Thursday, December 22, 2011

Christmas Ribbon Jello Salad

This jello salad appeared on our Christmas dinner table every year growing up- and for good reason. Its delicious, festive, and easy to put together. I've probably made it for the last 9 Christmases in my own home since I've been married. Its definitely a great tradition.
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Christmas Ribbon Jello Salad
Becky Jewkes

1 3-oz. pkg. Lemon Jello
1 small can crushed pineapple, drained
1 3-oz. pkg. Lime Jello
1 3-oz. pkg. red Jello (I use raspberry)
1 3-oz. pkg. cream cheese, softened
1 cup fresh whipped cream + some for topping

Bottom Layer: Dissolve lime jello according to package directions. Pour into a 9X13 dish and set until firm.
Middle Layer: Dissolve lemon jello according to package directions. Let set until partially firm. Mix whipped cream, cream cheese, and pineapple and fold into the lemon jello. Carefully pour over first layer and set until firm.
Top layer: Dissolve red jello according to package directions. Carefully pour on top of the middle layer. Set until firm.
Top jello salad with thin layer of fresh whipped cream.

5 comments:

Jacquetta said...

My grandmother always made this when I was young and I loved it!

Shirlee Lyons said...

My grandma made this for me every Christmas growing up because it was my favorite - so happy to find the recipe for it.

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Annie said...

I just found this recipe on Pinterest and am planning to make it for a family Christmas party. I was wondering if the whipped cream in the middle layer is one cup before whipping or one cup after whipping. Thank you for sharing this. It looks delicious!

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