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Berried Delight

Berried Delight recipe
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Juicy strawberries meet creamy pudding in these crowd-pleasing no-bake dessert squares.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
4 hr 20 min
servings
total:
20 servings
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posted:
4/10/2012
I loved this dessert! So did my kids...I. Ay only use 1puddimg and half the cream cheese next time for a smaller portion...was quite large! Will definitely make this again though...a great dish to make with my 6yr old son!
posted:
4/9/2012
Actually my mom made this recipe for Easter and I thought it was quite delightful. I would highly recommend this recipe!
posted:
4/9/2012
OK so I made this receipe for Easter dinner, And I didn't have a problem with the bottom layer but the pudding layer was running. Next time I make it I will reduce the milk. when I went to serve it looked like one big glob on the plate
posted:
4/8/2012
Very good dessert and easy to make ...the only thing I would change would be a graham cracker crust instead of vanilla wafers and you could change it up by using different fruits...bananas or blueberries or peaches or etc. Was a hit for our Easter dessert...Thanks!! Keep the dessert recipes coming!
posted:
4/8/2012
This was no "delight" for me. If you like pudding on a crust, then this recipe is for you. The cream cheese layer was lost and rendered pretty much taste-less. I've made other recipes from this site which are far superior. We disliked this dessert that much that after the intial serving, the remainder went through the disposal. Extremely disappointing to say the least!
posted:
4/5/2012
It's a great recipe. My husband and kids love it, but if you're having trouble getting it out of the pan, try using parchment paper. Use 2 strips, each the width of the pan. Put one in the pan and make a crease on the edges with the back of a knife. Turn pan and put the second in so all sides of the pan are covered. Again make a crease on the edges, layer recipe in and cook. The paper doesn't burn at this temp and you have handles to lift out the dessert.
posted:
4/1/2012
I made this for a marriage retreat. EVERYONE loved it and asked for the recipe. You could add other fruits - various berries and bananas. I did double the number of wafers - you could really use the whole box - increase the butter accordingly. FABULOUS!
posted:
3/27/2012
This dessert is also great with cheesecake flavored pudding and you can use graham crackers for the crust!
posted:
3/27/2012
I LOVE LOVE this recipe. It is so refreshing and light compared to some. Sometimes I use yellow cake mix on the bottom. Then it tastes pretty similar to a dessert at an Italian restaurant I really like!
posted:
3/27/2012
This is a great recipe - however I have trouble with the crust being hard when I serve it. Does anyone have any ideas on what to do to not have this problem. It's hard to get out of the dish. Thank you.
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