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I have made this several times since I found the recipe in Taste of Home magazine and agree it is to die for! I use 2% milk since that is what we typically have on hand and the Kroger brand Neufchatel cheese (which is equivalent to the Philadelphia 1/3 less fat), the Kroger value brand lemon cream filled sandwich cookies, Jello brand sugar free lemon pudding mix, Fat free Cool Whip, and I make powdered sugar out of Splenda. The first time I made this I followed the recipe to the letter, but the next time I began tweaking to make it more friendly for diabetic friends and family members. Those who have tasted it both ways swear they can't tell the difference, and neither can I. One more thing....I no longer use the 1/2 cup of butter; we all felt that it isn't needed and that it tastesbetter without it.

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cam7 June 01, 2011

OMG - I made this for Easter and it was to die for. It went faster then any of the other desserts. We got these great lemon cookies and it just made the dish.

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Ceezie April 22, 2010
Lemon Delight Trifle (Taste of Home)