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Fantasy Fudge in a Cloud

"Rich, white chocolate infused, cream cheese clouds are layered with buttery yellow cake, bananas, cherries, and toasted pecans, and smothered with fudge topping and whipped cream. This is a fudge sundae at its best -- better yet, feed it to your honey and he'll swoon from the sweetness of it all! Oh, yeah, small portions recommended."
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Ingredients

4 h servings 353 cals
Original recipe yields 20 servings

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  1. Prepare cake according to package directions and bake in a 9x13 inch pan. Let cool completely. Cut half the cake into 1-inch cubes (saving the other half for another dessert).
  2. In a large bowl, beat together pudding mix and milk until thick and creamy. Beat in cream cheese until fluffy. Fold in half the whipped topping.
  3. In a large punch or trifle bowl, layer one-third of the cake cubes, one-third of the cream cheese mixture, one-third of the banana slices and one-third of the pecans. Top with one-third of the fudge sauce.
  4. Repeat cake and cream cheese layers and top with half the cherry pie filling. Cover the pie filling with one-third of the bananas, one-third of the pecans and one-third of the fudge sauce.
  5. Repeat step 4, omitting the pecan layer. Top with remaining whipped topping; drizzle with remaining fudge sauce; and sprinkle with remaining pecans. Refrigerate 4 hours before serving.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 353 calories; 15.5 g fat; 49.8 g carbohydrates; 3.9 g protein; 14 mg cholesterol; 281 mg sodium. Full nutrition

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I made this recipe for a desert for a staff party and won the desert contest! Everyone loved it.

Most helpful critical review

What a mess! It looked like a 5 year old had thrown every single sweet thing they could find in a bowl. It was too sweet.

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I made this recipe for a desert for a staff party and won the desert contest! Everyone loved it.

I made this for Easter. It disappeared faster than any trifle I've ever made. I used sliced almonds in place of pecans (allergies) and sweetened, whipped cream in place of frozen whipped toppi...

This is very good. Made it for work and everyone really liked it. I only changed one thing. I added the whole 8 oz of cool whip to the pudding mix instead of just 4 oz. It will cut down on t...

This was a very good dessert. My family loved it. It is very rich and I think it could do without all the hot fudge. It seemed to over power the whole dish. I would cut it in half next time ...

REALLY good!! Made this for a party I hosted, and the ladies loved it!(most of us had seconds - some took bowls home for their husbands.) I used 1 1/2 pkgs of pudding (hence, increased the amt o...

Delicious!! Excellent dessert - very much like a banana split in a trifle bowl, and easy to prepare. Could only find white choc. sugar free/fat free pudding - may want to substitute vanilla or...

What a mess! It looked like a 5 year old had thrown every single sweet thing they could find in a bowl. It was too sweet.

I made this for a family reunion and everyone loved it! It's easy, fast, and flavorful. Great for kids and adults alike. Reminds me of a banana split.

This was so easy to throw together and good to eat as well. I used a little more then half the cake but this was a crowd pleaser. None was left at the end of the party.