|JELL-O: A Biography|
|by Carolyn Wyman|
The author of SPAM: A Biography is back again-This time with the definitive biography of an even bigger edible American icon: JELL-0! Who didn't g...
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Spray 9"x13" pan ... 1 package of Jello with 3/4 cup ... let set up. Repeat with the other colors of Jello. You may use regular Jello also for this recipe.
Mix Jello and spices, add ... well dissolved. Add cold water and let set until partially thickened. Add apricots and bananas. Serve as dessert or salad.
Cook sugar free pudding as directed on box in microwave or on stove top. Cool thoroughly. Drain all fruits well and stir in pudding. Add the bananas ...
Put cottage cheese ... add sugar free Jello; mix well. ... Stir in Cool Whip and pecans. Put in bowl with lid and refrigerate. Will keep for several days.
Dissolve Jello in boiling water; ... applesauce. Put in refrigerator to set. Spread Cool Whip on top and serve. Can double recipe. Can use regular ingredients.
Bring to boil ... from heat and stir in Jello; then cream cheese. Add ice water, stir and let chill until getting thick. Fold in Cool Whip and chill again.
Mix Jello with 1 cup ... in mold or glass dish. Yields 9 1/2 cup servings. Substitutions: 1 serving equals 1/2 fat substitution and 1/2 fruit substitutes.
Grind the oranges, apple and cranberries. Drain fruit after grinding and use the cold juice instead of water to make Jello.
Mix 1 cup pineapple juice with instant pudding mix. Whip and pour over fruit. Better when sets overnight. Keep refrigerated.
Heat applesauce until hot. Add Jello and mix well. Add diet 7-Up blending gently. Pour into mold and refrigerate until firm.
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