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Julane Hiebert's Strawberry Tiffany Torte

Julane Hiebert lives with her husband in a wee cottage by a lake in the beautiful Flint Hills of Kansas. Her love of prairie comes from a childhood spent as the daughter of a cowboy, and she was named after a characters in a Western magazine. While encouraged to pen the family’s story of raising two handicapped daughters, she has chosen to incorporate the lessons learned into the lives of the characters in her novels. She enjoys music, reading, junk shopping, and chocolate—mostly chocolate. Julane has a passion to present God’s truth in everyday events, with ordinary not-too-perfect characters. Learn more about Julane and her books here: http://julanehiebertauthor.com

Julane's Latest Book Release: Lark (Brides of a Feather series) 

Can a wrong turn send Lark in the right direction? Lark Wenghold hates Kansas, gets queasy around small humans, and vehemently declares she will not marry. Ever. But when she boards the wrong train, Lark sets off on an adventure unlike any she could have foreseen. Trapped in a dark cellar of despair, will Lark finally accept that God's plans for her are better than her own? Buy the book HERE. 


Julane's Strawberry Tiffany Torte

This is a family favorite especially for spring, but we love it year round. It's simple, but tastes like you've spent a lot of time making it special.  
1 box vanilla wafers, crushed
1/3 cup butter of margarine, melted
1 (8 oz) cream cheese, softened
1 (8 oz) whipped topping
1 lg, or 2 sm. pkgs. instant vanilla pudding mix
1 qt. fresh strawberries, sliced
2 cups cold milk

Combine vanilla wafer crumbs and margarine–reserve 1 cup for topping; Press the remaining crumbs in the bottom of a lightly greased 9 x 13 pan. Gradually add 1/2 cup milk to softened cream cheese. Blend well; add instant pudding and remaining milk. Beat one minute. Pour over crust and cover with strawberries. Cover with whipped topping and remaining crumbs. Chill overnight. Serves 12-15 (or, in our case, serves 2 lots of times if we eat it before the grandkids know we have it)