Yield: Makes 3-1/2 cups
In this issue: Summer Off the Beaten Path
Very unusual — a good dish for company.
Be careful!! Guests will want to fill up on this before the rest of the meal. It’s that delicious and perfect for summer evenings.
I really enjoy strawberries, so this is perfect. The whip cream with this is wonderful. I’m thinking of trying it with a little chocolate syrup drizzled on top for fun. .
Even with extra fresh strawberries and Cool Whip, the cinnamon was overbearing. A family member thought it was made with tomatoes! We had to throw most of it out. Hopefully I must have erred in some way!?
Unusual but delightful. I found a similar recipe in Grandmother’s things, but it called for only 1 teaspoon cinnamon rather than 1 tablespoon. A keeper for sure.
A full tablespoon of cinnamon totally overpowered this! I love cinnamon, but this is supposed to be Strawberry Soup, not Cinnamon Soup!
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