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Old 07-04-2005, 03:02 PM   #11
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Here's a quick and easy

Strawberry Yum

16 oz strawberries - frozen or fresh; cut up
1 tub Dreamwhip
1 small package strawberry Jello
2 Tb lemon juice
1 Angelfood Cake cut in cubes or torn into bite size pieces.

Thaw the strawberries if frozen - if they weren't frozen w/sugar add some sugar and allow to drain reserve liquid. If fresh, sprinkle w/ sugar and allow to sit about 20 minutes then drain reserving the liquid.

To the Jello add 1 C hot water to desolve. Combine reserved strawberry liquid + lemon juice + water to make 1 cup, add to the Jello. Chill until nearly set but still stirrable.

Mix the Angelfood cake, strawberries, Jello and DreamWhip - do not overmix.


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Old 07-04-2005, 04:39 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by sk8boarder1414
Awesome nice to meet you guys too! I'm now trying to bake my first thing but I have to find a good recipe for a cheescake preferabbly strawberry ( I dont liek the chocolate ones) lol.
Welcome, here are some mini cheesecake recipes which are fun to make and very portable for taking to a potluck or party.


ISO No Bake Mini Cheesecake Recipe

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Old 07-04-2005, 09:43 PM   #13
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Yo! Welcome to the board/party/smilefest!

Ya know whats cool? The fact that you two are 15 and are into cooking/baking. If ya stick with it, you can be an Executive Chef by the time you're 30!!!!

God, I wish I started when I was 15....


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