This is a great dessert! I have been making it for family dinners and get-togethers for years. I have found that it is helpful to refrigerate it while you are making the next layer. Also, I have successfully prepared this dessert a bit “low-cal” by using skim milk, low-fat cream cheese, light Cool Whip and sugar-free Jello instant pudding. Doesn’t seem to impact the taste. I have found this dessert is best prepared the day it is to be consumed. Leftovers store well in the refrigerator, but the crust gets a little moist and the layers start to run together. Still tastes great! Can also substitute lemon pudding for the chocolate … if so, it is called “lemon lush”.
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