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Creamy Layered Peach Squares

Creamy Layered Peach Squares recipe
photo by:kraft
Dazzle friends with fresh peaches and raspberries atop layers of graham cracker, cream cheese, more peaches and raspberry mousse. We believe this is how you whip it good.
time
prep:
30 min
total:
4 hr 30 min
servings
total:
20 servings
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posted:
8/11/2011
My family loved this recipe, it was very easy to make, It was very refreshing, I did not put the peaches on top because I thought they might turn brown after awhile , I would definitely make this again
posted:
8/10/2011
Its simply delicious & so easy to made. Children just love it..
posted:
8/8/2011
I used strawberry JELL-O instead of raspberry and the whole family loved it!
posted:
7/8/2011
its great that the recipe is in ounces, but the packages are in grams, and the instructions are in cups.... way to make it easy.... NOT!!
posted:
10/31/2010
Easy to make, and wonderfully refreshing!
posted:
10/13/2010
This was very light and fluffy. It was however, kind of bland. But,it had a wonderful taste to it. Was very easy to make.
posted:
9/1/2010
This is very good I would make this Again and Again.
posted:
8/26/2010
The actual dish was delicious... substituted light cream cheese and whipped cream, used sugar-free jello mix. Instructions were a bit unclear though! Need modifications/more details!
posted:
8/22/2010
I made this for a family cookout. It was just ok. Wont make again. Each layer by itself was good but the flavors did not blend well.
posted:
8/1/2010
This was delicious! To keep the graham cracker crust from getting soggy, I brushed it with egg whites and baked it for 5 minutes at 350 degrees. I let it cool completely before continuing. The crust stayed crispy all evening!
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