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Beat egg yolks with 1/4 cup water, add sugar, lemon and 1 cup flour. Beating well after each ingredient. Add rest of water. Beat. Sift last cup of flour with salt and baking powder and beat. Beat egg whites until stiff, then fold in gently.
Bake in 2 greased 9 inch pans (or 3 - 8 inch pans) at 350 degrees F for 20-25 minutes. Remove from pan after 5 minutes. Slice the layer in half. Spread with real whipping cream between layers. Layer slice berries on top. Garnish with berries and cream. Freezes well.
By Robin from Washington, IA
This is a wonderful recipe for diabetics. My son even likes it and he doesn't like anything sugar free.
You can use regular jello, strawberries, and cool whip for regular diets.
By Sheila from Crawfordsville, In
I don't know if this qualifies for a recipe but it sure makes for a substitute Strawberry dessert if you are pressed for time or don't have ingredients on hand!
Fix strawberries just like you would for strawberry shortcake. Crush or break-up ritz crackers (this substitutes for the shortcake). Cover crackers with strawberries and add milk or cream if you wish. Believe me this almost tastes like the real thing!
By Trudy from Illinois
Sprinkle strawberries with 1 cup sugar. Let stand 1 hour.
Heat oven to 450 degrees F.
Mix flour, 2 Tbsp. sugar, baking powder, and salt in medium bowl. Stir in milk and butter just until blended.
Sprinkle surface lightly with flour. Turn dough onto surface, gently smooth into a ball. Knead 20-25 times.
Roll or pat dough into shortcakes 3/4 inch thick. Cut into shortcakes with a floured 3-3 1/2 inch biscuit cutter. Place on ungreased cookie sheet.
Bake 10-12 minutes or till golden.
Split warm cakes crosswise, fill and top with strawberries. Serve with whipped cream or cool whip.
Adapted From The Alpha Bakery Children's Cookbook. This is a cookbook for children with recipes from a-z published by General Mills/Betty Crocker in 1991.
The addition of vanilla pudding to a strawberry shortcake recipe can create an extraordinary dessert. This page is about strawberry vanilla shortcakes.
Rich Strawberry Shortcake. Sift dry ingredients. Cut in butter until mixture is like coarse crumbs. Combine egg and cream; add all at once to dry ingredients. . .
Sprinkle strawberries with 2/3 cup sugar; let stand 1 hour. Heat oven to 425 degrees F. Stir remaining ingredients except whipped cream until soft dough forms.
Stir together strawberries and sugar. Place cakes on individual serving plates. Spoon half of 1 pudding cup into two sponge cakes. Repeat with remaining sponge cakes and pudding.
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I recently read a recipe for strawberry shortcake using sour cream in the cake or biscuit part. I can't seem to remember where I read it. Does any one have a recipe similar?
Joanne - I think the recipe you are referring was in the latest issuue of Food and Family - the free magazine that Kraftfoods, sends out. I just read it last night. The recipe is called Simply Sensational Strawberry Shortcake. If you don't have the magazine, the recipe can be found at www.kraftfoods.com. Just type in Strawberry Shortcake under "Recipe Search." Its the first listing.
I know, it sounds good, doesn't it?
I just add it to biscuit mix or a biscuit recipe instead of part of the milk. I'm always fooling with biscuit recipes and adding cream, sour cream or butter make richer biscuits. Also more fattening but nice for a dessert or special occasion.
Susan from ThriftyFun
thanks lisa that must be where i read it just got magazine in mail i thought it was on the computer i read so many recipes in a day.