OH. MY. STARS.
(For those of you wondering, that’s Texas Talk for “Holy Cow!”)
Have I got the BESTEST dessert ever, ever, EVER for you today!
Seriously, it’s so scrumdidlyuptious you might possibly die.
I know this for a fact because I had this scrumdidlyuptious dessert at our Party @ Pastor’s Fourth of July party. And I promptly died.
It was so amazing I practically begged the wonderful lady that made it to leave me some. “Practically” being a relative term.
It was also so amazing that the last thing I did before I walked out the door and left for Family Camp on Sunday afternoon was to take a bite of this dessert because, sadly, there was no room to take it in the cooler.
It was also so amazing that when we had to turn around because we forgot to pack a tent for a fellow family that needed it, I came into the house to have some more bites of it while my husband searched the garage for the tent. (shhh… he doesn’t know that… well, until now.)
It was ALSO so amazing that when we got home from Family Camp yesterday afternoon I completely died all over again when I saw it sitting in the refrigerator staring back at me with it’s big beautifulness while I unloaded our cooler.
Then I promptly ate it for dinner.
But even though I’ve told you all of those reasons for why this dessert is simply a. maz. ing. I have failed to tell you one of the BEST reasons this dessert is a. maz. ing.
Wait for it.
Waaaaait for it…..
IT’S A LAZY MOM RECIPE!!!!!!
When I realized last night that this recipe that the wonderful lady who brought this dessert wrote out for me after I had died eating it at our party was in fact a Lazy Mom Recipe, I promptly died all over again.
Basically I was in shock.
In fact, I’m still in shock over it. AND, not only does it meet all the requirements of cooking the lazy mom way, it is even BETTER than those requirements because it only has FOUR, count ’em, FOUR ingredients.
Yes, this dessert is worth two screams of happiness, just so you know.
So, let’s get to it! Because I want every single one of you to make this dessert and then promptly die.
But not literally, mkay? I’d hate to have that on my conscious and all.
Chocolate Eclair Dessert
1 small Cool Whip
2 packages french vanilla pudding
1 box graham crackers
1 tub chocolate frosting
Make pudding with 3 1/2 cups of milk. Then add Cool Whip. Using an 8×11 dish, put a layer of graham crackers in bottom. Add layer of Cool Whip mixture. Add another layer of crackers. Frost the crackers with chocolate. Add another layer of Cool Whip mixture, then continue layers until crackers are gone. Make sure to frost that last cracker layer with chocolate (and every time you add a cracker layer!)
Good golly Miss Molly! I’m drooling just typing this recipe up for you!
So quick! Immediately! Do not pass Go, do not collect 200 dollars! GO MAKE THIS DESSERT RIGHT NOW.
You’ll thank me for it. For real this time.