April 15, 2014

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Sara Lee Angel Food Cake Fruit Kabobs Recipe #SLSweetTreats #sponsored

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I know Easter is this weekend, but soon after is Memorial Day!  Never too early to start planning!  Want a fun dessert that is super easy and will WOW your guests?  Then look to Sara Lee to help you out!  Sara Lee Desserts have been favorite products in the kitchen for decades. The products have the fresh, homemade taste you can make your own, making them perfect for any occasion.

With no baking required, these iconic sweet treats can be enjoyed on their own right out of the package (after thawing), or can easily be dressed up with sauces, whipped toppings and fruit for  tasty, time-saving solutions.
For more information and recipe ideas, go to www.SaraLeeDesserts.com

The Sara Lee Desserts portfolio includes cheesecakes, pound cakes, pies, cakes and sweet breakfast items. They can be found at local grocery stores in the freezer section.

Materials and ingredients and cost breakdown:
  • Wood Skewers
  • 4 containers strawberries
  • 1 container blueberries ($1.99 at Aldis)
  • 1 Sara Lee Angel Food Cake (found in the frozen food department)

How to assemble:
  1. Defrost Angel Food Cake.  Slice the angel food cake and cut into  square/rectangle pieces.
  2. Wash the strawberries and the blueberries and let them drain.  I filled my sink with a water/white vinegar mixture to clean them.
  3. Remove the stem from the strawberries into quarters.
 I assembled my kabobs this way:  strawberry, angel food cake, 2 blueberries, strawberry, angel food cake, and 2 blueberries. Keep assembling until you run out of ingredients. Line them up on serving dish!


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