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Black Forest Mousse Dessert

Black Forest Mousse Dessert recipe
photo by:kraft
With all those layers of flavor going on, serving it up in a clear bowl is a must. As always, chocolate plus cherries adds up to one delicious dessert.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
45 min
servings
total:
12 servings, 1/2 cup each
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posted:
4/14/2009
It turns out tasting great! I have only made it once, but would recommend doubling the recipe to ensure enough extra to make it look as pretty as the picture. The recipe is enough but cannot be spread out quite evenly.
posted:
2/1/2009
My husband won 1st place in the men's cook-off at church with this....what more can I say.Placed it in a "vintage" bowl I recieved 38 years ago when we were getting married and it was a great looking dish.
posted:
1/4/2009
Wonderful! Always a hit!
posted:
12/21/2008
This dessert is easy, simple, looks elegant and tastes GREAT! I like to sometimes use blueberries for a little variety!
posted:
7/20/2008
Can also make with fresh strawberries instead of cherry pie filling. Throw some blueberries on top, if you'd like, and add some patriotic flare!
posted:
7/14/2008
I have made this dessert several times. It is easy to make and my family loves it.
posted:
6/24/2008
Yummy! A keeper for sure! It has become my daughter's most requested dessert.
posted:
2/10/2008
I used fat free pudding, 1% milk, lite cherries and lite cool whip, sugar free oreo type cookies and everybody loved it, including people who do not like the sugar free stuff.. Fantastic!!!
posted:
1/17/2008
Amazing! My husband wanted me to make this instead of a cake for his birthday. We like to freeze the extra and eat it over time. I would recommend trying it frozen, it is just as good if not better.
posted:
1/10/2008
I made this for a holiday party and it was quite tasty! I doubled the recipe (except the cherry filling - I didn't want to overwhelm everyone) in order to fit it into a trifle bowl. There's no way Kraft filled that whole trifle bowl with the quantities they specify. I would definitely make this again though.
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