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This is awesome! I too (as someone else had written) thought this was something only my family has called "pink stuff". It must be a southern thing? I only used maybe half of the condensed milk and 3/4 of a can of strawberry pie filling. I found it to not be too sweet at all! In fact I added marshmellows and a dash or two of cinnamon! Everyone loved it and I like how easy it is to make and to "tinker" with you're own flavors.
Whew!! This is sweet!! But delicious nonetheless. I made this and left it in the fridge to blend the flavors. The flavor of the pineapple was hidden somewhere in the mixture. To reduce the sweetness you could use real whipped cream instead of the whipped topping. There is another version of this recipe I came across...(cherry fluff maybe..) that doesn't call for nuts. I prefer mine with nuts...it gives the "stuff" some texture. Thanks Shannon.
This was gone in a flash. Everyone loved it. I made it the night before and it seemed to get fluffy. After reading the reviews I was hesitant about it being too sweet. No one seemed to think so. It was perfect just the way it is.
This is an old south recipe and the name is right PINK STUFF..we just love it..I did make a photo and as soon as they approve it it will be on...This recipe dose make alot so we make it for large gatherns..but it also can be cut in half..Thanks for putting this on..I hope you all try it...Here in ALABAMA its on all the salad bars...LOL
I served this as a dessert for my husband and parents. This was a huge hit! I used light whipped cream ff condensed milk and light cherry topping. I also added a serving of light cream cheese and crumbled graham cracker crust. This was heavenly!
This recipe is great! I've had my kids (4 of them) make it for holidays for a number of years. One year one of them put it in the freezer instead of the fridge to wait for our meal. When we discovered it was frozen solid we decided to slice it into cubes and serve it in it's solid form. It softened and tasted as good as always.
Yikes talk about SWEET! Everyone loved it but me. Just too sweet for my own personal preference. I put in two cans of crushed pineapple drained some mandarin oranges and a cup of finely chopped nuts in an effort to tone down the sweetness. I don't think it worked.Thanks Shannon.