Lush Cherry Cheesecake Dessert combines the flavors of cherry cheesecake with the creaminess of Lush! The perfect dessert recipe for the holidays and all year round!
Can we talk about something for a minute? Something that has been on my mind for a while now…. because it takes up ALL MY TIME? (Okay, not all my time, but definitely way too much…) Yes, can we talk about Facebook for a minute?
I know I’m not the only one. Who scrolls through their news feed, clicks on one thing, then another, and suddenly finds themselves on a complete stranger’s page because Facebook somehow led them to …. ? Tell me I’m not the only one. Who doesn’t even realize that a whole hour has passed and I’ve accomplished absolutely nothing except finding random information about random people!?!? Ah! Maybe I need some help.
Because, to be honest, I never saw it that way. I didn’t see myself as someone who would get caught up in scrolling through my feed, looking for something interesting, becoming overly curious about what people are doing. But alas, here I am. And this is clearly the last place I have time to be!
1 c. vanilla wafer crumbs
1 c. finely chopped pecans
1 stick (½ cup) butter, melted
8 oz. cream cheese, softened
1 c. powdered sugar
16 oz. divided whipped topping
2 small cans of cheesecake-flavored pudding
3 c. milk
1 can Lucky Leaf Cherry Pie Filling
½ c. chopped pecans
In a medium bowl, combine vanilla wafer crumbs, finely chopped pecans and melted butter.
Press into a 9×13 inch pan; bake at 350° for 15 minutes. Remove from oven and let cool.
In a separate bowl, combine cream cheese, powdered sugar and 1 ½ c. whipped topping.
Mix until smooth; spread evenly over cooled crust.
Combine cheesecake pudding mix, milk and 1 c. whipped topping and mix until smooth.
Spread evenly over cream cheese layer in pan.
Top with 1 can Lucky Leaf Cherry Pie Filling, remaining whipped topping and ½ c. chopped pecans.
Hi……what do you mean CANS of the pudding? I have never seen it in cans. Can you give ounces of it? Thank you