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I made this with Splenda, omitting the food coloring. I meant to make it last for two meals, but couldn't resist gobbling it up on the spot. Then the next day I was thinking of it all day and wishing I'd saved some, so I ended up making another batch and then gobbling all of that up. Ba-a-ad echo! Goo-oo-ood Paula for such a great dessert.

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echo echo April 06, 2008

This was a 1-2-3 tag for a last min Easter dessert. I had made a cake for the gents but then decided that I wanted dessert too, lol. This just hit the spot. It's very light and lemony and the perfect ending to a big holiday meal. Very easy to make. I didn't use the food coloring. Thanks Paula :D

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Annacia March 23, 2008

NICE and Light! I used Splenda, 1% milk, and Cool Whip Lite. I enjoyed it layered in between cake with fresh sliced slrawberries and topped off with lemon curd. Yum! Made for 1-2-3 hit wonders.

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Engrossed February 11, 2008

wow. This is a wonderful mousse, and little to no fat. (when i look at the details of the nutrition i think they took it as regular whipped topping not light) Fast and easy to make, the only change i made was an extra tbs of lemon juice.

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MarraMamba July 16, 2007
Light Lemon Mousse