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Substitute orange-flavored liqueur for the orange juice. Please use alcohol responsibly.
Prepare using BAKER'S Semi-Sweet Baking Chocolate. Or, substitute your favorite drained canned fruit for the sliced fresh strawberries.
Warm chocolate in the microwave on MEDIUM (50%) 15 sec. to soften slightly before grating.
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I'm a tad disappointed...this is almost the same recipe that I've been using for years from my Land o'Lakes Treasury of country Recipes cookbook that I bought in the 80's! Compare:
3 1/2 oz. vanilla instant pudding mix (direct from the box-not prepared)
1-8 oz. carton dairy sour *****
1 C. Milk
1 tsp. grated orange peel
2 C. (1 pint whi;;ing ***** - whipped
1/2 tube angel food cake, cut into bite size pieces
2 pints fresh strawberries, julled and sliced
In large mixer bowl beat at low speed: instant pudding mix, sour *****, milk and orange peel until thick and well mixed. by hand fold in whipped *****. Layer as instructed in the Kraft recipe above. I wouldn't use the orange juice - too soggy, if you want that flavor in there, use the grated orange peel instead. I make this the day before and have no problem with it maintaining it's set.
It was good! The first time I made it, it came out amazing!!! But the second time, I made it the day before I went to a party... And the cake got way too soggy! So when you do make it, make sure its the day OF the party! Enjoy!!
I served this at a Girls Night In potluck. Everyone loved it. Was short on time so, I used pound cake instead. It was a realy big hit. I plan make this again.