Get a taste of heaven with this sweet Heaven in a Bowl recipe.
When my husband, Rick, was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, we started paying more attention to portion control and healthier meals. At first, I bought every diabetic cookbook I could find to support our new way of eating. I soon realized, with a few tweaks and a little creatively, I could adapt many of my own recipes without sacrificing the great taste. What follows is my version of the popular Heaven in Bowl recipe. It is rich, devilishly delicious, and sugar-free and can be found in our cookbook Sugar-Free and Simply Delicious
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This recipe is so rich. Some people call it pink stuff, but I call it Heaven in a Bowl because it is so good. I found it in an old cookbook, that I bought at a garage sale. The book was published as a fundraiser for a Boy Scout Troop. It puts together fast and presents very well. I’ve made this for Church Potlucks, Thanksgiving and Reunions. You can play around a bit with the ingredients but not too much. I don’t usually add nuts because my children never liked them.
- 1 package Fudge Brownie Mix
- 2 package Miniature Reeses Cup ; 13 oz Each
- 4 cups 2% Milk ; Cold
- 2 packages Instant vanilla pudding ; 5.1 oz each
- 1 cup Peanut butter ; creamy
- 4 teaspoons Vanilla extract
- 2 8 oz cool whip ; thawed
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