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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:
6/28/2005
This is a great summer desert, everyone at my party asked for the recipe. I will surely make this again. It takes 5 minutes to make and all you have to do after that is stick it in the freezer, how easy is that?
posted:
6/26/2005
the next time i make it, i'm going to try it with strawberry sorbet, and strawberries! this is really easy to make! i also used vanilla rice milk instead of regular milk.
posted:
6/26/2005
this is great! I made 2 different ones, I made the raspberry one and I made a lemon one using lemon sorbet and cheesecake pudding and pie mix. You could make any flavors you want and everyone loved them.
posted:
6/23/2005
I just finished making the recipe and it is currently chilling. Once it freezes I will be adding a choc bottom layer by melting 1 cup of Choc chips with 2 Tbsp shortening in the microwave (stirring frequently--otherwise it will burn) and placing back in the freezer for 15 minutes. I know that it is going to decrease the nutritional value of the recipe but whats a girl's night with out chocolate dessert. I will let you know how it goes over!
posted:
6/20/2005
This dessert was fantastic!!!! It was very simple to make and very refreshing and delicious. A perfect dessert for the summer.
posted:
6/16/2005
It was difficult to impossible to find raspberry sorbet or sherbet, so I used what I could find-orange/raspberry/pineapple sherbet, which turned out fine, but I agree---the pudding does not soften before the sherbet is almost liquid! Still yummy, however!
posted:
6/16/2005
Very easy to make, but somewhat difficult to eat. The pudding layer becomes frozen harder than the sherbert layer, so it's a good idea to leave it set in your dessert dishes about 15 min. before trying to eat. Very yummy, though, and low in fat & calories if you use sugar free pudding mix, skim milk, fat and free cool whip.
posted:
6/15/2005
I made this recipe 5 times in 3 days using different combinations; raspberry sherbet with lemon instant pudding and orange sherbet with vanilla instant pudding. I got rave reviews from over 20 people who tried it and ended up with a request to forward the recipe to almost all of them! Very easy to make, great tasting!
posted:
6/15/2005
VERY EASY TO MAKE AND A DELIGHT TO EAT. MY HUSBAND AND GRANDCHILDREN LICKED THEIR PLATES IT WAS SO YUMMY. I DID NOT PUT FRUIT ON THE TOP INSTEAD I ADDED A DOLIP OF COOL WHIP. I USED SUGAR FREE PUDDING AND LIGHT COOL WHIP.
posted:
6/14/2005
I was very happy with this recipe. My family loved it. Does anyone have a suggestion for transporting this without it melting?
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