Strawberry Goop

Strawberry Goop created by Tona C.

In case you're wondering, the picture shows a variation on this recipe. For lack of a better name, I'll just call it "Peach Goop" -- I made it for our daycare children in order to avoid possible allergies to strawberries. I used peach Jell-O and diced up canned peaches. The kids loved it. Sugar free and fat free products can be used instead of full fat products if lower calorie dessert is desired. From the kitchen of Michele Harvey Thornburg, Moberly MO.

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2hrs 20mins
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  • Mix the milk and pudding. Mixture will be thick.
  • Add 2 cups of ice cream (or yogurt or sour cream) to the pudding-milk mixture.
  • Break up the angel food cake.
  • Spread the mixture on top of the broken-up angel food cake; mix well.
  • Heat 1 cup of water until it's boiling.
  • Dissolve the Jell-O in the water.
  • Add the strawberries to the Jell-O mixture.
  • Pour the strawberry/Jell-O mixture over the cake.
  • Refrigerate for at least 2 hours.
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"In case you're wondering, the picture shows a variation on this recipe. For lack of a better name, I'll just call it "Peach Goop" -- I made it for our daycare children in order to avoid possible allergies to strawberries. I used peach Jell-O and diced up canned peaches. The kids loved it. Sugar free and fat free products can be used instead of full fat products if lower calorie dessert is desired. From the kitchen of Michele Harvey Thornburg, Moberly MO."

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    In case you're wondering, the picture shows a variation on this recipe. For lack of a better name, I'll just call it "Peach Goop" -- I made it for our daycare children in order to avoid possible allergies to strawberries. I used peach Jell-O and diced up canned peaches. The kids loved it. Sugar free and fat free products can be used instead of full fat products if lower calorie dessert is desired. From the kitchen of Michele Harvey Thornburg, Moberly MO.
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