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Lemon-Lime Daiquiri Layered Dessert

Lemon-Lime Daiquiri Layered Dessert recipe
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This luscious daiquiri-inspired layered dessert can be as lemony or lime-y as you like since the choices of sherbet and juice are up to you.
15 min
3 hr 25 min
12 servings
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This is very, very good. My guests asked for seconds. I have never had that happen before. Especially after having appetizers and a big dinner. I was told that it is a keeper and I could serve it again.
This was absolutely delicious. I made it exactly as directed for my grandsons 7th birthday to go along with his cake. I had no idea it would be such a hit with everyone. It turned out great and looked so pretty. It was the perfect ending dessert for a hot day. The cream cheese mixture is very rich. I made a small layer of graham cracker crust, a layer of lime sherbet, the mixture, a layer of orange sherbet and topped with the rest of the mixture. I also used the lime juice. I was afraid to use a 1/2 cup but I did, the taste was so sweet. It's like a guilty pleasure. For those of you having a problem lining the pan..I used non-stick foil. Turn your pan upside down and line the outside of the pan. Then turn the pan right side up and the foil will be an almost perfect fit and you won't punch a hole in the corner. I will make this next time using pineapple sherbet with crushed pineapples and some pina colada mix. It should be excellent. Thank you for the recipe.
Loved it only because i am a die hard fan of anything that cloosely resembles key lime pie .I added some crushed grams with sliced almonds for garnish for some crunch..
I cut out all the fat and used FF cool whip, FF condensed milk, & FF cream cheese. Then I used rainbow sherbet for color, it was DELICIOUS...
looks and tastes like you worked real hard but easy to do . everyone loved it
This was delish! I took this to a family gathering and everyone just loved it and couldn't stop talking about it! I used the whole tub of sherbet and 2 loaf pans and made 3 layers - sherbet, filling, sherbet. It was fantastic. Will be making it again for sure!
Made it for a pre-easter cookout gathering. Very big hit. Unfortunately I did not have my loaf pans and used a regular square baking pan. I found this is not deep enough so I couldn't quite use all of the cream cheese mixture at once. I had to wait until it froze before I could put the rest on top. My advice is follow the receipe and use a loaf pan. Do not "improvise" with the pan! I also used low fat versions on the cream cheese and fat free cool whip and it worked out well. Melanie
LOVE IT!!! I've made this several times, and several different ways. Every time, I've gotten nothing but compliments! The last time I made it, it was for a baby shower, so I used raspberry sorbet (pink) instead and a little less lemon was just as good! It's been requested for my best friend's 30th birthday party tomorrow night!
The section with the cream cheese and condensed milk was much too sweet and much too heavy. I wanted this to be a light, refreshing dessert, but that was not the case. I won't make it again.
Great on hot day! We also tried with raspberry sherbet. Can also be made into individual "pops" for the kids.
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