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Try This Easy Dessert Recipe for the 4th of July!

Posted by SuperMomSurveys on June 30, 2011 at 2:20 PM

I saw this dessert recipe on a cooking show on PBS about a year or two ago and it's delicious!  The berries make it a great addition to a Fourth of July celebration!  It tastes light and fresh, yet very flavorful!  It's so easy to make.  We love it so much I thought I'd share it with ya'll!

Note:  You can use any variety of berries you like...we like the strawberries and blueberries, especially for the 4th of July 8)


1 Pound Cake (like you buy in the frozen food section at your grocery store)

1 Carton of Strawberries, chopped in halves or quarters

1 Carton of Blueberries

A few Raspberries

Knock-off Custard--Combine 1 Box of Vanilla Instant Pudding Mix with 1 Cup Milk and 1 Cup Cool Whip. Stir until well blended.


1.)  Carefully slice Pound Cake into 3 layers.

2.)  Combine chopped Strawberries and Blueberries in a bowl and set aside.

3.)  Put bottom layer of Pound Cake on a pan, (I use the pan the Pound Cake came in).

4.)  Spread 1/3 of the Knock-off Custard on top of the layer of Pound Cake.

5.)  Layer 1/3 of the berries on top of Custard.

6.)  Repeat with the remaining 2 layers of Pound Cake.

7.)  I like to add a few Blackberries or Raspberries on the top layer.

8.)  Cover with foil and store in the fridge.

Categories: From Me to You, June 2011

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