Mennonite Fruit Squares

Mennonite Fruit Squares

Mennonite Fruit Squares
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Mennonite Fruit Squares are a great dessert for a crowd. This Mennonite dessert is something to share with the community because it feeds a lot of people. Basically, it is a combination of homemade yellow cake and fresh fruit baked together and then cut into squares. The recipe is versatile because you can use whatever fruit happens to be in season. Add blueberries and strawberries for a patriotic color splash, or use fresh peaches and raspberries to add a tangy twist. Whatever fruit you choose, you arent likely to have leftovers with this popular dessert!

Yields40 Squares

Cooking Time35 min

Cooking MethodOven

Cooking Vessel Size1 x 11 x 17 inch Jelly Roll Pan

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Sometimes, the most simple recipes are the ones that come in the most handy, right? I love that this is a dessert that you can adapt over and over to make something that uses what you have on hand no matter what time of the year it is or what fruits you have in your area.


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