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Strawberry Freeze

Strawberry Freeze recipe
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Fresh berries in and on whipped, chilled cream cheese would have been enough. But no. We're upping the ante with a chocolate chip cookie crust. Pure heaven.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
6 hr 15 min
servings
total:
16 servings
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posted:
8/30/2006
My husband and I loved it. It was great even with substituting Cool Whip Free and Non-fat Philly. I tweaked other things as well to make it less sweet, but it turned out great!
posted:
8/27/2006
Looks Yummy
posted:
8/27/2006
ONCE AGAIN THIS TURNED OUT TO BE A SMASH FOR SUNDAY DESSERT. I CAN'T WAIT TO MAKE IT AGAIN.MY KIDS LOVED IT.(SO DID I)
posted:
8/27/2006
I had this recipe at a friend's house last summer and my entire family loved it. She passed the recipe on to me and we have tweaked it to make our favorite version: lemonade concentrate with ginger snap cookie crust. It's our favorite summer dessert!
posted:
8/23/2006
I could not find berry juice concentrate in the grocery store so I purchased berry punch and it tasted too punchy. It was still very good. It might be good to try it next time with peaches or blueberries. Good Recipe. Thank you.
posted:
8/18/2006
YUMMY
posted:
8/15/2006
Wonderful!
posted:
8/15/2006
I thought this recipe was wonderful. Easy and was great I could make it ahead and only had to put it in the frig 15 minutes before I was ready to serve it!
posted:
8/15/2006
Delicious, but very, very sweet. I only put in about 1/8 cup sugar and 8 oz. of the concentrate, but the dessert was still too sweet. next time, i will eliminate the sugar completely and perhaps add 6 oz. of concentrate. also, I crushed about 20 cookies and added some butter to create a sturdy crust. It was wonderful!
posted:
8/14/2006
I didn't like the chocolate chip cookie base next time I might use graham cracker crumbs
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