|Pink Princess Tea Parties|
|by Barbara Beery|
A nibble, a snack, a break-bite-no matter what you call it, tea time is alive and well in homes and classrooms across America.
1 - 10 of 143 for pink jello salad
Make Jello, cool until ... until well mixed. Add pineapple, apple, 1/2 cup walnuts. Put in bowl, sprinkle top with 1/4 cup walnuts. Refrigerate until firm.
Drain pineapple and heat juice with marshmallows until melted. Dissolve Jell-O in this and let cool. Add cottage cheese, pineapple, pecans and ...
Make Jello. Chill until almost firm. Cream cream cheese and Cool Whip. Stir in Jello and marshmallows. Eat!
Drain oranges and ... bowl. Add dry Jello. Stir well ... as directed). This salad is ready to ... refrigerated overnight. It has a very pretty pink color.
Let Cool Whip soften, then mix in Jello. Let stand a while, then mix in cottage cheese and fruit cocktail. Chill in refrigerator.
Heat the pineapples ... and add the jello. Let cool ... (approximately 45 minutes). Fold the Cool Whip and cottage cheese in. Refrigerate for 1 hour and serve.
Combine marshmallows with ... heat and add Jello. Stir until ... pineapple, and cottage cheese. Fold in whipped cream or Cool Whip. Pour into container and chill.
Boil pineapple and ... 5 minutes. Add Jello; cool to ... creamed together. Fold in pineapple mixture. Chill in bowl or mold. Makes 1 average or 2 small molds.
Combine all ingredients, refrigerate.
Combine first 3 ... with mixer until pink and fluffy. Add ... overnight in an 8-inch glass dish. (Don't use aluminum, the pineapple may turn the salad dark.)
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