By Julie B's Hive on January 08, 2008
Photo by **Jubes**
Photo by **Jubes**
"From my My Great Recipes, using frozen strawberries, this is one of my favorite summertime treats. One hour in the freezer for best results."
Serving Size: 1 (137 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 8
"I enjoyed this not only because it's a frozen dessert, but also because it uses frozen strawberries which are available even in the colder months! This recipe is great ~ easy to make & the dessert tastes great! I didn't have fresh strawberries for the top, so used banana slices ~ Nice!! [Tagged, made & reviewed for Cupid's Choice Beverage Tag game]"
"Reviewed for AUs/NZ Forum Recipe Swap October 2010- Great recipe. Both my daughters want to give you 10 stars...so that's 5 stars from me and twnty from my girls :lol: I used a blended gluten-free flour and added in about 1/4 cup almond meal to make this recipe gluten-free suitable. TUrned out perfectly. An easy recipe and tasted great. a dessert worthy of serving ata dinner party and great that it can even be made days in advance. I left ours in the freezer for about three hours.....it needed a little longer (as you can see from the photo)....but we couldn't wait any longer to taste this very yummy dessert. 2nd day- definitely nicer more frozen. Photo has been posted also"
"Absolutely wonderful. :) This is tasty and easy, and best of all, it's ready when unexpected company arrives. I tasted the mixture before adding the whipped cream, and loved how strong the strawberry taste was. It was slightly 'diluted' after adding the cream, but no less delicious. However, I think I may increase the strawberry amount just to give it a stronger taste. Thanks so much Julie. I love 'ready' desserts, and this is at the top. Made for the Auzzie/NZ Recipe Swap #34"
"This was one of my mother's favorite summertime desserts! She called it "Mile High Strawberry Pie". I made it a few weeks ago as directed and it was as delicious as I remember! I'm going to try it again, soon, using a frozen berry blend of blackberries, raspberries and blueberries. I'll bet it will be just as good!"
"Very tasty! I made this to use up some local strawberries from our farmers market that were about to turn. I had to make some substitutions, but they turned out very well! I used almonds instead of pecans, which turned out great because I prefer almonds to pecans anyways! I also had to use Cool Whip instead of real whipped cream. When I make this again, I will try to use the true whipped cream. I did find my version a tad on the sweet side, so using the "real thing" will likely help with that. Overall it was a hit with my family - thanks for posting!"
"Yummy! This was such a easy and delicious dessert that was perfect for Summer. I really liked how it was not too sweet and I liked the contrast of the light filling with the buttery crumble. Instead of using walnuts I used pecans since I really like pecans. Instead of baking the crumble on a cookie sheet I just baked it in the 9 by 13 pan and only topped the top with a 1/2 cup of the crumble. My Dad told me that this was the best dessert I've made the whole Summer! Thanks for the great recipe!!!"
"Great recipe! Easy and quickto prepare. I made this for Sunday dinner and got great reviews, then I made it a few days later for a BBQ. Everyon was begging for the recipe. Thanks for this posting Julie B's Hive."
"My family has been making this for decades. It's amazingly good."
"Tagged for Bev Tag 2008. I love the simplicity of making this recipe. I liked that all ingrediants are readily available and of course bought a quart of just brought to the store fresh strawberries for the topping. The texture of the crust is light and crumbly so have a napkin. The filling is great, loved the flavor combination. I can see sme versatility in this with other berries, a little chocolate fudge drizzled across the top, possibilities are endless. YUMMMMM better than ice cream."
"I made a half recipe using a 9 inch pan. I used some light Cool Whip since I didn't have whipping cream on hand. It worked beautifully!"
"would like to try it but am hesitant to do so due to raw egg whites."
"This is such a wonderful dessert, we grew up with this as my moms staple for potlucks and picnics. The only difference between this recipe and hers is she that didnt use nuts and used cool whip instead of whipped cream. This treat was known as "Strawberry Cloud" at our house, and it's just as delicious today as it was back then."
"I loved it. So easy. I served this to my guests and everyone had seconds or thirds. Even my husband who does not like desserts had seconds. I used pecans instead of walnuts and it came out great."
"Loved this recipe. Everybody really liked it. It reminded me so much of strawberry icecream. I used a ready made graham cracker crust instead of the crust in the recipe and it worked fine. I would like to try this using blueberries instead of strawberries. I can't help but think it would be good too."
"Delicious...this is a great summer treat!"
"I really liked the filling, but the crust/topping wasn't for us. I'm glad we tried it though, thanks for posting."