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Raspberry Summer Sensation

Raspberry Summer Sensation recipe
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Keep this stashed in your freezer while the temperature spikes outside, waiting to make an appearance at the party. Just know that this will steal all thunder from the BBQ.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
3 hr 30 min
servings
total:
12 servings
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posted:
6/24/2013
Made this tonight for a hot weather treat. It was SSOOOO GOOD!!! I was told: You WILL make it again!!! lol And I WILL!!! I tweaked the recipe just a little bit. I put a few whole raspberries in between the layers before freezing it and made a raspberry sauce(berries, sugar and cornstarch)let it cool and poured it over the top of each serving. But, I think next time, I'll cut the berries a in half. Can't wait to make this next time we have company over!
posted:
11/21/2012
this is a beautiful and impressive reciepe. I froze the fresh raspberries for 1 hour before adding them on top, brought this to work and it was gone in 30 mins! Everyone wanted the reciepe!make sure to keep it in the freezer untill the the possible minute before serving; it will melt quickly.
posted:
12/17/2010
easy and yummi
posted:
8/4/2010
My Granddaughter and I made this together for a family dinner. From ages 66+ to 14 they all loved it. Made it again 2 weeks later.
posted:
7/27/2010
I made this recipe using orange sherbert and it was DELICIOUS. Just like a creamsicle. I will certainly make it again and doing different versions. It's easy, makes a pretty presentation and versatile.
posted:
7/23/2010
it was a good combination of creamy and cold and it was simple to make
posted:
7/21/2010
This recipe was very tasty, and I will make again trying different flavors of pudding and sherbet. One thing, next time I will line the pan with plastic wrap. DO NOT USE FOIL!!! It was a disaster to get out of the pan and for some reason the pudding/cool whip mixture ate through the foil. I made this for a picnic and it was the star dessert so I had to scrape off a thin layer from the sides as it had turned black (must have been some chemical reaction with the foil). Hence the reason for only 3 stars.
posted:
7/20/2010
I have made this recipe using orange sorbet or orange sherbert and then added mandarin oranges and sometimes drained crushed pineapple too to the pudding mix. I didn't think it would make it to the table to thaw a little sometimes before it was eaten up. Reminded people of a dreamsicle.
posted:
7/9/2010
I have made this recipe twice. It is so easy to make and it is really good ! I love that it is low fat so I dont feel guilty eating it. My family loved it !! Thanks Kraft !
posted:
7/6/2010
I made this dessert with rasberry and it was loved by everyone. This year when we had our anual 4th of July party I used Lemon sorbet in place of rasberry and decorated it with lemon. Everybody asked for the recipe.
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