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One 8-ounce container of the original whipped topping: $1.99. Delicious nostalgia: Priceless.
Boxed cake mix really shines when bolstered by Cool Whip's inimitable texture. Recipe here.
Serve with extra Oreos for dippin'. Recipe here.
One-bowl baking at its absolute finest. Recipe here.
Guaranteed to make it through an entire afternoon on the patio table under the hot sun without melting, souring, or perishing in any way. Recipe here.
Probably not much different than Coffee-Mate, TBH. Recipe here.
Sometimes that freezer-aisle Snickers ice cream cake doesn't cut it and you want something a little more homemade. Recipe here.
Warning: these marshmallows will melt into a thin, clear liquid if toasted for s'mores. Recipe here.
This unlikely but classic mixture of canned fruit, Cool Whip, desiccated coconut flakes, and marshmallows has really stood the test of time. Recipe here.
Forget mascarpone filling; these are stuffed with a luscious mix Cool Whip and strawberry Jell-O. Recipe here.
Red and green are complimentary colors, so know that when dipping blueberries, bananas, cake cubes, aesthetics may vary. Recipe here.
Why cook when you can just... layer? Recipe here.
AKA the only salad. Recipe here.
No need to chase after that ice cream truck. Recipe here.
I did some math (OK, counting) for you, and it turns out that these 4-ingredient popsicles actually have a total of 33 ingredients, which seems like serious bang for your buck. Recipe here.
Though simple at first glance, this dessert is hiding serious layers. Recipe here.
Why go through the trouble of whipping up a perfectly light chocolate mousse (so archaic, so mundane!), when you can just melt chocolate chips and mix them with COOL whip? Recipe here.
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