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I made this for the last parish retreat I catered and received raves and requests for the recipe. I am catering a retreat for 60 this weekend (6/9/07) and will make it again. It's easy and came out perfect, but it looks as though I had spent hours making it. Thanks for a great recipe.
Made this in a heart-shaped pan for Valentine's Day (sorry late in reviewing), drizzled with dark chocolate sauce. Flavor was a little more sweet than fruity. Family reviews were mixed. The Cool Whip layer was unusual -- not frozen like the sherbet, but not creamy like I expected. Would try again, probably in the summer for grillage.
This was great Pam!! I made it with chocolate fudge pudding, rasp sherbert with a few strawberries on top (the only fruit I had on hand!) SO delish... I did find that the sherbert melted farely fast, maybe the gelato or sorbet would work better for me next time.
I made this for Valentines day and it was a hit. I used ff chocolate pudding, ff cool whip and Edys Slow Churned Raspberry Chip Royal. I'll be making often when the warm weather comes.
it was amazing!!!
I made this for some friends for the firs time last night and they absolutely loved it. Not only does it taste absolutely marvelous it looked like the picture which never happens to me. It was so easy I will definetly be making this again.
This was a really yummy and refreshing Gluten free dessert. Thanks it really hit the spot!!!
When serving, the sherbet layer and pudding layer melt at different rates...when the pudding part was soft enough to eat, the sherbet was still frozen. Perhaps there won't be a problem with the sorbet.
What a beautiful looking dessert! I can't wait to try this..
Made this for a gathering at my parent's house. Word is it got lots of oohs and aahs and was loved by all. We didn't even get a piece to try. I used Blue Bunny fat-free raspberry sorbet, chocolate fudge pudding, skim milk and fat-free Cool Whip. I made this Wednesday and it was served on Saturday evening. Thanks!!!