Fall is here with us. It is the season of pumpkins. It is time to make the pumpkin cookies, English muffins, spice lattes, and our all-time time favorite pumpkin pie. Any recipe that can use pumpkin is always a welcome idea.

Forget the old recipes for a moment. There is a new recipe that will blow your mind

Following the lasagna food trend that broke the Internet earlier this year, Delish created a unique and easy version of the lasagna dessert. It is one of the tastiest meals you will taste.

The dessert goes by many names such as the no-bake pumpkin cheesecake or pumpkin cheesecake trifle.

The recipe does not need one to have an oven and is easy to prepare.

Pumpkin Cheesecake Lasagna

You will need:
⦁ package cream cheese (8 oz.), softened
⦁ Pecans, to garnish
⦁ Milk (2 cups.)
⦁ vanilla pudding mix (3 small packages)
⦁ sugar (1/4 cup)
⦁ heavy cream (1 1/2 cup)
⦁ pumpkin purée (1 cup)
⦁ pumpkin pie spice (1 teaspoon)
⦁ cracker sheets (10 graham)
⦁ Caramel (1/4 c)

How to:
⦁ Beat cream cheese and sugar for 2 minutes in an electric mixture. Add in the heavy cream till stiff peak forms.
⦁ Beat the pumpkin pie spice, milk, pumpkin pie and pumpkin till it is thick and well mixed.
⦁ Layer the lasagna by spreading a layer of cheese on a greased baking tray. Add the graham crackers, half of the pudding mixture and half of the cream cheese mixture. Sprinkle with caramel.
⦁ Cover with a plastic wrap and then refrigerate for 4 hours or overnight
⦁ Drizzle some caramel and garnish before serving.

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