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Pumpkin Crunch Parfaits

Rated as 4.38 out of 5 Stars

"Here's a fun dessert that your youngsters can help make. It's a great treat for Halloween or Thanksgiving."
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Ingredients

15 m servings
Original recipe yields 6 servings

Directions

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  1. In a large mixing bowl, beat milk and pudding mix on low speed for 2 minutes. Stir in THE whipped topping, pumpkin and pumpkin pie spice; mix well. Fold in pecans.
  2. Spoon half of the mixture into parfait glasses; top with half of the gingersnap crumbs. Repeat layers. Top with additional whipped topping.

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Most helpful positive review

Light dessert which was perfect after a heavy Thanksgiving dinner! Made a few changes ~ toasted the pecan's to bring out their flavor, used butterscotch pudding mix as that's all I had on hand...

Most helpful critical review

I tripled the pumpkin pie spice and the flavor was great. I definitelty think it would have been too bland for us otherwise. The reason for the three stars is the consistency was just too thin...

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Light dessert which was perfect after a heavy Thanksgiving dinner! Made a few changes ~ toasted the pecan's to bring out their flavor, used butterscotch pudding mix as that's all I had on hand...

Very yummy! I used butterscotch pudding mix for a little extra richness and did not add any pecans. An easy and delicious fall dessert! Thank you for sharing!

I used the sugar-free pudding and left out the whipped topping for a decadent low-fat, low-sugar dessert. Who knew fiber could taste so good? Thanks for the inspiration.

This is the best dessert ever! I would suggest toasting the pecans to bring out the flavour. My husband doesn't normally like pumpkin and even he thought this dessert was incredible.

When I made the filling and tasted it, it seemed a little bland, so I added in the rest of the can of pumpkin (15 oz can, I think) and another approx. 3/4 tsp pie spice, which kicked up where I ...

This is a super easy recipe! I have been looking all over for it, since I lost my overused recipe card from Taste of Home. Instead of using Vanilla Pudding, I like to substitute Jello Cheeseca...

I made this w/ sugar free instant pudding and sugar-free Cool Whip and it is excellent. Great Thanksgiving treat for those who can't have sugary desserts.

Yummy little treat. I put it in crystal champagne glasses, which made it stretch a little to feed 10 without altering the recipe made for 6.

I made this for a Halloween potluck and all my coworkers went crazy over it. I do not like the taste of gingersnaps so I used vanilla wafers instead. It tasted awesome and I am planning on makin...