Pudding Graham Cracker Sandwiches

This week’s blog cruise is a recipe share!! (one of my favorite things 🙂 ) Down here in Florida the weather is already getting warmer, and I decided to share a recipe for one of my family’s favorite summer day snacks.

Ingredients:
1 package cream cheese (softened)
2 cups cold milk
1 package Jello instant pudding (you can use any flavor, we like vanilla!)
1 cup whipped topping, thawed
20 graham crackers, broken into squares

Directions:
1. Beat the cream cheese with an electric mixer on medium in a large bowl until creamy.
2. Gradually add milk, beating until blended.
3. Add pudding mix, beat 2 minutes.
4. Stir in whipped topping.
5. Spoon some of the mixture onto the graham cracker squares and top with the other squares and freeze for 4 hours. You can put them on a cookie sheet and pop them in the freezer, or put them in a large tupperware and freeze them that way. I’ve done both and they always come out fine.

There you go. Most of the time when I make these I will actually make a double batch because my kids and their friends love to grab them out of the freezer in the garage. They taste really good and creamy, and not to sweet, which is why my hubby likes them too!! And they are simple to make, which is why I like them! 😉

If you have any other quick and easy snack ideas, let me know in the comments. To check out other recipes from the Crew members, click here:

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