|by Sue Ashworth|
Weight Watchers promotes the need to eat, think and live healthily and so this cookbook helps you to look great and feel great too.
Tip: Try peach salad for more results.
1 - 10 of 20 for congealed peach salad
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In a chilled ... pineapple, grapes and peaches. Divide into 6 individual 6 oz. salad molds; freeze. Unmold onto greens on chilled plates. Makes 6 servings.
Dissolve Jello and sugar in boiling water. Drain peaches, measuring the syrup. Add water to syrup making 2 1/3 cups and add to gelatin. Add peaches ...
Dissolve jello in hot water; add cold water. Mix cream cheese and sugar until smooth. Stir in jello. Fold in Cool Whip and peaches. Pour into Pyrex ...
Mix juice from peaches (1 cup), adding water, if necessary to make the one cup, and Jello. Bring to a boil. Beat cream cheese and Jello mixture. Then ...
Boil pineapple, sugar, water, cream cheese pour over Jello. Cool mixture. Blend Cool Whip, lemon juice, pecans. Mix with Jello and pineapple. Pour ...
Mix large Jello, small can of pineapple and juice, sugar. Bring to a boil. Let cool then add Cool Whip and buttermilk. Mix well and pour in dish. ...
Heat and mix fruit cocktail and Jello. Cool before adding milk and whipped topping. Add cherries for more color.
Heat Jello and pineapple, then cool. Blend Cool Whip and buttermilk together, add to Jello mixture. Chill. Delicious!
Mix Jell-O, sugar, pineapple, water, and baby food together, and bring to a boil. Take mixture off and let it cool completely. Mix Dream Whip ...
Drain juice from ... until it begins to thicken. Add fruit and place in salad mold. Chill until firm. (The green Tupperware ring mold is perfect for this.)
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