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    Senior Member JSNOMORE's Avatar
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    I am having cravings for something really gooey and sweet. Anyone have a good recipe?

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    If you want something with no effort ..... open one cup of ready-made pudding and mix with equal amount of cool whip. Gives you kind of a faux mouse dessert.

    Easy Peasy ... and if you want to use it for company, use a few cups and mix. Put into dessert dishes, and sprinkle some graham wafer or chocolate crumb on top.

    And don't give them the recipe!!! :)

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    awesome. I love a no fuss recipee and I have all of the ingredients

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    Ooooh, glad I looked at this post. I love easy peasy recipes too. That's a good one for something real quick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luvstitches
    Ooooh, glad I looked at this post. I love easy peasy recipes too. That's a good one for something real quick.
    It's somewhat dangerously quick!! :)

    And any flavours!!!!!!!

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    yea but when that urge hits its nice to have a plan

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    Quote Originally Posted by JSNOMORE
    yea but when that urge hits its nice to have a plan
    The bonus to me is the single portion ... if I had to make a pudding mix first, then add the cool whip, well, I'd probably eat it all!!!!!!! :)

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    me too

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    oooooooooooooooo portion control...... and an easy yummy!! thanks..

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    how about the cake in a mug?

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    I tried that and didn't much care for it. seemed kinda too gooey

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    My family loves Pillsbury Brookie Bars.

    http://www.pillsbury.com/recipes/pra...-c2e3a23d1fb3/

    It is worth the work.

    Elise

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    Oh my Gosh! I am so going to try this. I'll have to stop by the store to get the ingredients but I absolutely love Thin Mints and I love Ritz, although I don't have any right now.
    I think I want to try dipping them so they are coated all over like the real thing. I can't wait! Thanks for sharing.
    Oh, I have tried the pudding and Cool Whip thing with chocolate pudding but just thinking -- I'll bet it's wonderful with butterscotch pudding. Has anyone tried those Jello Temptations puddings yet? They are pretty pricey - I think like $2.89 for 3 little containers but oh so good. Love the Lemon Meringue, tastes just like pie and the chocolate ones are reall yummy too. Helps with my sweet tooth. And they are only 100 calories if you are a counter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KathyAire
    OOOOHHHH They sound yummy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joanie2
    Oh, I have tried the pudding and Cool Whip thing with chocolate pudding but just thinking -- I'll bet it's wonderful with butterscotch pudding.
    Delicious too ... just choose your flavour.
    Lemon is nice too.



    And for someone who is a peanut butter fan ... mix a little PB with cool whip. Add some chocolate syrup. Oh bliss!!

    or combine the PB, chocolate pudding and cool whip! :)

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    OOEY GOOEY BARS

    1 yellow cake mix
    1 stick butter
    1 egg

    TOPPING:

    8 oz. cream cheese
    1 box powdered sugar
    2 eggs

    Mix cake, butter and egg. Put into 9 x 13 inch pan. Mix up topping and pour over cake. Bake at 350 degrees for 35-40 minutes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Julianna
    OOEY GOOEY BARS

    1 yellow cake mix
    1 stick butter
    1 egg

    TOPPING:

    8 oz. cream cheese
    1 box powdered sugar
    2 eggs

    Mix cake, butter and egg. Put into 9 x 13 inch pan. Mix up topping and pour over cake. Bake at 350 degrees for 35-40 minutes.
    We do this but change up the cake mixes-chocolate, strawberry, orange almost any flavor can be tried. We also sprinkle with pecans. Chocolate cake mix with toasted coconut and pecan is a good combo (think of German chocolate cake).
    Very rich :thumbup:

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    Question?
    Are they ooey and gooey?
    or
    basically a cake/crust bottom with a cheesecake like top?

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    either way they sound yummy

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    The cake mix mixture is a crust. The cream cheese layer is more gooey-Like lemon bars. Paula Deen makes this as Gooey Butter Cake adding a stick of butter to the cream cheese layer-but the recipe with the butter in the crust is as rich as we like!

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    OMG......must make the gooey bars tomorrow. I care for a homebound couple who love chocolate....think I'll do chocolate cake. Thanks :D

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    Okay, whose the wise guy that printed this request & then who printed what sight to go to???? Of course I had to check it out & now I have printed off "7" new very fattening but can hardly wait to try recipes. I'm suppose to be on weight watchers!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fritzy
    Okay, whose the wise guy that printed this request & then who printed what sight to go to???? Of course I had to check it out & now I have printed off "7" new very fattening but can hardly wait to try recipes. I'm suppose to be on weight watchers!!!!!
    Sorry Fritzy. I had a really bad craving. Please forgive me:)

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    yum! Thanks for the recipe!

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