manage. Susan?
Dip your gingersnap cookie. And Enjoy!
As for presentation, I happen to have these small pumpkin containers, but you can cut the top off of a real pumpkin, about the size of the ones in the photo, clean out the pumpkin guts and place the dip inside of there. It would be an adorable way to bring the dip to a holiday party. I am saving my real pumpkins for Thanksgiving Day.
But know that if you invite me anywhere this holiday season this is what I will be bringing with me. I have already bought up all the canned Pumpkin Pie mix. That is the real reason behind the canned pumpkin shortage.
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