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Strawberry Cream "Cake"

Strawberry Cream "Cake" recipe
photo by:kraft
Though it looks like the diva of the dessert table, this creamy no-bake take on strawberry cake requires only 15 minutes to put together.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
3 hr 30 min
servings
total:
12 servings
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posted:
9/1/2005
This recipe was wonderful, however using the light coolwhip and sugerfree jello is even better, Also you can line the spingform with lady fingers instead oof the graham crackers and drizzle a mixture of 1/4 cup orangejuice and 1 oz of tequila, and you have a wonderful Strawberry margarita cream cake.
posted:
8/31/2005
I think I will make this one. I am interested in trying it in a new way. I may have some suggestions to help. I make a recipe like this without the crust. When making the Jell-O follow the directions on the box except use 1/2 the amount of water and the other have use ice cubes. (example if it calls for 2 cups water use 1 cup water and 1 cup ice cubes) Bring the water to a boil,remove from heat,and dissolve Jell-O pack.Add in ice. Stir until dissolved. Take out any small pieces that didn't dissolve completely. Put in a bowl and in fridge if Jell-O is still not thickened until it is. Then BLEND in whipped topping and FOLD in fruit. You don't want to stir and lose your volume. I also serve my treat in a bowl. I hope this helps.
posted:
8/31/2005
This cake didn't look anything like the picture. I have made plenty of cakes in my lifetime, but this one might have been the most dissapointing. It didn't set up and have the texture the one in the picture has. It tasted OK, but really shouldn't be called a cake. Most of it got thrown in the garbage because nobody wanted to eat it (including myself!)
posted:
8/31/2005
i use lite cool whip and sugarfree jello and i don't use the crust just put it in serving dishes. we love it both ways with crust and with out. taste good on hot day.
posted:
8/31/2005
I made this for my bosses birthday and it was a hit with everyone. Very easy to make, mine looked just like the picture! I used choc fudge syrup instead of the melted choc and brought the bottle so they could add more. They loved it!
posted:
8/31/2005
It was a pretty cake but the flavor wasn't a hit with my family, pretty bland. Sorry.
posted:
8/31/2005
I needed help from somebody with more exprience but it came out yummy!
posted:
8/30/2005
Not only is this recipe easy, but beautiful to look at. I made it for family at home, and liked it so much, I made again for a sit down dinner party I just had. No one could believe that I made it myself. They were convinced I bought it at a bakery!! Execellent
posted:
8/30/2005
What a mess... tastey but sure did not turn out like yours.
posted:
8/30/2005
I have not made it yet, but would like to for a special occasion. It looks simply divine. Also, looks easy and simple to make.
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