one 3.4 oz package of cheesecake flavor pudding mix(can substitute
with Vanilla pudding if you can't find the cheesecake one)
2 lbs fresh strawberries, washed and sliced
2 cups milk
12 graham crackers
2 cups freshly whipped cream (or can use your ½ container of your
favorite whipped topping like Cool Whip)
Optional Toppings
½ cup of mixed berries of your choice: blueberries, raspberries and
powdered sugar for dusting
crushed graham cracker crumbs

make cheesecake flavored pudding according to instructions on
package, using two cups of milk In a large bowl, . Allow to set up for at
least five mins.
In the meantime, slice strawberries, reserving 25 slices for garnishing.
Divide remaining sliced strawberries into two same parts.
Mix in half of the whipped cream conjointly with the cheesecake
pudding leaving the other half of whipped cream for the top.
Spread a thin layer of the whipped cream / pudding mixture in a 8 x 8
pan to coat the bottom.
Place 3 graham crackers across the center of pan and then break up 1
more as required to fill in the gaps. Spread half of the whipped cream /
pudding mixture on top. Place a single layer of strawberry slices.
Top with another layer of graham crackers, breaking them as needed to
make them fit. Spread the remaining whipped cream / pudding
mixture. Add another layer of sliced strawberries.
Top with the final layer of graham crackers. Spread the reserved
whipped cream over evenly.
Place the reserved sliced strawberries on top. Add other mixed berries
of your choice if wanted. Sprinkle on graham cracker crumbs on top.
Refrigerate until the graham crackers have softened entirely for at
least 4 hours or overnight .
Serve chilled and dust with powdered sugar if desired.
To make freshly whipped cream
whip 2½ cups of heavy cream With a hand mixer or in the bowl of a
stand mixer until it just holds stiff peaks.
Add ½ teaspoon of vanilla extract , ¼ cup of powdered sugar, and whip
to combine


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