Making Chocolate Fluff.

Tomorrow is my last day at work, and our department is filled with wonderful people who I care about very much! They took me out to lunch today, and then gave me a going away gift, and it was greatly appreciated. So in return, I decided to make them a chocolate fluff. Because I loves them! πŸ˜€

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Chocolate Fluff recipe:

1 cup of flour

1 stick of butter, softened (1/2 C)

pecans or walnuts, add however much floats your boat!

8 oz cream cheese

1 cup of powdered sugar

1 cup Cool Whip

1 box of instant pudding – chocolate

1 box of instant pudding – vanilla

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In a food processor, mix the flour, butter, and pecans/walnuts until the mixture turns crumbly. Pour the mixture into a pan, and then gently press the mixture onto the inside of the pan. Make sure that the whole bottom of the pan is covered. Bake in the oven on 350 degrees until the crust becomes lightly toasted. Remove from the oven, let it cool.

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Mix the cream cheese, powdered sugar, and the Cool Whip together. Set aside, or put into the fridge until it’s ready to be used.

Mix the vanilla pudding according to the instructions on the box. Place in the fridge until cooled off.

Mix the chocolate pudding according to the instructions on the box. Place in the fridge until cooled off.

Now that everything has cooled down, spread the cream cheese/powdered sugar/Cool Whip mixture onto the bottom layer with a spatula. Then, take the vanilla pudding and layer it on top of the cream cheese mixture. Once that’s finished, take the chocolate pudding and spread it onto the vanilla pudding.

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Once you are finished with the chocolate layer, take the leftover Cool Whip and spread it on top of the chocolate pudding. Garnish with pecans/walnuts once you are finished.

So tasty! πŸ™‚

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