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    Ugly Jello Salads

    It seems that just about every family has its own jello salad that it fixes during the holiday season, and in a conversation with my friend Lori from work she referred to her family's version as an "ugly jello salad." I simply couldn't resist this title, and while admittedly not all of the traditional family jello salads are truly ugly in appearance and actually are quite tasty... this is how I'll continue to think of them for a very long time. (Please note that the order in which these recipes are displayed do not reflect, in any way, those dishes of which I'd actually like to partake. Thank you!)
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    I like this recipe because it is so versatile and uses what you may have in the refrigerator and/or pantry...Not to mention the wonderful, refreshing flavor!

    Recipe #37428

    Posted in response to a request on the boards.

    Recipe #28014

    Very fruity. We love this one. Allow time to chill.

    Recipe #42932

    Cranberry sauce makes this a little different from most congealed salads. Recipe was from my Aunt Phil in Virginia. Especially good with turkey, chicken or pork. Time does not include chilling time.

    Recipe #57660

    I first had this when I taught in Hawaii. One of the other teachers brought it for an end of the year party and I had to beg her for the recipe! It was worth begging.

    Recipe #73936

    1 Reviews |  By DotM

    I like this recipe because it is very tasty and easy to make and I'm sure will be loved by all who like to eat avocado. I found it in Woman's Day Encyclopedia of cookery.

    Recipe #86386

    Submitted by Sheila Clemmons from Florence, Alabama

    Recipe #97980

    My Mother in law makes this every holiday! We love it! The time does not include set time.

    Recipe #80162

    This is such a simple and refreshing gelatin mold. Great for those summer get-to-gethers, but don't expect there to be any leftovers! (Cooking time is chilling time)

    Recipe #87793

    Our family looks forward to this every holiday. It's a yummy and unusual dessert that always sparks a conversation. An easy recipe that even children have no trouble assiting with.

    Recipe #29380

    I found this recipe in an Amish cookbook and immediately thought how this might be a perfect side dish for autumn and winter meals and the holidays, year 'round! (Prep time does not include time for jello to set).

    Recipe #42348

    A cool shimmering cup of coffee you can eat with a spoon. I grew up on this in Rhode Island & have not found it anywhere else. For the true coffee lover.

    Recipe #81870

    My Aunt "T" gave me this simple recipe because she made it for all the family get togethers and I had nothing to make on year. We used "sugar free" as her husband is a diabetic and he ate this as his dessert. I am sure there is a lot of room for other combo's here too.

    Recipe #67144

    This is from the Kraft 'What's cooking magazine. With Thanksgiving fast approaching I thought this perfect to do the tango with the Turkey or Samba with a Pork Roast. This is also very tasty over icecream or cake slices. Prep time includes refrigeration time

    Recipe #100972

    Very tasty. The Port Wine adds gives a little pizzazz.

    Recipe #79509

    4 Reviews |  By PanNan

    My mother got this recipe from a dear family friend in the 1950's. No matter who in our family is making Thanksgiving dinner, you can bet this dish will be served. Note: the times indicated do not include refrigeration time. Cranberries from Wisconsin make this a Midwest U.S. regional recipe. (Also, I first enjoyed it in Missour - another fine Midwestern state).

    Recipe #41708

    Perfect for a holiday dinner or anytime when something tart yet sweet will only do. Your family and guests will love the slightly crunchy texture along with the creamy topping. This recipe was given to me by a friend, and I hope that you will enjoy it as much as we do.

    Recipe #80121

    Family favorite for 60 years.

    Recipe #75467

    There just couldn't be a more delicious summertime dessert than this. I have even prepared this in a square glass pan, instead of unmolding it, I just leave it in the pan and cut in squares....so yummy! (prep time is chilling time).

    Recipe #98526

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