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20 servings, 1 piece (110 g) each
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Substitute 1 pkg. (600 g) frozen whole strawberries, sliced, for the sliced fresh strawberries. Stir into jelly along with the cold water. Refrigerate 10 to 15 min. or until thickened; spoon over cream cheese layer. Continue as directed.
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I try this receipe with regular cream cheese and really did not like it.It tasted to strong.I would have liked to know that is not recomended to use regular cream cheese.
This was very easy. I didn't have any problems with the jelly. My dad is diabetic and went for seconds. I would make it again in a heart beat!
Worst dessert I have ever made. I'm sure it would taste fantastic, but I left it in the fridge OVERNIGHT and the jello is less set than it was when I added the fruit. A wonderful jello soup.
I would never make this again.