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Low-Fat Raspberry Summer Sensation

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A lightened-up version of a summertime favorite that’s so cool and refreshing, you'll be happy the warm evenings last so long.
15 min
3 hr 25 min
12 servings
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Very nice!
I made this recipe for a birthday cake, but instead of putting it in a loaf pan I put it in a 8" round pan. I then made a angle food cake in a fluted bundt pan. When I was ready to serve, I sliced the angle food cake and placed it on the cake plate in a circle and then placed the frozen dessert on top. I then garnished with the raspberries. It looked like a flower. It tasted delicious and looked pretty. My family loved it.
i had a hard time finding the jello mix at the store and it was very hard to mix into the batter. i like the diversity of mixing flavors. i tried again with orange sherbert and vanilla jello. tasted just like a 50/50 bar!
This recipe was very refreshing for summer. A hint for making it look a little more professional: after removing it from the mold, run a butter knife under warm water and spread over the creases from the foil for a smoother appearance!
I made this with raspberry sherbert as listed in the suggestions. The sherbert melted before we could even get a spoon into the cool whip/pudding mixture. This had a good flavor, but maybe the sorbet/sherbert could be frozen and the coolwhip/pudding mixture spooned on top?
The look was awesome for my Mother's Day Brunch. This was very yummy except I felt it had to much pudding/cool whip. Next time I'll double the sorbet and half up the pudding/cool whip combo.
I made this around the holidays and my sister wanted onefor her bday i think it would be best served in the summer time but instead of reasberrys i used strawberries
Sorbet and cool whip mixture didn't come to the same consistency. Sorbet melted before we could eat the cool whip/pudding mixture. Next time will freeze the cool whip mixture, defrost to the correct consistency, then put a scoop of sorbet on top before serving.
This was great. Even my picky eater kids loved this dessert. My husband didn't even know it was healthy and low fat either!
Super easy and healthy too! My coworkers thought it was delicious!
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