...and gently mix the cake, pudding and whipped cream together.3. Now, the fun part. I thought it would be easier to make parfait cups, but you can follow the recipe and do the same in a clear bowl.
Add a spoonful of the cake mixture to a 9 oz tumbler cup, top with a spoonful of the blueberry filling, layer another spoonful of the cake mixture, then the cherry pie filling. Repeat with another layer of cake mixture and top with the apple pie filling.4. Voila!
It was very tasty, everyone ate them up! Even the kids present couldn't get enough of it, except for one who hates pudding, but her dad gladly took it.The only real complaint was a few people weren't too sure about the apple pie with the berries, they could see the apple pie layered with the cake mixture and crumbled graham crackers, or the berry layers with no apple topping. Of course, the pregnant woman, A.K.A. one of my sister-in-laws came up with that.
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