Christmas' Delight





Introduction: Christmas' Delight

About: I am just a creative 15 year old, who would like to intern at squid labs. I try to create things. I paintball. I was first featured on November 29, 2008.

This is a good dessert, it is a variation on the strawberry shortcake. Yet, it is still a Delicious treat, this isn't only for Christmas. It is for anyday, have fun.

Step 1: Supplies

1.Strawberries, chopped.
2.sponge cake.
3.Cool whip (can be substituted with whipped creme)
4.Chocolate Syrup.
5.Small Hershey's bar(Steal some from your kid's Halloween candy.)

Optional Supplies

3.about 15-25 minutes of your life.

Step 2: Chop Your Strawberries...

not your fingers.
Chop into halves, then chop into tiny pieces.
They need to fit into the hole of the sponge cake.

Step 3: Put It In.

Put the strawberries,in the spongecake, and sprinkle sugar on top. This is where everyone will know how bad your sweet tooth is. Do you want a sprinkle, or the whole bowl. Next, put a good helping of cool whip on top. Now, the fun part.

Step 4: Chopping, and Sprinkling.

Pour chocolate syrup on the top,then use two squares of the chocolate bar, and chop them into itty bitty pieces, you could also use a cheese grater, If you are making a lot. Sprinkle chocolate on top of the strawberry shortcake. You can stick the rest of the bar into the cake, like Collin did, or eat it separately.



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    Yummy! I make something like this during the summer. Sponge cake, strawberries and cool whip, but I make a batch of strawberry jello and pour it all over the cakes first. I let them chill in the fridge until the jello sets up, then put it all together. It makes the cake moist and delicious! The next time I make them, it will definitely have chocolate on the top.

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