Sunday, March 13, 2011

Pumpkin Cinnamon Mousse



On this cold, windy, and rainy Beaverton day it will be St Patrick's dinner for us since it falls during the week. I have a corn beef cooking (Our Previous Corn Beef Post) in my slow cooker with some water and Kona Coffee Beer. When it is done I will bake it with some orange, apple and lemon juice along with some brown sugar. Oh how I simply love this corn beef, I look forward to it all year long. I did however forget that I had nothing for dessert so I started looking threw my cabinet and fridge and found a few simple items to toss together for a fabulous quick and easy dessert.


3.4 oz. - Pumpkin Spice Jell-O Instant Pudding Mix
1 C. - Milk
2 C. - Cool Whip
1/4 C. - Cinnamon Chips

In a bowl beat on high the milk and pudding powder, after mixing fold in 1 c. of cool whip until well combined. In your parfait dishes layer some of the mousse mix then top with some cool whip and a few cinnamon chips. Make the top layer cool whip and garnish with a few more cinnamon chips, do 3 more parfait cups in the same way. Refrigerate until ready to serve.


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9 comments:

Holly said...

This sounds so easy and perfect! My whole family would just love it! : )

Annie's Dish said...

Pumpkin is one of those desserts that my whole family can agree on and my son's favorite. I know he would love this!

briarrose said...

Beautiful mousse. Yum!

teresa said...

love this dessert!

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The Japanese Redneck said...

I saw this flavor on sale after Thanksgiving and I didn't buy it...

Now I know I should have.

Mary said...

This really looks delicious. Unfortunately this pudding is only available here at Thanksgiving time. I'm bookmarking the recipe to try when I can get the necessary ingredients. I hope you have a great weekend. Blessings...Mary

Biz said...

Love how creative you were! And I didn't even know there was a pumpkin jello pudding - I'll have to look out for that! :D

Gabe's Girl said...

I stock up on the stuff! I love this Jello-o flavor. Thanks for sharing this EASY recipe.

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