Light Lemon Fluff Dessert
Total TimePrep: 15 min. + chilling
Loved it! Used the previous reviewers suggestion and added some lemon juice to the evaporated milk before whipping.
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Solution to whip evaporated milk: always add a few drops of lemon juice to evaporated milk to whip it. Solves the problem!
This is one of my go to desserts. It's easy to make and everyone loves it. Smooth and creamy! Change the concentrate and make different flavors.
This was a hit with my guests. Nice flavor and loved that it is a lighter dessert.
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My family loved this, even my four kids, who are picky about desserts. Getting the evaporated milk to whip into soft peaks was difficult, even after chilling, but overall the results were delicious. Definitely a much healthier option than the traditional full fat version. I plan to try this recipe with orange jello and juice next.
Very good and easy. Everyone loved it.
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Comment: This recipe looks like it has possibilities as part of a St Patrick's Day themed menu. I hope to make it with lime jello and lime juice to achieve a green color. Has anyone else tried this and did it turn out OK?