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Thread: Lemon Fluff

  1. #11
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    sugar free Jello works just fine.
    Novice-for-Now....great tip on freezing the evaporated (not condensed) milk. I prefer regular evaporated milk but 2% will work.

    I had no idea the recipe started in the 50's - sheesh...this recipe is as old as I am

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    I am quite health conscious person so i always try my best to eat healthy and pure stuff.I have found that if you actually freeze the condensed milk until there are ice crystals, you will get a fluffier product when it is whipped.

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    Our family used this recipe with lime jello, lime juice, and crushed Oreo cookies. We called it "Tootie's Green Stuff". Not as fancy as "Lemon Fluff" for a name, but just as tasty.

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    Sounds yummy! I'll have to try it!
    In my quilt lab!

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