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Creamy Layered Fruit Sensation

Creamy Layered Fruit Sensation recipe
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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:
6/12/2006
This was very good and a nice refreshing dessert for the summer months. Everyone had seconds including me. I only used one bag of frozen berries and thought that was enough because I didn't want the cake to get to soggy.
posted:
6/1/2006
Easy to make and wonderful! I used Fat Free / Sugar Free Puddings and Cool Whip Free & it was fabulous! Making it again by request!
posted:
5/11/2006
I have made this at least 3 times in the last 2 months and for me and my boyfriend (who is anti diet anything) it's one of our favorite dishes. Just watch your serving sizes as you'll easily surpass the 100 Calories in a 1/2 cup.
posted:
5/5/2006
I made this recipe for Mother's day and it was a success. Everyone loved it. In fact when it came time to make my brother a birthday cake he requested this instead. We found this dessert to be very healthy and so very tasty. Try it for yourself and I am sure you will agree. Thank You Kraft Foods. Ruth
posted:
5/2/2006
My teenage son loved it. It makes a large batch and they ate it in less than a day!
posted:
4/12/2006
I cheated and used regular instant vanilla pudding, regular cool whip and 2%milk as that was what I had at home. Very Very Tasty. Took it to a potluck everyone loved it and asked for the recipe. I was going to make a cheesecake for Easter, my husband asked for this recipe. Thanks very tasty
posted:
4/12/2006
This was Great! I used black berries and red raspberries because that is all I could fine and it was wonderful. A healthy alternative to desserts high in fat!
posted:
3/28/2006
This recipe is DEEE-LISH! I have made it several times, but now I'm wondering if anyone can tell me if this is diabetic friendly since it has such little sugar? I want to make this for some of my diabetic relatives.
posted:
3/23/2006
I could not find mixed berries, so I used mixed fruit which included peaches, mangoes, pinapples, strawberries, and grapes. Still turned out to be a good dessert.
posted:
3/15/2006
This was a hit for a potluck at work. I will try it again with fresh berries instead of frozen. Quick and easy.
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