|Lean and Luscious and Meatless, Volume 3|
|by Millie Snyder|
Eliminating meat from a meal doesn't have to mean sacrificing taste and texture. And it doesn't have to mean relying on high-fat substitutes like ...
1 - 10 of 238 for raspberry mayonnaise
Combine boiling water and gelatin. Stir until dissolved. Chill until slightly thickened. Fold in rest of ingredients. Pour into 4 cup mold or 8 inch ...
First Layer: Dissolve ... crushed pineapple and mayonnaise. Spoon over ... until set. Frost with whipped topping when set and sprinkle with chopped nuts.
Mix together and put in mold: Make a layer of salad dressing on top: Make ahead so flavoring improves with standing.
Dissolve Jello flavors ... thickened. Blend in mayonnaise, whipped cream ... Jello over lime and lemon layer. Chill until firm. Can be made a day ahead.
Drain juice from beets and cube beets. Bring juice to boil and add Jello. When dissolved add other ingredient and jell. Serve with topping.
Dissolve raspberry Jello in 1 ... Cool Whip and mayonnaise in separate bowl. ... mixture on top of raspberry Jello and chill until firm. Unmold and serve.
Grate American and ... onions and enough mayonnaise to hold together ... Then unmold on tray and cover with raspberry preserves. Serve with Ritz crackers.
Drain fruit, saving ... cream cheese and mayonnaise together until fluffy. ... mix well but do not mix too long. Pour in ring mold. Refrigerate until firm.
Dissolve raspberry Jello in 1 ... those who don't like cherries. I have tried it with blueberry pie filling too. It's very nice for family get togethers.
FIRST LAYER: Dissolve ... cheese, pineapple and mayonnaise. Spoon over ... Frost with whipped topping when set up. Optional: May sprinkle with nuts on top.
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