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Lemon-Lime Daiquiri Layered Dessert

Lemon-Lime Daiquiri Layered Dessert recipe
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This luscious daiquiri-inspired layered dessert can be as lemony or lime-y as you like since the choices of sherbet and juice are up to you.
15 min
3 hr 25 min
12 servings
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very good, i used fat free cream cheese and light coolwhip. a light and refreshing end to an easther meal.
Easy to make,tasty as heck,a showstopper!
It defnitely did not turn out picture perfect however it was a hit with everyone who remarked that it was like an ice cream cheesecake.
I made this for the 4th of July 3 years ago, and my family has asked for it every year since! It's simple to make, delicious to eat, and very festive to look at!
I tried making it first with the foil but decided it wasn't going to work for me, so I restarted it and just put everything directly in the dish. I guess if I was worried about displaying it, I would use the foil so I could pop it out. I think it tastes pretty good and everyone enjoyed it. It's got a different flavor due to the condensed milk, but so addicting I keep eating it.
The first time I made this recipe I thought it was too sweet becaused of the condensed milk, then I tried again with half of the amount of condensed milk and it was just perfecto!!
I was so simple and absolutely delicious! I would definitly add more time to the freezing layers and would also add another layer of sherbet on the bottom. Be careful...It melts really fast. Also the tin foil is a must but take it out while it's still very frozen or you'll have a pond on your counter. DELICIOUS!!
Everyone loved it!!! My teenage daughter and her boyfriend are already begging me to make it again!!! It should definitely be frozen for more than 3 hours though - next time, I will probably make it the night before.
I made this recipe for a St. Patrick's Day potluck at work. It was a big hit. Everyone was asking for the recipe. It was so simple to make!!
I wish I had really thought about this prior to making it. The top layered tasted like a cheese cake and the bottom sherbet. I would never have those two things together. It didn't taster very good to any of us. I'm sure it will sit in my freezer until someone throws it out.
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