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Thread: I LIKE to think of this as the OLD family recipe:

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    Cool I LIKE to think of this as the OLD family recipe:

    I have had this on my refrigerator door for more years than I care to count but it always makes me smile so I thought I would share this recipe.....
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    LOL! Sounds great. I think I'll try it!
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    Now that's the way I like my strawberry short cake!!

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    I don't know, there maybe too much fruit.
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    love it. thanks for shareing
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    So I am not the only whipped cream lover out there!

    My grandson, who was talking to someone about recipes their mothers made, was told by the other person that his mother made a two ingredient dessert. His response? "Well, my Mom makes a dessert with NO ingredients!"

    He was talking about a dessert made with: NO fat, NO sugar, No calories - and NO taste!

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    So I'm probably not the only one who buys a can of whipped cream and eats it directly from the can in one sitting?

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    We buy the 3 pack of cans from Costco, and usually just stand at the kitchen counter and eat it from the can. My kids love it when I put a whipped cream "caterpillar" on their finger for them to lick off. Also love it on top of my coffee in the morning. It's one of those things that my mom NEVER purchased because it was too expensive, so it's just really fun for me to buy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tesspug View Post
    I don't know, there maybe too much fruit.
    Right!, and may need a smaller cake as well. For those who really like their Redi Whip this would be a great recipe. My DB would love this recipe. I personally don't care at all for strawberries, nor any type of whip, not even real whip cream, I'm just not a whip person, but I think this is a neat recipe. Thanks for sharing a good morning laugh!

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