“I found this recipe on A Thrifty Mom (who got it from The Thrifty, Nifty, Crafty Mom), and I had to try it. I never would have guessed you can make such a delicious pudding so easily, but this is the bomb. I substituted lemons because I didn't have limes, and I still loved it. This is a gorgeous dessert that will impress your guests. Serving size is estimated. Some of the ingredient amounts weren't listed so I have estimated.”
READY IN:
10mins
SERVES:
4
UNITS:
US

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Roll the limes on the counter top to loosen the pulp before squeezing the limes.
  2. Pour the sweetened condensed into a mixing bowl and slowly add the lime juice (to taste) while mixing with a whisk.
  3. If you want it tart use all the limes, but if you don't make sure to put a small amount at a time until it has the flavor you desire.
  4. Mix until it has a custard-like consistency.
  5. Cover the mixture and set aside in fridge.
  6. Dump all the crackers in a plastic or ziploc bag and break apart. You can use your hands or a rolling pin. Make sure the crust is coarse with big crumbs in it it so you don't crush too much.
  7. You can serve this in individual portions in dessert cups or put this in a casserole dish.
  8. Start with a layer of crumbs followed by a thin layer of pudding and continue until container is full. Add some whipped cream and garnish with some crumbs and lime zest.
  9. Add a slice of lime on the edge just for looks and serve.

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