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Strawberry Alaska No-Bake recipe

An easy, no-bake strawberry Alaska.

Recipe: Strawberry AlaskaNo-Bake

6 cups whole fresh California strawberries
3/4 cup granulated sugar
1/4 cup orange-flavored liqueur
1 (11.5-ounce) frozen pound cake, defrosted
1 (7-ounce) can refrigerated whipped light cream

  • Early in the day or the day before, preparestrawberry ice: in blender, whirl berries smooth. Add sugar andliqueur; whirl again to dissolve. Pour into a loaf pan (9 x 5x 2 3/4-inches) and freeze until almost firm.
  • Unmold strawberry ice onto serving plateby loosening along edges with knife; touch bottom of pan in hotwater for 10 seconds. (If melting occurs, place dessert in freezerfor 10 minutes.)
  • Cut cake into 6 slices. Arrange cake slicesevenly over strawberry ice. Return to freezer for at least onehour.
  • Frost entire cake with whipped light cream.
  • Return to freezer for an hour, or cutand serve at once.

    Makes 8 servings.

    Cooking Notes:

    • For ease in cutting remove from freezer20 minutes before serving.
    • Substitute: 2 (10-ounce each) packagesfrozen sliced California strawberries with sugar and omit 3/4cup sugar. Thaw just enough to chop. Whirl in blender, and proceedas directed above.

    Recipe provided courtesy of CaliforniaStrawberry Commission. ©2003 California Strawberry Commission.All rights reserved. Used with permission.

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    In the heat of summer this strawberry cheesecake is absolute perfection. The fresh sweet berries and creamy cheesecake are layered on top of a rich graham cracker crust and none of it has to be baked. Just because it is fast and easy to make doesn’t mean it shouldn’t also be gorgeous. Pretty enough for a wedding shower, but simple enough for a picnic in the backyard.

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