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Prep & cooking time (for me) was A LOT longer than noted. Good flavor.. Definitely do not overbake. Thanks for Sharing.
Wow, Gerry! You have another winner here. We loved it, everything works together so well. The crust (Spring) is amazing. I did cut the recipe in half as there were only 3 of us for dinner tonight and we don't like to eat sweets during the week. Well, we like to, but try not to. It is very rich and of course, we do have leftovers so I may take the rest to work. The guys may say no to that idea! By the way - I know I am slower than many but you may want to set aside more time for prep and cooling. It will be worth it though! Thanks for sharing another great recipe. Made for Fall PAC 2009.
Adam and I made this for Great Grandpa Joe since his two favourites are pineapple and lemon, worked out perfect. As he told Grandpa "The base with the rice krispies were the earth for growing the rice krispies were the little seeds, the pineapple and cheese layer were for Daffodils that is the first flowers in the spring, the lemon layer was for the bright sun shine that makes everything grow, and the whipped cream on top.. well were for the angels in the clouds, which brightens up the whole world. Thats what this dessert brings because its the best I ever eaten, just yummy." Some imagination he has. I must say. All I had told him was it was called seasons and each layer represents what ever you want it too and you could make anytime of the year. But we all agreed that it was a wonderful cool refreshing dessert enjoyed by all. I give this recipe a million stars for the memorable comments it produced from my young five year old grandchild.