Strawberry Frozen Dessert

This recipe reminds me of my grandma.It comes from her cookbook and she would make it all the time for us!It is pretty simple to make!here’s the recipe:STRAWBERRY FROZEN DESSERTCrumbled Crust: 1 cup flour1/4 cup packed brown sugar1/2 cup chopped pecans1/2 cup melted butterMix together.  Spread over 9×13 pan.  Bake at 350 F for 15-20 minutes.  Do not burn.  Light brown is done. Once done, Stir to break up.  Let cool completely.  Put 2/3 of the crumbled crust mixture on the bottom of pan and reserve rest for topping.Strawberry Mixture:2 egg whites3/4 cup sugar10 oz. thawed frozen strawberries2 Tbsp. lemon juiceBeat strawberry mixture on low speed until thickened (about 2 minutes)Fold in 14 oz. Cool whipSpoon evenly over 2/3 of cooled crumbled crust.  Sprinkle rest of crumb mixture on top.Freeze.  Serve Frozen!Enjoy!Don’t for get to enter My Thank-You Giveaway!

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  1. Susan

    Strawberries will be ripening soon in our area and the lightness of this dessert would be a perfect ending to a meal. XOXO

  2. Kim McCallie

    OH, I love frozen desserts in the summer time. And, we're in full blown summer here in Georgia!! I'd love it if you would share your recipe on A Well-Seasoned Life's Sweet Indulgences Sunday.

  3. Mercedes@Mercedes Blend

    Such a simple recipe. I'll add it to my summer dessert menu. Thank you for the idea.


  4. mickeyrenee

    Mmmm...I love anything strawberry. Perfect recipe for the season coming in a couple of weeks. Thanks for following my blog--I love the recipes you have on here! I've already bookmarked three of them on my Mac.

  5. Kirsten

    My grandma had a dessert just like this! Thank you for reminding me.....I'll have to make that soon.

  6. Marguerite

    Looks heavenly and I will be trying it very soon! Thanks for the great recipe! I have some awards for you on my blog!

  7. Beansieleigh

    Oh, you have got to STOP this! LOL! I'm gonna look like a HORSE!!!... Hi Nikki! Just wanted to tell you I made your Overnight Blueberry French Toast, and posted it today! DELICIOUS!!!! ~tina

  8. Megan

    this looks delish!! The crust especially :) And I bet you love the memories associated with it too!!

  9. Jenn

    Grandma's recipes are the best. I love your plates!

  10. Lindsay

    Now this is becoming a problem--I bookmark almost EVERY recipe that you post. :) Can't wait to try this one!

  11. Katie Mar

    um yummm nikki this looks awesome!!so glad i came to your blog!

  12. Sallie

    Mmmmm! This looks delish. I love the pretty plate!

  13. Just Another Hat

    This is definitely a must try in my house. My son loves strawberries. Thanks for stopping by; following you back.

  14. Cherish

    Thanks for following me! I'm now following your tasty blog! This dessert looks really good.

  15. Anonymous

    another super easy way of making this, or at least something close... the mixture: 8oz cool whip, block of cream cheese, 1 box any flavor jello (using the powder, not the completed jello) mix together and put into a graham cracker crust, super easy and ppl love it. I have tried strawberry, lime and orange!!!