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10 servings, 1 piece (110 g) each
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For best results, prepare dessert with regular sweetened condensed and evaporated milks. Using low fat products can result in a softer texture.
For easy unmolding of dessert, line empty pan with plastic wrap before using to prepare dessert.
As the dessert refrigerates overnight, the wafers will soften as they absorb the milk mixture.
* Nutrition information is estimated based on the ingredients and cooking instructions as described in each recipe and is intended to be used for informational purposes only. Please note that nutrition details may vary based on methods of preparation, origin and freshness of ingredients used.
Excellent, light refreshing dessert. I would like to try it using orange juice instead of lemon juice.
I made this recipe according to the instructions. I did not substitute the evaporated milk for a lower fat version and had great success with it. The milk mixture started to thicken by the 6th tablespoon of lemon juice. I believe the key to thickening is the lemon juice and most likely the 12 hours in the fridge prior to serving. I also put it in the freezer for half an hour just before adding the Cool Whip topping. It was great and I got many compliments. Will definitely make it again.
A delicious dessert; I followed the directions to the letter because I am a beginner, but then added more wafers to soak up the excess liquid based on the other reviews. I will definitely make this again, not altering the recipe whatsoever.