Made this for a family get-together along with traditional Bisquick shortcake - everyone loved it! Most of the crew had this instead of the other! Would definitely make this again.
When i took the first bite of this, it just meltted in my mouth. This strawberry shortcake is the best i have ever tasted in my whole life.
This is a GREAT cake. We loved it!
Wow!! This was so easy and incredibly delicious. Thanks for a great recipe. My family was very impressed.
This was quick and easy to make. I served it to a group ranging in age from 22 months to 54 years. It was a hit with everyone. Several people had seconds! A keeper in my book! Thanks for sharing.
This was soooooo good and soooo easy. I had to take a dish to a picnic this past weekend so I threw this one together. Normally, I hate angelfood instead of the bisquick biscuits...but THIS...was awesome. I took the advise of others and used 1 1/3 blocks of cream cheese, about 1 & 1/3 cups of powdered sugar and a whole tub plus a big spoonful of coolwhip. I also used 2 9 oz. angel foodcakes and just tore them up. After I took it out of the fridge, I spead the rest of the cool whip on top and then cup into squares. It was perfect. Thanks for the GREAT recipie. This one is a keeper.
I doubled the whole recipe and put it in a 8 1/2 x 11 inch glass pan. It filled the pan nearly to the top. I put fresh whipped cream on top and then I put the strawberries. Everyone enjoyed it, and I didn't have any problem getting it out of the pan. Thanks Inez, I really do think you should adopt me, I would love it. (And, by the way, I do housework!)
This recipe is fabulous! I had no trouble cutting the cake into squares to serve (as mentioned in other reviews). I also tried doubling the recipe the 2nd time I made it. For those wishing thicker servings (more cake height) this is the answer. It also feeds more this way, and believe me, people ask for more! I plan to use this all summer with different fruits as they are in season. Very simple and delicious make ahead dessert. Thanks Inez!
Great dessert! Tastes wonderful and is so easy. Have made it a few and it’s been a hit EVERY time (even with superbowl fans) I have changed the assembly method slightly. I, too serve it in a trifle bowl. I was having lousy luck cutting my anglefood cake into cubes and mixing it into the cream. Now I cut the anglefood cake in half lengthwise, and have a perfect round base to start layering the trifle. Next I do the strawberries and then the cream. Repeat the layers and end with fresh, whole strawberries. From the side, the layers look great. Nice and neat (because I’m not usually a “neat” dessert maker!) ~B
I made this for Father's Day and it was a big hit. You need to make more of the strawberry sauce, though. I now keep angel food cake in my freezer so I can whip this up anytime. A great dessert for a summer evening. Thanks, Inez!