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Old 09-12-2004, 10:30 PM   #21
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Strawberry Bavarian Cream

Going into my Betty Crocker Cookbook I have found a
Strawberry Bavarian Cream.
1 -10 oz frozen sliced strawberries, thawed (many times I use fresh sliced sprinkled with sugar)
1 cup boiling water
1 -3oz pkg strawberry flavored gelatin
1 cup chilled whipping cream
Drain strawberries, reserving syrup. Pour boiling water over gelatin in bowl, stirring until gelatin is dissolved. Add enough cold water to reserved syrup to measure 1 cup; stir into dissolved gelatin. Chill until almost set.

In chilled bowl, beat cream until stiff. Beat gelatin until foamy. Fold gelatin and strawberries into whipped cream.

Pour into 1 quart mold. Can serve directly from container or unmolded.
You will find that the sliced frozen strawberries leave very little in the way of chunks, they really break down.

Hope this may be what you are looking for. It goes back many, many years.
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Old 09-14-2004, 07:49 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by clara
dear cookinblondie
Was the filling a little mousse like? or was it pudding like?
I am a chef by trade and I beleive we can get very close to your grandma's fluff, the bottom sounds pretty straight forward but the rest sounds confusing, or should I say, a little bit of a mistery to me!!
do you think that there was dairy products in it? or just the fruit?
was it glazed? think about it, truth is we might get to the same strawberry fluff but it will probably never taste like your grandmother's, true?
truly,
clara, NSW, Australia. :?
I know for sure that it wasn't glazed, and it was more mousse like. Thanks clara!
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