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Low-Fat Raspberry Summer Sensation

Low-Fat Raspberry Summer Sensation recipe
photo by:kraft
A lightened-up version of a summertime favorite that’s so cool and refreshing, you'll be happy the warm evenings last so long.
15 min
3 hr 25 min
12 servings
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This is an absolutely amazing dessert! I absolutely hate CoolWhip, but this mixture is great! I used Strawberry Sorbet instead of raspberry. Hagen-Daz has a wide variety of flavors to try. I also mashed fresh strawberries with a little sugar for the topping. Super easy, great for BBQ's and summer parties! I wonder if it would work as a popcicle in a cup on a stick? Maybe I will try that next!
This is just THE BEST dessert especially for summer, but for all year round too!! Very easy to make! I've made the raspberry, an orange and a lemon, fat/sugar free and 'regular'. Everyone BEGGED me for the recipe! Truly a wonderful dessert!!
i made this recipe a few minutes ago, the pudding mixture with the milk and cool whip was not smooth and creamy as shown in the video ,i whisked the pudding with milk and it became very thick then added in the coolwhip and it still didnt come out creamy i will try this recipe again but i dont think i will whisk for two minutes like sugested and add more coolwhip instead of one cup and more milk.
I made this dish last Easter and it was a huge hit. Finally found it again so I will be making it tomorrow for Mother's Day. I'm going to try White Chocolate pudding so we will see how that goes
Eating plain fresh raspberries is a more pleasant experience. The raspberry sorbet plus vanilla pudding was too sweet and didn't blend well with the fresh raspberries. I would prefer this with just the vanilla pudding mixed with cool whip and/or fat free vanilla yogurt. No sorbet needed. It did look very nice on the plate and that was what attracted me to try it in the first place. My family wasn't crazy about this one either. THank you for the good idea though.
Great spring dish. I'm making it again for Easter.
This was a big hit for the Valentines, had no left overs!! I think if we could spray with non stick spray the dessert could look more clean when we take it out, however neatly you try to insert the aluminium foil it does crumple and leaves those marks to the dessert.Hopefully Kraft kitchens can answer me if the above solution is ok to try cause I do not want to mess it.
I used sugar free lemon instant pudding instead of the vanilla, makes for a nice, tart contrast. I drizzled a little raspberry jam over the sorbet before adding the pudding layer. I also drizzled more jam on the pudding layer and used a knife to swirl the jam into the pudding. Makes it look really pretty. I served with fresh raspberries and a little more jam drizzled on top. Yum!
excellent,actually followed the directions completely.Very good and froze the leftovers and they were excellent also.
Unfortunately for this recipe we had already tried the oreo fudge ice cream cake and now all others seem inferior!!! However, this cake was very light and summery - it is for the sophisticated pallet. My spouse and I loved it, but my son (12) was disappointed and wanted chocolate - go figure. Next time, however, I may add raspberries to the cream as well as before serving as the fresh tart raspberries added a little zing.
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