a wonderful light dessert recipe from the people at kraft canada and adapted by me to be feed a few more. very tasty. (cooking time is refrigeration time)
this was so good...everyone loved them.
this is my friends moms recipe. i vary it from time to time, i like cherry jello and fruit cocktail and you can also add crushed nuts. its super easy to make and is great to take to picnic's and everyone always loves it!
this is my grandmother's family recipe that my mom makes every thanksgiving and we gobble it up. i am very picky so and i love this it is so different.
found this recipe from kraft kitchens and wanted to share the recipe.
a simple yet wonderful summertime treat that is much more flavorful than plain old regular jell-o. definitely company worthy. we have made this many times using different flavors of jell-o, and berry and grape work the absolute best. time does not include
this is a simple, light, and very pretty dessert, you of course can change the flavors of jello, i made this for the 4th of july, using blueraspberry, and cherry jello, and the flavors listed below at christmas, are very pretty, and of course everybody lo
there are a few recipes like this one, but each has something a little different than mine. my family happens to love this recipe the way i make it, so i wanted to share it with all of you. great dessert for a kid's party. let the kids help you make this
this is a great "light" dessert that can be made very low fat using the lower fat versions of the cream cheese, milk, cool whips. i always make this for pot luck's and it is always a favorite. so many of my friends have asked me for the recipe, so here it
this is another version of the pretty gelatin dessert that alternates different colored gelatin with milky white layers. it has the consistency of jello jigglers, which makes it an ideal finger food for kids.
very good! can change jello flavors to any flavor or color you want. my mom makes this for get togethers and always get rave reviews. use can use red and green for christmas and so on. from thank heaven for home made cooks cookbook. use a 9 x 13 dish.
the kids love this one as well as the adults! a friend shared this one with me while i was living in texas. very tasty!!
this jello salad recipe is in a church cookbook, the church i grew up in missouri. i made it with our easter ham this year, and it was yummy! you can form it in a (small) mold, or put it in a 8 x 8 pan and cut into squares. time prep includes 2 hours o
a tangy way to dress up a cup of applesauce! (note: cook time is amount of time you may need to heat pineapple juice in microwave, depending on your model...time may be less...)
this is beautiful when cut, all the layers and colors of the jello. it helps at it taste good, too. very refreshing. for the 4th of july i have done red, white and blue, then cut it with star shaped cookie cutter. enjoy!!! great hit at church pot
this was originally a recipe from sandra lee's semi-homemade cooking. i took many liberties with both the ingredients and preparation. i'm sure it would be great with many combinations of fruit, fruit juice & gelatin. peach just happens to be my favori
this recipe came about because i was looking for a low-sugar low-fat snack. i was inspired by a recipe from kraft kitchens. i kept changing it and experimenting with it, and now it's almost stupid in how simple it is! i also have to add that this doesn
it's fun to mix jello flavors. because it kind of red, white and blue you might consider this salad for a summer gathering as well as just everyday kid stuff
this is a mexican dessert recipe also a southwestern recipe the colors of the mexican flag! light and airy. making this great after a heavy meal. serve as is or on a bed of recipe #309365 using the egg yolks from the whites used in this recipe.
this is a nice desert, easy to make. the kids love it. this does need to chill for 3 hours. posted for world zaar tour 05
this is the most delightful dessert, very light and so refreshing. i got this recipe from a girl i worked with who brought it to a potluck, (made by her mother).we all had to wait for some time to get the recipe since her mother had to translate the recip
i have been searching for the perfect recipe to make the jelly for this dessert but it always came out wrong and not to my liking. but now i've got it right after some experimenting and it has become a favourite in my home, even with my mom who hates almo
from notebook february 2006. this recipe needs to be started at least 6 hours ahead or up to 1 day in advance.
in response to a recipe request. i think there are about 10 2 oz. servings in this recipe. just remember, there is alcohol in the jello! i have not made these, so i am guessing at the prep time.
i'm posting this here on zaar for safekeeping. i'm going try this yummy-sounding salad soon. the woman, (debbie sinor), who's mom invented this recipe came in runner-up in a recipe contest. she serves it on new year's day, and says she always holds true t
a wonderful jello mold my grandmother makes at easter.
found on www.amishdining.com. a recipe seldom gets any easier than this one. kids could make this with just a bit of supervision. my mother used to make something like this that had these same ingredients. this is much like her's, and since she was not a
this recipe comes from the kraft food and family magazine. simple and easy to make and great for using vanilla wafers, orange flavor gelatin, and cool whip along with fresh peaches. great to have on a warm summer day for those special family get togeth
i like this recipe because it is so versatile and uses what you may have in the refrigerator and/or pantry...not to mention the wonderful, refreshing flavor!
from the nice people at kraft foods. watch it wiggle, see it jiggle...
a treat my kids like to make and eat! cooking time does not include chilling time.
this is a delicious sweet treat. jell-o with a twist. i always make it with sugar-free strawberry jell-o and musselman's light applesauce, but i'm sure it's good with any red jell-o
posted in response to a request on the boards.
a lady at the libray was browsing the diet-related cookbooks while i was doing the same. she related this recipe to me and swore it was good. ( one of the advantages of age - i'll talk to anyone ;-) )
despite the name, the original version of this light, chilled dessert was invented by the swiss. great for a summer garden party. prep time includes chill time. garnish with fresh mint leaves or edible nasturtium flowers. use plain yogurt in bavarian
dodge county extension 1976. jell-o, apricots, and whipping cream.
very fruity. we love this one. allow time to chill.
this salad has been in the family for 20 years.
light summer dessert
this yummy salad has fruit and vegetables both in it and is topped with a delicious sour cream/cream cheese mixture with cinnamon in it. make ahead so it can set and pull it out at meal time.
the aspic adds that professional touch to a terrine or pate. to use the aspic take the pate or terrine out of the dish it was cooked in, wash the container & dry. pour in apprx 1/4
love things that are colourful, true! dessert reminds me of a rainbow too! perhaps you'd like to try it, yes? how simple is it to make? guess!
this is the best fruit salad i've ever seen and with no sour cream. this recipe came from my sister in laws, mother in laws aunt. confused yet. my toddler just loves this dish. i just use the small box of vanilla pudding. i had to put an amount of ounces
this is really easy to make and very delicious. i got the recipe from my aunt rose. you can substitute other fruits for the strawberries and then use the corresponding jello flavor.
i first had this when i taught in hawaii. one of the other teachers brought it for an end of the year party and i had to beg her for the recipe! it was worth begging.
i like this recipe because it is very tasty and easy to make and i'm sure will be loved by all who like to eat avocado. i found it in woman's day encyclopedia of cookery.
here's a lower-fat and sugar version of the popular banana split dessert. one serving has approx 194 calories and 6 grams of fat. that's about 4 weight watcher's points.
bananas, crushed pineapple, lemon gelatin, marshmallows with a delicious cream topping. golden oldie recipe from darlene smith of rockford illinois, published in reminisce magazine.
this is a base recipe so you can work with what jello and/or liquor you already have in your bar. usually it's best to model the shot after an already existing drink, or to use plain vodka or light rum with a fruit flavor and using the same type of fruit
i have not tried this recipe. i got this recipe from a recipe booklet years ago. the recipe does not state how long to chill the gelatin.
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