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Low-Fat Raspberry Summer Sensation

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A lightened-up version of a summertime favorite that’s so cool and refreshing, you'll be happy the warm evenings last so long.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
3 hr 25 min
servings
total:
12 servings
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posted:
6/26/2005
I thought the pudding/cool whip layer was delicious. It's a very light dessert and hard to believe it's low fat and low calorie. the only problem is that the sorbet layer melts faster than the pudding layer.
posted:
6/24/2005
This recipe is good but I didn't really care too much for the whip cream. I would like to try this receipe with french vanilla ice cream for the bottom layer, vanilla pudding in the middle and rasberry sherbet on top.
posted:
6/24/2005
Was very good and would make a nice dessert for a small dinner party. Everyone loved it!
posted:
6/24/2005
well i made this recipe tonight and it was awesome... i would make this again and even try different fruit flavors... everyone enjoyed it... and it was only 1 gram of fat which is amazing....
posted:
6/23/2005
WOW!!!!!!
posted:
6/23/2005
It was wonderful! I used the new fat-free cheescake flavored pudding and it worked out really well.
posted:
6/22/2005
You can use sugar free sorbet, sugar free pudding, skim milk, and fat free cool whip! I also made this with orange sherbet for the kids!
posted:
6/22/2005
Very refreshing after a long day in the garden, and it's so easy to make!
posted:
6/21/2005
This is also refreshing. The raspberry and vanilla jell-o make a good combination. Everyone loved it. So easy to make.
posted:
6/21/2005
Mine became known as Pink Mush because we didn't pay attention to how hot it was in the kitchen while thawing. But it tasted wonderful and still had some resemblance to the provided picture. Will definitely try it again since it was so easy to prepare.
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