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Lemon-Raspberry Mousse Squares

Lemon-Raspberry Mousse Squares recipe
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You'll be walking on air with a square of cream cheese and fruity Jell-O Gelatin whipped up fluffy as a cloud. A totally unique, totally refreshing dessert.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
4 hr 15 min
servings
total:
12 servings
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posted:
4/11/2010
This was very easy and very yummy. It received rave reviews from my family and coworkers. The lemon Jello seemed overwhelming at first but it mellows out as it rests.
posted:
4/11/2010
i loved this recipy and also did my family ill try this again
posted:
4/6/2010
WOW!!! My husband took 2 bites and told me this rates with his 2 favorite desserts: cream puffs and napoleons!!! This is a very great compliment, and I can assure anyone who tries this they will love it! It so very refreshing and easy to make. It would be excellant for company as well as all families. Thanks for the great recipe!! Sue
posted:
4/5/2010
my aunt made this for easter, it was delicious! its a keeper for my box!!!
posted:
4/5/2010
I made this recipe for TWO Easter dinners at different homes and received rave reviews. One home had four other desserts and three of those four were not touched but they practically licked the platter this dessert was served on. No leftovers.
posted:
4/4/2010
This was marvelous. I used light whipped topping and reduced fat vanilla wafers.
posted:
3/30/2010
I made this recipe with light whipped cream, and low fat wafers. My husband said it was the best dessert I've ever made. I don't know why people rate this recipe poorly, if you follow the instructions you shouldn't have a problem. The texture and the flavor was great
posted:
3/24/2010
I topped this with frozen raspberries since I couldn't find fresh in March at my local store. I made a cooked topping and sweetened it with some of the jam that went inside. Even sweetened, the raspberries were tart and when combined with the lemon the entire dessert was very tart. This is the first dessert my kids didn't like!
posted:
3/24/2010
You can substitute low-fat sugar-free items if you are concerned about the calories. I have made one similar to this by putting a cookie in the bottom of a lined muffin tin, top with sugar-free pudding, then top with whipped cream, chopped fruit, nuts or coconut. Delicious, especially for a large group! You can use a lot of different flavors and toppings for this one. Great basic recipe. I hope you will try several different combinations to find one you really like. =^..^=
posted:
3/24/2010
you can use low fat vanilla wafers, I did. you can alos make individual sized cakes, using your cupcake tins, and the paper liners - place 1 cook rounded side up in the botom and layer like in recipe. they keep better too.
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