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Orange Dream Layered Squares

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Orange Dream Layered Squares recipe
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These no-bake layered squares are an orange lover's dream come true—with OJ, JELL-O Orange Flavor Gelatin and freshly grated orange zest.
30 min
3 hr 30 min
9 servings
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Made it today for lunch with friends. It was a big hit!
i made this easter sunday...and it was the best dessert i've had in a very long time...we had our widow 90 year old neighbor for easter dinner and he got the recipe from so that he can make it for a retirement home that he volunteers at...wonderful
The orange layer was extremely sweet! Way too sweet. If I ever try this recipe again I would not add the orange juice. I would try water instead. The texture was odd to this one too. I was disappointed in this recipe.
Just awful! I agree with another reviewer that the measurements must be wrong. I followed the recipe to the letter, and the topping before the cool whip mixed in was like a thick paste. I could have glued furniture with it. I made this for Easter, good thing we had plenty of desserts because I had to throw it out. I found it tasteless and unappetizing. What a waste of money. I was hoping it would taste something like a 50/50 Ice cream bar. Next time I'll just make orange jello and serve with cool whip.
Gross! Something is wrong with the measurements. I followed the recipe exactly and it turned out terrible. The layers looked nothing like the picture. The top layer was especially bad. First of all, I think it needs at least twice as much milk as called for. Just mixing the cheese, milk and pudding turned into a super thick paste; my Kitchenaide mixer was struggling...adding the cool whip didn't help much. Neither layer was light and fluffy like the picture shows. Very disappointing since I spent extra money on the name brands called for.
I made this last night to see if it would be something I would want to take to an Easter dinner. The answer is a definite yes! I only wish it was written for a 9x13 pan instead of an 8 inch pan. 9 pieces just isn't enough for something this good!
I made this for my husband. He absolutely loved it ! It was easy to make and it was one of the best desserts he has had.
This recipe is so refreshing! It tastes like a creamcicle, only better. I loved it, and will definitely make it again.
This sounds fantastic but I want to know if this would would with sugar- free jello and pudding?
Awesome. Very tasty and light too. This will be a big hit in the summer for a cool evening dessert.
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