This frozen dessert is not limited to being a summer dish alone. It can be served during various occasions, making it more unique.
One helping of this blueberry and strawberry frozen dessert is like a quick trip to a fruity frozen wonderland in your mouth. A frozen dessert can go a long way, both in storage and in flavor. So have as much as you could get out of this season’s frozen dessert rock star for the last hurrah of summer. So, have as much as you could get out of this frozen dessert as the star of your meal this summer. For sure, you would be craving a different kind of dessert come this fall. Start making these and let it last for more than one serving for the family to enjoy.
Delectable Blueberry and Strawberry Frozen Dessert
I am always fond of connecting recipes to a memory. 🙂 And so for this specific frozen dessert recipe, here is our story. 🙂 We fondly call this blueberry and strawberry frozen dessert as the forgotten one. Why? Because last Memorial day’s feast, when we set up everything and let the kids help out with the preparation, I completely forgot that I already made this fruity dessert about 2 nights before. And you know how long we forgot about it? My youngest daughter discovered it 2 Sundays after that! 🙂 We had a good laugh and had to wait for quite a while for it to melt a litle bit before we could munch.
Anyhow, are you ready foodies? Let’s start!
- 2 cups of Strawberries, fresh
- 1 cup of Blueberries, fresh
- 1 & 1/2 cup of Graham Cracker Crumbs
- 1/2 cup of Butter, melted
- 1/2 cup of Sugar
- 1 can of Sweetened Condensed Milk, 14 oz sized
- 8 oz of Yogurt, any flavor
- 2 cups of Mini Marshmallows
- 11 x 7 Baking Dish
1. Wash and slice strawberries
Slice your strawberries lengthwise and set aside.
2. Wash blueberries
Wash your blueberries and set aside.
3. Mix Graham Cracker Crumbs, butter, and sugar
Combine your Graham Cracker Crumbs, butter, and sugar together with a fork.
4. Push down to the bottom
Push the mixture down to the bottom of the baking dish with your hands.
5. Combine condensed milk and yogurt
Mix your milk and yogurt well with a spatula.
6. Add marshmallows
Add in marshmallows into the mixture.
7. Spread milk mixture over Graham mixture
Spread the milk mixture evenly over the layer of Graham mixture.
8. Top with fruits
Arrange the strawberries and blueberries on top of the milk mixture.
9. Repeat steps 7 & 8, cover, and freeze
Make another layer with the same set, cover it with plastic and then set aside in the refrigerator to freeze. When you take it out, allow for several minutes for it to soften and then slice into squares. Serve and indulge! 🙂
For your viewing pleasure, here is a video of how this frozen dessert recipe came to be with the help of our friends from Amy Lynn’s Kitchen:
This frozen dessert is really good. I can still remember its creamy and refreshing feeling when I took my first bite. I am out of words and utterly breathless with its goodness. This blueberry and strawberry frozen dessert will be perfect to serve at kids’ parties and patriotic-themed parties for sure.
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Originally posted on August 10, 2016 @ 2:04 pm