|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...
21 - 30 of 134 for fresh cherries jello
Dissolve Jello in boiling water. ... ingredients. Pour in mold or pan. Refrigerate. (I have served this to people who "hate" rhubarb and they enjoy this.)
Cook cranberries in ... 5 minutes. Add Jello. Cool to ... Refrigerate. Note: Buy cranberries in fall and freeze for later use. They are hard to find later.
Place all gelatins ... cranberries. Pour into Jello mold which has ... firm. This low calorie recipe is a wonderful alternative to canned cranberry sauce.
Mix and bake ... package directions. Mix Jello according to package ... pudding according to directions and fold in Cool Whip, then put on top of fruit.
Dissolve the Jello in boiling water, ... the apple and celery finely. Mix all fruits, etc. into the partially set Jello and put into mold or pan to set.
Wash and grind ... mix well. Dissolve Jello in hot water. Chill until slightly thickened then add the fruit. Pour into a mold, bowl or pan. Chill until firm.
Cook 2 cups ... berries start to pop, add 1 cup sugar. Cook until tender (4-5 minutes). Pour boiling mixture over Jello. Add celery, apples, and nuts. Chill.
Grind cranberries, orange (include peel), apple, celery and nuts (with medium grinding blade). Drain pineapple. Mix together; set aside.
Dissolve Jello in boiling water; ... to crush the apples and cranberries. Add apples, cranberries and pineapple to the Jello. Pour into a mold and chill.
Place rhubarb and ... boil cook for 5 to 10 minutes. Remove from heat and add Jello. Mix well. Pour into glasses or bowls. Cool and place in refrigerator.
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