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Frosty Orange Creme Layered Dessert

Frosty Orange Creme Layered Dessert recipe
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Your guests will never guess that this stunning dessert takes just 15 minutes to prepare!
time
prep:
15 min
total:
3 hr 15 min
servings
total:
12 servings
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posted:
9/15/2009
So yummy. Made it for my mom who loves orange dreamsicles and her first words were, "It taste just like a dreamsicle!" Didn't change a thing.
posted:
9/9/2009
Loved it!! My husband says that this is one of his favorite desserts.
posted:
9/8/2009
great recipe. everyone liked it. i did modify the 2nd time making. added around 1/3 c powder sugar to the cream mixture, added a 2nd layer of sherbert, and botton layer of angel food cake slices. hopefully this will cut down on the richness. my kids want a chocolate version which i will alter sherbert for cookies n cream ice cream, substitute the orange juice with coco syrup.
posted:
9/8/2009
I would but would modify it...the layer with the condensed milk was too rich I would add more sherbet and less of the second layer...the second layer overwhelmed the dessert
posted:
9/7/2009
I love this dessert! I have made it several times for different events/groups of people and everyone loved it. As is, the recipe is very rich. The last time I made it I used 2 pans, added more orange sherbert to each, and then the creme to each pan (so it was more like 1/2 sherbert, 1/2 creme) Having more sherbert in the slice made it less rich, and likewise less fattening, which was great...plus I stretched the recipe into two desserts.
posted:
9/6/2009
I made this recipe but decided to add some mandarin orange slices to the creamy layer. I forgot they were going to freeze. It made for an interesting twist when eating it. I won't add fruit to it when I make it again.
posted:
9/3/2009
This desert is so easy to make and tastes like a creamsicle. And it's so refreshing with a little bit of richness. Luscious!!!!
posted:
9/2/2009
I made this and it was a big hit. Was thinking about adding a can of drained crushed pineapple to creamy layer next time - has anyone tried this?
posted:
9/2/2009
With some modification I made for my diabeteas using splenda It was a wonderful Dessert
posted:
9/2/2009
I have rated this recipe twice -- why does the slogan of not having rated the recipe yet appear!
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