Plenty to be Thankful for: Recipes!

Manic Mother
My favorite fall/ thanksgiving recipe is Marbled Pumpkin Cheesecake!  It’s the perfect blend of pumpkin and cheesecake and I could eat the whole thing!  So delicious!
The recipe can be found here.
We are here relaxing in Corolla, NC.  So far, so good.  I have 2 eclair pies cooling in the fridge and I cannot wait to indulge in those tomorrow night!
The eclair pie recipe is so, so easy.  I’ll write it out real quick:
Package of graham crackers2 french vanilla instant pudding powder mixestub of cool whip1 container of chocolate frosting
Mix the 2 pudding boxes with milk as directed on the box.  Add the tub of cool whip to the pudding.  Take a large rectangle 9 x 12 glass dish and put 1 layer of graham crackers in the bottom, so it covers the whole dish.   Pour half of the pudding mixture over the graham crackers and level with a spatula.  Put another layer of graham crackers over the pudding.  Pour the rest of the pudding mixture over the graham crackers.  Then put one last layer of graham crackers over the pudding.  So you should have graham crackers, pudding, graham crackers pudding, graham crackers…then melt the container of frosting on the stove so it thins out.  Pour the warmed chocolate pudding over the top of the pie(should be directly over your last set of graham crackers), spread the pudding in all the cracks.Refrigerate over night to allow the graham crackers to soften. 
Dig in!  It’s one of the easiest, but most delicious recipes ever!

I hope everyone is enjoying their Monday!

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7 thoughts on “Plenty to be Thankful for: Recipes!

  1. I'm just seeing your message back to me…because I'm here writing down the eclair recipe! YES I'm hosting AND we're having eclair pie for dessert!!! Thank you for the recipe and I will let you know how it turns out! 🙂

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