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Results 21 - 30 of 90 for strawberry jello cool whip sour cream
Hull berries and ... pie filling mix, sour cream, milk, rind and 2 cups of the Cool Whip in bowl. Beat ... remaining Cool Whip and strawberries if desired.
Hull berries and ... pie filling mix, sour cream, milk, rind and 2 cups of the Cool Whip in bowl. Beat ... using sugar free pudding mix and plain pie crust.
Mix all together and let set for several hours or overnight.
Line 9 x ... of pudding. Add Cool Whip and sour cream. Mix well. ... both packages of Jello. Stir well. ... pan and chill at least 6 hours before serving.
Hull berries and ... pie filling mix, sour cream, milk, rind, and 2 cups Cool Whip in bowl. Beat ... whipped topping and additional strawberries, if desired.
Heat together the strawberries and Jello. Do not add water to Jello. Cool. Beat together ... fold into pudding, sour cream and Cool Whip. Dip vanilla ... Third layer: 1/2 strawberry Jello mixture. Repeat ... Cover and refrigerate overnight.
Combine strawberries, Jello and sugar over ... Set aside to cool. Mix milk ... then fold in sour cream and most of Cool Whip. Layer wafers, ... Top with Cool Whip.
Stir dry Jello into sour cream. Add fruit and marshmallows. Fold all ingredients into Cool Whip. Chill 1 or 2 hours.
Mix Jello and strawberries in ... until Jello dissolves. Cool completely. Mix pudding ... minutes. Add Cool Whip, sour cream and mix thoroughly. ... pudding mixture, then strawberry mixture. Repeat layers and refrigerate.
Mix together; let stand in refrigerator for 3 hours.
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