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Strawberry Margarita Squares

Strawberry Margarita Squares recipe
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Love a frozen margarita? This one takes the cake. A strawberry, lime juice and cream cheese filling tops a pretzel crust for a perfect way to chill out.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
6 hr 15 min
servings
total:
16 servings
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posted:
8/7/2004
All I had were blueberries, so I used them instead of strawberries and it tasted wonderful. I also made an oreo crust, since I was out of pretzels. Fat free whipped topping helps keep the calories low. This recipe gives you some room to play around. I'll bet fresh peaches would be good, maybe pineapple.. Mmmmm
posted:
8/7/2004
It's very good! I used 1/4 of the lime juice and 1/2 of the whip cream. Also put sugar on the crust and baked it for 5 minutes. I'll make it again any time.
posted:
8/7/2004
made this for a luncheon at work. it was the last dessert there and the first to go. very light and refreshing.
posted:
8/6/2004
I tried this receipe last night so I could share with my co-workers and they loved it. I used a graham cracker crust instead of the pretzel crust. Thanks for the receipe.
posted:
8/6/2004
You usually list the serving size, carbs, etc. As someone with a diabetic daughter, I rely on those!! PLease keep those with your recipes! <<< Response from Kraft Kitchens Expert, Mary ~ This recipe is in the process of getting Nutritional Information attached to it. >>>
posted:
8/6/2004
this recipe is very tasty and very easy to make I have also changed the fruit in it on occasion the pretzel crust is alot simpler than graham cracker crust!!
posted:
8/6/2004
With fat-free Cool Whip, artificially sweetened condensed milk, and a margarine with no trans fats, it's not only delicious, it's good for you too!
posted:
8/6/2004
Haven't tried doing this recipe but looks yummy and worth serving to friends and guests. Although, I still need to look for a store selling Cool Whip. It may be expensive making it here in this part of the world but it could be worth it.
posted:
8/5/2004
I loved the food and so did my family and a boy i love
posted:
8/5/2004
I haven't made it yet. I thought about a graham cracker crust. It would be even sweeter. When I do make it I think I will use a graham cracker crust
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