Cherries in the snow

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 4 Ratings
Serves: 10
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Cooking Method: No-Cook or Other


c 2 cups powdered sugar
pkg 2-8oz pkg phildelphia cream cheese softened
oz 2-8oz tubs cool whip thawed
can(s) 2 cans cherry pi e filling
2-loaf angel food cakes

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nancy keys Recipe
Lightly Salted
Benton, KY (pop. 4 349)
Member Since Oct 2011
nancy's notes for this recipe:
This recipe was given to me about 30 years ago by a co-worker. It has been loved by my family all these years. When I moved to the area I am in now I shared the recipe with some friends and it has become a favorite of many people in my area.I hope you enjoy it as much as they do.
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Mix powdered sugar and cream cheese together until well mixed and smooth. I use a mixer on high after gettin well mixed.
Beat in Cool Whip until very creamy and smooth. Divide in half.
Slice Angel Food cakes into thin [about 1/4 th of inch] slices
Line a 9 by 13 inch pan with slices of cake,cover with 1/2 of cream cheese mixture.
Add another layer of cake slices and remainder of cream cheese mixture.
Gently spread cherry pie filling over the top of Cool Whip. Refrigerate for a least 1 hour.

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user nancy keys virgo76 - Oct 1, 2012
My grand son couldn't wait to eat a big piece of the cherries in the snow before he took the picture for me.He said it showed it off better.
user Erlene Martin mamalene - Oct 1, 2012
Nancy,this sounds really good, I am looking forward to trying this one. thank you for posting this.
user Tina ***** chefTina - Oct 1, 2012
this looks really good. We have a church fellowship coming up maybe I could make this. Thanks!
user deb baldwin messinthekitchen - Oct 1, 2012
LOL on you grandson, but he is right it does show off very well. A save for me!
user Tina ***** chefTina - Oct 1, 2012
He was definetly right on it showing it off more.

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