Pumpkin Pie Parfaits VIDEO

I don't want you to spend too much time reading.

So here's all I'm going to say…

Watch this video.

Then go here to grab the recipe.

In minutes you'll have the easiest thanksgiving dessert ever -- and maybe the most scrumptious too!

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Hi, I’m Catherine. Mama of three. A Kentucky girl living in California. Here’s what I know: all kids can be great eaters and mealtime must be easy. I create simple, healthy recipes the whole family will love.

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  • Samantha

    I don't know how on earth you got the picture to look so exquisite, because even as an adult, I couldn't layer them in there so pretty, but they sure were good!

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  • Sarah F.

    I made these ... not my favorite. It isn't very sweet. Next time I would add more brown sugar, or maybe some honey, to the pumpkin mixture.

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  • Kristina

    I made these and all who ate thought they were delish! However, I made them exactly as the recipe called for and I had whipped cream and graham cracker left but only just enough pumpkin filling for 5 parfait. Next time I think I will double the pumpkin filling part and the I should even out and probably get 10. They are not overly sweet, but still very tasty. I use 2 tablespoons of confectioners sugar per 1 cup of cream and I think it is perfect. Very yummy parfait!

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  • Erica K

    Made a version of these with my boys using a wider mouth jar, We loved them, Thank you for the recipe and we will be sharing these with our cousins on Thanksgiving!

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  • Cristina

    I love all the ideas, but I get intimidated because I'm worried about the food spoiling before my son eats his lunch. I don't know when to use an ice pack or not. Many times his sandwiches are soggy. Does your book address temperatures and ice packs etc...

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    • Catherine McCord

      I do talk about that in Weelicious Lunches! http://astore.amazon.com/weelicious-20/detail/0062078453 I always pack an ice pack with lunch to make sure everything stays at a safe temperature. I also use a lunch box and carry bag that ensures the ice pack does not touch the food, which helps prevent sogginess. If you are packing a cooked sandwich, then you should let it cool completely before packing in the lunch box and that will help it not be soggy!

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  • Sue

    This pumpkin parfait recipe is the worst thing I have ever had in my mouth. I can't tell you how bad it is. I even took it to a friends house for the dessert course. Very embarrassing!

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  • Andrea

    This such an adorable video. You go with your multi-tasking! I know Thanksgiving is over, but we're doing it anyway!!

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  • Yvonne Douglas

    What a cute video!

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