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Beat until stiff. ... smooth. Put half the mixture in a 9x13 pan. ... remaining mixture. Then spoon one large can of pie filling on top of mixture. Chill.
Melt butter, crush ... inch baking dish. In mixing bowl combine ... filling and nuts. Chill and serve. May be cut into squares. Serves approximately 16.
Roll graham crackers into fine crumbs. Mix crumbs together with sugar, cinnamon and butter. (Reserve some of this mixture to sprinkle over top.) Pat ...
Use milk to ... Soften cream cheese in bowl, add the confectioners' sugar and ... filling. Continue in same order. Chill 6 hours, or longer before serving.
Butter a 9 ... 350°F for 30 minutes. Cool. Add Cool Whip making high peaks, and then add the cherries. Refrigerate any leftovers. Makes 8 large servings.
Mix crust ingredients ... cheese with electric beater, add vanilla and powdered sugar. Next, mix in Cool Whip. Put in crust and cool. Top with cherries.
Put Cool Whip over the cake and fill ... side. It looks like cherries in the snow and is great to use at Christmas or Valentine's Day as it is very pretty.
Mix Dream Whip, ... Soften cream cheese in mixing bowl and ... completely. Spoon cherry pie filling over cheese mixture. Chill at least 6 hours and serve.
Mix cracker crumbs, butter and sugar. Put in 13x9 pan. Whip ... whipped cream and vanilla. Pour over crackers. Pour cherry filling on top and chill overnight.
In large bowl mix ... ingredients in punch bowl. First - cheese mixture, cake, cherry pie filling - layering until all mixtures are gone - cherry layer on top.
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