So if you are looking for something sweet, easy and irresistible … that’s it. But if you’re hoping for leftovers tomorrow, I suggest cutting a piece for now and hiding it in the fridge. Because there will likely be no sex left in the pan once you put it down! If you prefer easy desserts, this is one of my five best grains ever!

Pre-heat stove (Oven) to 350 degrees F . Spray a 9×9 baking tray with cooking spray.

Melting butter in microwave and let to cooled . Combine the crumbs and butter, and stir together until combined.

Pour the melted butter into the chocolate crumbs

Press the crumb mixture firmly into a 9×9 skillet and bake for 8-10 minutes. Put on wire rack to cool.

Put chocolate biscuit crumbs in the skillet

Prepare each pudding mixture in separate bowls, using one cup of milk each. Cooled in fridge TO ready to utlize.

Meanwhile, in a large bowl, mix cream cheese and sifted powdered sugar until creamy.

Add powdered sugar to the cheese in a bowl

Add a cup of Cool Whip to the cream cheese mixture and fold with a rubber spatula until mixture is well incorporated. Set aside until ready to use.

Add a cool whip to a bowl

When the crust has cooled, spread the cream cheese mixture evenly over the crust.

Grease the cream cheese mixture over the crust

Spread the chocolate pudding over the cream cheese layer.

Spread the layer of chocolate pudding

Spread the vanilla pudding over the chocolate pudding layer.

Add vanilla pudding to the chocolate layer

Spread the rest of the cold mixture over the vanilla pudding.

Grease a layer of vanilla pudding with cold whipping

Cool for at least two hours until set.

Sift cocoa powder over the dessert

Just before serving, sift cocoa over the top for garnish.

Enjoy !

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