I was reviewing the cookbook photos that David, our photographer, had delivered to my inbox. My kids were drooling over all the gourmet foods as they looked over my shoulder. When I got to this picture, my kids unanimously requested it as a dessert for Shabbos. P.S. It was a hit!
Thaw one bag of strawberries; slice berries.
Place four to five strawberry slices into each dessert glass.
Make one package of jello according to package directions. Pour a small amount into each glass to cover the strawberries.
Place into refrigerator to set.
In a saucepan over medium heat, combine remaining strawberries and sugar. Stir until strawberries fall apart and become liquid.
Add in remaining package of jello; stir.
Remove from heat; transfer to a large bowl. Let cool for five minutes.
Place topping into the bowl of an electric mixer; whip until stiff.
Combine half of prepared whipped topping with strawberry mixture in bowl to make mousse. Spoon mousse over set jello in glasses.
To finish, add a layer of remaining whipped topping over the strawberry mousse.
Reproduced from A Taste of Pesach 2 with permission from the copyright holders ArtScroll/Mesorah Publications, LTD.