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HEAVENLY FRUIT DESSERT Recipe

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
Nina Wolf Dubes

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Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
16 - 20 crushed graham crackers
3 T melted butter
¼ c sugar
18 marshmallows
½ c milk
½ pint whipping cream
½ t vanilla
1 (22 oz) cherry pie filling

Directions:
Directions:
Combine cracker crumbs, butter and sugar; mix. Spread half the mixture on bottom of a 9 x 13 inch buttered pan and pat firm, reserving remaining crumbs for top. Put marshmallows and milk in a double boiler and melt and cool. Whip the cream; add vanilla and cooled marshmallows. Mix and place ½ of marshmallow mixture on cracker crumb crust. Add cherry pie filling on top. Place other half of marshmallow mixture over cherry filling. Sprinkle with remaining cracker crumbs.

Anne Bastrom

Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:

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FAMILY STORY - BASTROM FAMILY REUNION

I found this recipe in my mother’s recipe box. Anne Bastrom was the wife of Grandma Anna Margaret Hopp’s nephew, Victor. He and Anne lived in Billings, Montana. The last time I remember seeing them was at a Bastrom reunion in Billings in 1982. Driving Mom's motorhome, we took my mother Helen, K' Lorraine, Ruth and Edwin, and our sons David and Mark. Lorraine and Clara followed in their car. Yvonne and Henry met us in Billings. It was the only time I can remember we were all together with the Bastrom family. We had a wonderful time and came back to Washington through Yellowstone National Park as Ruth had not been there before.
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