This really is one of the BEST Jell-o Salad Recipes. This recipe came from my mother's cousin Antoinette. This recipe has been popular in her family for over 40 years. It is a delicious treat during the summer months as well as an accompanying Holiday dessert (Color goes well for Holiday dessert table). The recipe calls for real whipped cream, however I'm sure that Cool Whip could be substituted as the recipe probably pre-dates the ease of prepared whipped topping, but I do prefer the original recipe as it just makes it more traditional.
I use Strawberry Jello, but I'm sure any kind of berry or cherry flavor would work well too...
I also use food processor chopper for preparing the bananas & cherries - I use whisk attachment on electric mixer for preparing the set jello & whipping the cream.
This is an apple crisp recipe from the nice lady who lived next door to me when I grew up. Her name was Luella, but I called her Lulu. I've never found an apple crisp recipe that I like better! Everyone that tastes it, raves about it. She always sprinkled the apples with sugar, but I like them tart, so I don't sprinkle any sugar on them. She also peeled the apples, but I don't peel them, and it tastes great, and saves time!
A wonderful real lemon ice cream, reminds me of lemon sherbet but creamier. Easy to make and refreshing on hot days. Make sure you squeeze fresh lemons for this one. Bottled lemon juice just doesn't measure up in this recipe.This is a combination of two recipes given to me by my Aunt.It's good topped with a few fresh raspberries. For those who love lime, just substitue fresh lime juice in place of the lemon.Cook time is freezing time.
You will *LOVE* this and no ice cream machine needed to make this delicious sherbet, this is just as good as the store bought! lime or orange works well also, I have tryed strawberry also but it is just not as good, haven't tryed it yet but you might want to add in some pureed fruit to the mixture --- This is habit forming once you start you won't be able to stop, I can eat the whole pan myself, it is *that* delicious --- you can make different flavored layers just make certain that the first layer is completely frozen before topping with the next layer, for layers you will need a 13 x 9-inch pan :)
All my favorite flavors combined into one delicious dessert! Here it is, I'm sharing with you, a recipe based on banana pudding -- From the cookbook, More From Magnolia Bakery. Cooking time also reflects time in refrigerator to chill.