|Cool Coyote Cafe Juice Drinks|
|by John Harrisson|
Inspired by traditional south-of-the-border recipes, the Coyote Cafe's exotic drinks are wildly colorful, easy to make, and healthful.
Results 1 - 10 of 337 for cream cheese cool whip strawberry desserts
Mix graham crackers ... inch pan. Beat cream cheese and milk until ... hours 55 minutes (includes refrigeration) Yield 20 servings. One piece is 110g each
Make in an ... strawberries, bananas and Cool Whip gently. In a second bowl mix the cream cheese and sugar together ... frozen then eaten whenever desired.
Bake the cake and let it cool. Beat Cool Whip, cream cheese and powdered sugar ... Junket for pudding dessert and as soon ... refrigerate for 3-4 hours.
Mix well and ... for 20 minutes. Cool. Combine cream cheese, powdered sugar ... Fold in Cool Whip. Spread over ... strawberries. Refrigerate. Serves 12.
Crust: Combine graham ... for 7 minutes. Cool. Filling: Cook, ... package of Danish dessert with 2 cups ... hours. Let cool. Cream cheese, sugar, vanilla; add Cool Whip, spread over ... cheese mixture and refrigerate.
1st Layer: Follow ... for 10 minutes, cool. 2nd Layer: Beat cream cheese. Add vanilla ... milk. 3rd Layer: Strawberry Danish Dessert Mix - prepared ... Layer: Spread Cool Whip on top.
Bake cake mix ... 13 inch pan. Cream softened cream cheese with powdered sugar. Add Cool Whip and spread mixture ... cake. Cook Danish dessert per instructions. Cool. ... also good on this.
Blend thoroughly. Pack into a 9x13 pan. Mix cream cheese and sugar until creamy. Blend in Cool Whip. Pour over ... water and Danish dessert in a saucepan. ... Cool slightly. Add strawberry slices. Pour over filling. Cool and keep refrigerated.
In 9"x12" pan, bake cake until done. Cool. Mix softened cream cheese and powdered sugar until smooth. Add Dream Whip and blend. Spread ... directions for Danish dessert; cool. Mix ... 4 hours before serving.
Mix flour, butter, ... for 15 minutes. Cool. Cream together cream cheese and powdered sugar. Add Cool Whip, mix well. ... nuts and cherries or strawberries.
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