Sex In A Pan

Sex In A Pan

Have you heard of this dessert before, Sex in a Pan? It has been around for a long time. It has a yummy nutty cookie bottom followed by layers cream cheese and puddings and topped with Cool Whip. Pretty much can’t go wrong with that!!!

I made this for the kids mainly, as it keeps well in the fridge for many days. They thought the name was so funny!! I should have maybe called it something else because that is all I heard about for days, along with giggles!! The kids staying with us were Zack 11 and Halen 12. Something they will remember from the summer of 2013!!

Try this very easy and delicious recipe next time you have a house full, they will love it!! ENJOY!!

Sex in a Pan by Noshing With The Nolands

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Sex In A Pan
Recipe type: Dessert
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Serves: 10-12
A wonderfully easy dessert to have at the ready in your refrigerator!!
  • ¾ cup butter
  • 1½ cup flour
  • ½ cup chopped pecans
  • 1-8 oz. light cream cheese
  • 1 cup icing sugar
  • 1 large package, 144 gm instant chocolate pudding
  • 1 large package, 144 gm instant vanilla pudding
  • 5 cups milk, divided
  • 4 cups cool whip, divided
  • 1 oz. semi-sweet chocolate square, grated
  1. Preheat oven to 350F. Mix together the butter, flour and chopped pecans. Press into a 9 x 13" pan and bake for 15-20 min. Set aside and cool.
  2. In the bowl of a stand up mixer, beat together cream cheese, sugar and 1 cup of Cool Whip. Spread onto top of cooled cookie layer.
  3. Next beat your puddings with 2½ cups milk each, until stiff. Layer on vanilla, then chocolate pudding onto the cream cheese filling. Place the last 3 cups of Cool Whip on next and top with grated chocolate.
  4. Refrigerate for at least 2 hours.




  1. says

    Oh my goodness! Flashback! My mom used to make this any time company was coming over. Now I simply must make it!

    Several years ago I made a pumpkin version of this for Thanksgiving. It was soooooo delicious!

    Wishing you a lovely day.

  2. says

    My grandmother used to make this, along with the lemon version for every food holiday. I was so excited to see the photo! I miss her terribly, and so wish she were still around so I could tell her what the new name for her dessert was called. I wonder if that’s what she called it when all the grandkids weren’t around? :)


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