Ribbon Pudding Pie Recipe
- 4 cups cold fat-free milk, divided
- 1 package (1 ounces) sugar-free instant vanilla pudding mix
- 1 reduced-fat graham cracker crust (6 ounces)
- 1 package (1 ounces) sugar-free instant butterscotch pudding mix
- 1 package (1.4 ounces) sugar-free instant chocolate pudding mix
- Whipped topping and finely chopped pecans, optional
- 1. Whisk 1-1/3 cups milk and vanilla pudding mix 2 minutes. Spread into crust.
- 2. In another bowl, whisk 1-1/3 cups milk and butterscotch pudding mix 2 minutes. Carefully spoon over vanilla layer, spreading evenly.
- 3. In a third bowl, whisk remaining 1-1/3 cups milk and chocolate pudding mix 2 minutes. Carefully spread over top. Refrigerate until set, at least 30 minutes. If desired, serve with whipped topping and pecans. Yield: 8 servings.
1 piece: 184 calories, 3g fat (1g saturated fat), 2mg cholesterol, 427mg sodium, 32g carbohydrate (13g sugars, 1g fiber), 6g protein. Diabetic Exchanges: 2 starch, 1 fat.
Reviews for Ribbon Pudding Pie
"Takes longer than recipe stated to firm up. The chocolate overwhelmed the rest of the flavors."
"This is one of my favorite pudding pie recipes. I have made it many times following the recipe exactly and have had no trouble whatsoever getting it to set up. It cut beautifully. The flavors really blend well. I especially like to make this on a hot day when I don't want to turn on the oven."
"To make the pie stiffer, use less milk. Mine was too mushy."
"I made this pie to share with another diabetic friend. tasted good but appearance was poor. When i tried to serve it each piece fell apart. I think it would be better in parfait glasses ."
"Taste was good, but I too felt it was soupy."
"The flavors were great. The only problem I had was that it did not set up real well. I'm thinking of freezing it for a bit before it's cut because it seems to run a bit when it's cut."
"My husband is diebetic and this pie was great. He loved it. wants to know when I'm making it again"
"this was very good. it sure didnt jast long in my house ,hubby and son made short work out of it. lol the butterscotch made the the pie. i will definitely make this again!!!! :)"
"This receipe was not only easy, it was DELICIOUS! I was a little concerned about using the unsweetened pudding mixes, but it honestly didn't taste unsweet at all! But yet not too sweet...it was light and delicious."
"Had a lot of fun making this for friends...one a diabetic and the other on a diet. I did add some vanilla to the vanilla pudding and some dark cho chips to the cho pudding...but all in all it was a great success!!"
"This was very rasy to make. The only problem I had was getting it to set-up & come out of the pan . There is no way my pie looked like the one in the picture. Mine was just a blob."
"The taste and ease of preparation were great, but I couldn't get the darn thing to set up! When I cut it after chilling, everything just collapsed into a big, gloppy mess."
"Love this recipe! Had a time layering the pudding. One layer on top, ran to the center of the lower layer. Otherwise, it was great. My family doesn't like nuts so, we substituted with Heath Bar Bits. This dessert will make a "regular showing" at our house!Dave O."
"Light and delicious. Marvelous desert for diabetics. My 9year old grand daughter made this for our family dinner and was very proud of herself. This is easily a five star desert and a new favorite for our family. I would love more desert like this one. Thanks for sharingKamal"
"Try layering this without the graham cracker crust to cut down on the carbs."
"I would put it in a larger dish and cut it smaller. This would reduce the carbs per piece."
"Are you talking Type I or Type II? Cheerios has 29g without milk. Oatmeal has 20g+g without milk. All in moderation."
"anything with that many carbs is not good for someone with diabetis. carbs turn to sugar in your body. so i would'nt advise you eat this as stated. i would not put it in a crust, but leave it layered without it."