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    #fruitsalad #trifle

  • Lori Packard Keras

    Layered Summer Fruit Trifle with Creamy Lime Dressing

  • Mary Raine

    Layered Summer Fruits with Creamy Lime Dressing #food #desserts #trifle

  • Pam Stern

    Layered Summer Fruits with Creamy Lime Dressing Recipe INGREDIENTS: Creamy Lime Dressing 1 package (8 oz) cream cheese, softened 1/2 cup frozen limeade concentrate, thawed 1/4 cup powdered sugar 1 cup whipping cream, whipped Fruit 3 cups cut-up cantaloupe 1 quart strawberries, quartered 2 ripe medium mangoes, seed removed, peeled and cut up 2 cups blueberries 2 cups cut-up honeydew melon Mint leaves, if desired DIRECTIONS: 1. In medium bowl, beat cream cheese, limeade concentrate and powdered sugar with electric mixer on medium-high speed about 3 minutes or until smooth. Fold in whipped cream. Set aside. 2. In 3-quart trifle bowl, layer cantaloupe and strawberries. Spread half the cream cheese mixture over the strawberries. Layer mangoes, blueberries and honeydew over cream cheese mixture. Spread remaining cream cheese mixture on top. Garnish with mint leaves. 3. Serve immediately, or cover and refrigerate up to 2 hours before serving.

  • Emily Lamoreaux

    Layered Summer Fruits with Creamy Lime Dressing Recipe- instead of fruit salad

  • erin laurvick

    Fresh Fruit Trifle. Not hard to make but what a great presentation! Love the container!

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