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by Olivia Green - August 4, 2020
Are you looking for a healthy, easy, few ingredient dessert that satisfies your sweet
tooth? Try out this recipe!
If you're like me, you feel like you have to finish dinner with a dessert. I hate
all the calories that come with all the yummy desserts and different ice cream creations
out there. I found this recipe and added my own twist to it.
It is light, refreshing, easy to make and oh so delicious!
Strawberry Icebox cake is s great dish to allow the kids to help.
This is a perfect recipe to let kids make. They can learn safe knife and oven skills
(if you choose to use the oven). This recipe also allows for creativity. It doesn't
have to be followed exactly. Kids can add whatever fruit they like and assemble it
in any order they want.
Optional: Preheat over to 350 degrees. Break 1/2 a pack of graham crackers into bite
sized pieces, don't crush. Break up 1-2 cups of pecans and add to graham crackers.
Layer bottom of 8x8 dish with mixture. Bake for 20 minutes. Remove and let cool completely.
After crust has cooled, complete steps 1-6 and top with pecans.