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Easy 3 Ingredient No Bake Pudding Cake!

Pudding Cake is a great way to have your cake and not heat up the house!!!! This is my go to recipe for pot luck gatherings. It’s quick and easy to make and transports well. People are amazed at how simple it is to complete the recipe. Everyone always asks for the recipe, so be prepared as we have other Weight Watchers Cool Whip Recipes ready for you.

Not only is the pudding cake easy to make, the ingredients aren’t costly.  The 3 ingredients are easy to keep on hand and you can add chocolate syrup or sprinkles for added color, too. I also love that I can easily turn this into a Weight Watcher recipe by using low fat and sugar free items! Be sure to try it with chocolate pudding, too. YUM!

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If you want to try another easy no-bake recipe we have you covered with this Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana Cheesecake

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Easy 3 Ingredient No Bake Pudding Cake!

Easy 3 Ingredient No Bake Pudding Cake!

I used the 4 serving size boxes of pudding. I know they make 6 serving size, too. Those would also work, you would just have LOTS of pudding and need to put less cool whip on top. Enjoy!


  • 3 small (4 serving size) packages instant pudding Prepared as directed (6 cups)
  • 8 oz cool whip thawed
  • 1 Box graham crackers


  1. Lay out graham crackers in a 9 x 13 pan
  2. Cover graham crackers with half of pudding
  3. Layer graham crackers over the pudding layer
  4. Cover graham cracker layer with remaining pudding
  5. Top with cool whip
  6. Refrigerate overnight or for at least 6 hours
  7. Cut & serve like cake

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  1. Brandi Oswald says:

    I made it. It turned out good. Now I’m using French vanilla.

  2. can you use coconut pudding?

  3. I made this last night for a Church Pot luck today. Using graham crackers, vanilla pudding and cool whip and then sprinled chocolate chips on top. My graham crackers didn’t stay whole, they dissolved instead of staying hard like a crust…. What am I doing wrong?

    1. Hi Pam, I don’t think you are doing anything wrong. The longer the cake sits the softer the crackers will get. Sometimes I can cut mine with a spatula, other times I need to use a spoon and scoop it out. Thanks for stopping by. Michele

      1. Pam Willman says:

        Hi Michele! Thank you so much for responding back to me. I thought maybe I was doing something wrong, I made it at 10 am and then went to church at 10 and we ate at 11:30ish. It was a hit at church and my hubby loves it as well.
        I made it before with chocolate graham crackers and vanilla pudding .
        Have a great day!

  4. Can you half this recipe for an 8×8 pan?

    1. That should work. I have honestly never made it in a smaller version. Let me know how it turns out. THANKS

  5. Dorothy White says:

    This is also very good using angel food cake instead of graham crackers.

  6. How cold pudding has to be before you pour et over coockies ?

    1. I have only done this with instant or prepared pudding. I would make sure it’s cooled completely and set if you are using cooked pudding. Thank you!