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Here's an easy, low-fat, strawberry dessert recipe that'll taste heavenly, but won't cost you any work at all. Our Super Strawberry Fluff combines two of our favorite fruity flavors to create an easy dessert that'll really satisfy your dessert cravings!
Servings Per Recipe: 12
May 02, 2019
Leave a comment..what is considered a serving size?.
Jun 08, 2017
What do you think about using pineapple chunks instead of crushed pineapple..... Gee
Test Kitchen Team
Jun 09, 2017
Hi there! You can make this recipe with pineapple chunks instead of crushed pineapple. Keep in mind that this may alter the Nutritional Information and this recipe may no longer be considered diabetic-friendly. Enjoy!
Apr 15, 2016
I see so many desserts, that I'd love to try, but they call for instance pudding. I cannot eat instant pudding, can cook and serve pudding be used?
Test Kitchen Team
Apr 18, 2016
Unfortunately, we cannot say if cook and serve pudding can be used in every instance where instant pudding is called for, as we haven't tried this in the Test Kitchen. If you decide to give it a try, please let us know how it works out for you. Thank you for your comment!
Feb 19, 2016
I love anything strawberry, but this looks particularly fabulous.
Jan 09, 2016
Love it! Figured I would though since I love the pineapple fluff also.
Jun 10, 2015
My husband and I love this. So easy to fix. Have made twice and didn't change a thing.
Mar 20, 2015
My husband loves strawberries and he loved this recipe. I did not care for the texture due to the inability of the Jello to completely dissolve. I still gave it 5 stars as the texture may not be an issue for anyone else.
Apr 08, 2015
If you can find strawberry pudding mix substitute for the strawberry gelatin, water and vanilla pudding. So much better without the grit from the gelatin. Just add strawberry pudding mix directly to whipped topping. However, sometimes it's next to impossible to find strawberry pudding. If you must use the strawberry gelatin, I find that if you use hot water to dissolve the gelatin you lose the grittiness. If you use hot water let it cool down before adding to the whipped topping. I usually use frozen strawberries thawed in place of the fresh strawberries. When I use the frozen I add the cold liquid from the frozen strawberries to cool down the hot gelatin. Also, if using frozen strawberries, cut down on amount of water to dilute gelatin. I also drain the pineapple and use the liquid as part of the water amount-more flavor. Hope this helps!
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