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    • Melisa Caparelli

      great dessert for 4th of July or Memorial day!!! The stars are made from a Sara Lee pound cake and a cookie cutter!

    • Lori Stephenson

      4th of July Trifle- The stars are made from a Sara Lee pound cake and a cookie cutter! Make a simple dessert so cute!!

    • Ashley Todd

      Fourth of July Trifle - the stars are slices of Sara Lee pound cake cut with cookies cutters. (The link is to a recipe for strawberry jam.)

    • Denise Selleck

      4th of July Trifle Recipe - The stars are from a Sara Lee pound cake cut with a cookie cutter.

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