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Simple Graham Cracker Pudding Recipe | Dessert Sweet Treats


This is my go-to recipe for Graham Cracker Pudding when I need to serve or bring a quick dessert.

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My mom would always make this simple yet delicious dessert as it always was a family favorite.  I make it too for my family and grandkids.

Graham Cracker Chocolate Pudding Recipe

Usually I have the ingredients already on hand as a kitchen staple.  This is a simple dessert recipe that can be made up in about less than 10 minutes.

I always use cooked pudding, as the texture is much smoother than instant pudding.  With the invention of microwaves, the pudding cooks up in about 6 minutes !  Of course, you can still cook the pudding on the stove top, like my mom used to do !

Use your family’s favorite pudding flavor.  Ours just happens to be chocolate !

Graham Cracker Pudding Dessert Recipe

All you need is cooked pudding, graham crackers, milk, and whipped topping.  My mom always used real whipped cream, but I cheat and use Cool Whip Topping.

The warm pudding softens the graham crackers a bit, which gives the pudding some texture.

When I bring it somewhere, I just make it in a disposable pan.  You can also place it in a pretty Trifle Bowl !

Easy clean up in the kitchen with my Handmade Kitchen Dish Cloths from Moomettes Crochet !

Simple Graham Cracker Pudding Dessert


Simple Graham Cracker Pudding Recipe

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Cook Time: 6 minutes

Total Time: 30 minutes


Simple Graham Cracker Pudding Recipe

This is a quick, simple to make Graham Cracker Pudding Dessert, sure to please! Use any flavor of pudding.


  • 2 Boxes of Pudding Mix, any flavor 3 oz. size
  • Milk
  • 1 Container Frozen Whip Topping Mix, thawed
  • 2 Sleeves of Graham Crackers
  • Syrup


  1. Prepare pudding mix according to box instructions. Cool.
  2. Alternate layers of graham crackers and pudding, ending with pudding
  3. Top with Whipped Topping
  4. Drizzle Chocolate Syrup, or syrup flavor of your choice over top of dessert
  5. Refrigerate until set.

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