No Bake Strawberry Shortcake Totally-Foolproof!

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This strawberry shortcake dessert recipe is sure to become your favorite because it’s the easiest strawberry shortcake recipe for a crowd that you will ever make. This dessert recipe is perfect when you need something for a group of people, and something that looks good too. This strawberry shortcake dessert recipe has layers of pudding, whipped cream, and strawberries, and is sure to be loved by everyone who tries it. This strawberry shortcake recipe is a no-bake dessert. With ingredients such as vanilla pudding, a whipped topping, Golden Oreos, and strawberries. The nice thing is that there are loads of fresh strawberries, so you can feel good about serving it to your guests. This easy dessert recipe is foolproof, just a few layers and a few ingredients and this strawberry shortcake dessert recipe is ready to go. The shortcake for this dessert recipe comes from the crushed Golden Oreos. Shortbread would also be amazing if you have the time. To make the shortcake for this dessert recipe simply crush the Oreo cookies and line the pan with them. Then mix up some instant vanilla pudding. You can use sugar-free pudding if you like, or use some lemon or cheesecake flavor. Fold in the whipped topping, and layer the mixture with a pound of fresh strawberries. Then top the whole dessert recipe with some more whipped topping and more crushed cookies. The hardest part is waiting for this dessert recipe to set. It doesn't get much better than this strawberry dessert recipe; it might just become one of your holiday favorites.

This layered, lush no-bake dessert recipe is filled with cream and strawberries. This is the perfect dessert recipe when you are having guests as it can serve a lot depending on the size you cut the pieces. This layered and lush dessert recipe is layered with cream and strawberries. For this strawberry dessert recipe, you will need instant vanilla pudding, nonfat milk, vanilla extract, Golden Oreos or another vanilla type of flavored cookie or graham crackers, unsalted butter, Cool Whip Topping, and fresh strawberries.

It's no surprise that strawberries are one of the most popular fruits, with their sweet, juicy flavor, these berries not only taste good but are healthy for you too. Strawberries are an excellent source of folate. Which makes strawberries an important part of your diet, because inadequate amounts of folate in the aging population can contribute to atherosclerosis, a vascular disease and even a decline in cognitive function. So you want to stock up and use berries either fresh or added to your dessert recipes and smoothie recipes. Medications used for conditions like rheumatoid arthritis can deplete the folic acid in the body, so you want to stock up on strawberries to help replenish. Strawberries could help reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. A 2013 study that was published in Circulation found that women who ate three or more servings of strawberries and blueberries in a week reduced their risk of heart attack by about 32 percent. And on tops of folic acid strawberries have more than enough vitamin C. Strawberries contain more than 100 percent of your daily recommended intake of vitamin C in just a one cup serving. Strawberries are high in antioxidants. Strawberries contain anthocyanins, which is a powerful antioxidant that helps to protect you from the damaging effects of the environment, especially the sun. The antioxidant power of the anthocyanins that are found in strawberries lasts up to 24 hours after consumption, which makes them a great defence against free radical damage.

You will find this strawberry shortcake dessert recipe on the Crazy For Crust recipe site. On the site, you will find cake recipes, dessert recipes, no-bake recipes, savory recipes, holiday recipes and more. **

Nutrition Facts of the No Bake Strawberry Shortcake Dessert from Crazy for Crust
Ingredients: Vanilla instant pudding, nonfat milk, vanilla extract, Golden Oreos, unsalted butter, cool whip topping, fresh strawberries.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet. * The entire recipe has been calculated for 10 servings. *Per Serving: Calories 282, Calories from Fat 142, Total Fat 15.8g 24%, Saturated Fat 9.8g 49%, Cholesterol 7mg 2%, Sodium 195mg 8%, Potassium 181mg 5%. Carbohydrates 33.1g 11%, Dietary Fiber 1.6g 6%, Sugars 23.8g, Protein 3.3g, Vitamin A 4%, Vitamin C 45%, Calcium 6%, Iron 7%

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