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    This recipe is from "The Mississippi Cookbook." Recipe submitted by Mrs. Harry Williams of Holly Springs, MS.

    Recipe #167326

    Recipe #37325

    This jello salad recipe is in a church cookbook, the church I grew up in Missouri. I made it with our Easter ham this year, and it was yummy! You can form it in a (small) mold, or put it in a 8 x 8 pan and cut into squares. Time prep includes 2 hours of refridgerating for it to set.

    Recipe #114761

    Coconut lovers check this out! This dessert is so delicious, I made it for a teacher's luncheon, and they sent me to the office to make copies for everyone.

    Recipe #104511

    I love ambrosia of all kinds. This one I got out of a magazine. I love the toasted coconut, it just give it another level of taste. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #87607

    I don't remember where I originally got this recipe, but I've made it many times beginning mid-1960's. For months I've been searching for the recipe to post it. Then today it showed up in my e-mail from a daily recipe site. I've added to the ingredients and directions. The original recipe called for one can of cherries, so that's what I listed in the ingredients, but I prefer two cans of cherries. Look for Royal Ann or Royal Cherries. If you sub a different kind of cherries or other fruit I have no idea how it will turn out. The original recipe didn't call for bananas. I always use 2 or 3 bananas. Leave out them out if you don't like them. Same for the nuts. Be SURE to make this a minimum of 12 hours before serving - 24 hours is better. The first time I made it was for a family gathering. I tasted it right away - it was terrible. The next day it was great. What a difference a day makes! As you can tell from the ingredients, this is sweet.

    Recipe #112875

    easy and delicious and it does taste like baby aspirin. Cook time is chill time

    Recipe #106898

    This is a light Jello salad that works well in a Jello mould or just in a bowl. We have served this every Thanksgiving and Christmas for as long as I can remember. I suppose you could try other Jello Flavors, but we like the Lime so much, I never have.

    Recipe #103459

    52 Reviews |  By Ozma

    This recipe is different from, and more detailed than, any of the others on this site. (The "Cook" time is really the "Refrigerate" time.)

    Recipe #48207

    Light and Refreshing and will satisfy your cravings for something Sweet!

    Recipe #110716

    Delicous, fast and healthy breakfast. You may use any fruits that you have. I have used banana, pineapple, blueberries, strawberries and raspberries and they all taste delicous!

    Recipe #132756

    Wonderful taste, cool side dish, HEALTHY!!

    Recipe #94901

    Recipe #116685

    I checked all the other recipes here, and each one is a little different in one way or another. THIS is the real deal. I got the recipe from the chef at the Watergate Hotel in Washington, DC where the recipe originated. If you want the same one served there that was made famous there....this is it.

    Recipe #120800

    A long time family favorite for me. It is sweet and refreshing. You can switch up any of the fruits if you like.

    Recipe #114627

    Delicious and Fruity Dessert that is pleasing to the EYES and YOUR MOUTH! Great for the Holidays because you don't feel as guilty eating it as you do with cakes or candy!

    Recipe #72181

    I have to wonder about the name of this recipe when I read the ingredient list, but it is tasty.

    Recipe #110059

    Recipe #28779

    This is a cool refreshing dessert! I am not sure how many this serves, but It is a nice large serving bowl.

    Recipe #51913

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