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When I was young, I loved spending the summer at my Great‐Grandma’s
(to me, just grandma). She taught me to sew, to cook, to be who I am
today. She was everything in the world to me! One summer when I was
probably 10 or 11, she let me “invent” this recipe so that I could make
dessert for my grandpa who would come eat lunch with us every other
day. I was SO proud of myself!! I haven’t made the recipe in years, but
will never forget the excitement I felt when I “cooked” dessert for my
grandpa & great‐grandma! And I can never eat a graham cracker without
thinking of my grandma!
2 sleeves of graham crackers
2 3.5 oz boxes chocolate pudding
1 tub Cool Whip, thawed
First, prepare chocolate pudding as directed on the box. Place in the refrigerator
to set up while preparing the rest of the recipe. Crush graham crackers
until they are fine crumbs. (easily done in a Ziplock bag, a few at a time …
using either a rolling pin or lots of pounding!!) Once the pudding has been
set up, layer the ingredients in a bowl or trifle dish. First a layer of graham
cracker crumbs, then pudding – continuing the two layers. Over the last
layer of pudding, cover with the whipped topping. It’s a yummy and easy
treat that the kids can help make!
Contributed by: Lisa Gaston
Easy Chicken & Dumplings
(2)cans Progresso Chicken Pot Pie Soup
(1)can Pillsbury biscuits 10 count
Pour both cans of soup into large skillet. Heat to boiling.
While heating, separate biscuits and cut each biscuit into quarters.
Place biscuits into skillet with soup and simmer 10 minutes.
Cover and simmer an additional 10 minutes.
For best results, serve with a side of love.
food…” Luke 12:23