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Creamy Layered Fruit Sensation

Creamy Layered Fruit Sensation recipe
photo by:kraft
At every party there seems to be a star at the dessert table—and this creamy layered fruit bowl mixed with vanilla pudding will be it.
time
prep:
25 min
total:
2 hr 25 min
servings
total:
16 servings, 1/2 cup each
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posted:
10/29/2008
Everyone enjoyed this at the party I was at. If I make it again, I'd use fresh berries rather than frozen and mix them right into the pudding rather than layered. I wasn't overly impressed with it.
posted:
10/28/2008
I tried this out on my Sunday School class and they loved it. They said it was light and taste very good. Easy to make as well. I prepared all the ingredients but put it together at the last minute so the angel food cake wasn't too moist with the fruit. Usually none left...they loved it!
posted:
10/8/2008
vERY EASY TO MAKE AND THE FLAVOR IS DELIGHTFUL PLUS IT.S LOW CALORIE
posted:
10/5/2008
I recently made this for a birthday party, and it was gone within minutes! People taking seconds and asking for the recipe left and right. It was easy to make and looked beautiful. Oh except I did and will always use fresh berries instead of frozen.
posted:
8/15/2008
Everyone enjoys this when i make it.. I always have to pass this recipe out after words
posted:
7/28/2008
This recipe gets rave reviews each time I make it. I choose to make it with white cake mix instead of angel food cake, and regular pudding and whipped topping, (instead of the fat free/sugar free options). It adds more calories, but tastes wonderful.
posted:
7/6/2008
I didn't think the recipe called for enough milk in the pudding. The pudding just didn't go very far. My final product didn't look quite like the picture, but it still tasted and looked great. Great for fourth of july!
posted:
7/2/2008
I've made this twice and each time it turns to mush. I think it calls for too much pudding and cool whip. Flavors are ok though, texture is just mush.
posted:
6/25/2008
I make this every 4th of July for our family celebration. It is very festive and everyone raves about it!
posted:
4/28/2008
very easy to make--no baking it was very tasty. I brought it to a family gathering and they loved it. Just as good the next day
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