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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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    This is the first jello mold I ever made and the recipe came from my very first issue of Taste of Home. Delicious and refreshing. April/May 1999

    Recipe #78958

    This is a must-have with a Thanksgiving turkey or a roasted chicken....besides tasting out-of-this-world, it looks as good as it tastes....the cream cheese in the middle, is a nice change from the regular fruit mold.

    Recipe #72852

    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

    It may sound unusual, but it's actually a delicious light dessert - and so easy. Served in stemmed glasses, it makes a lovely presentation. Mother always served this after Christmas dinner. Pink champagne or cold duck can be substituted for the port.

    Recipe #54414

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

    Recipe #42932

    I found this recipe in my father-in-laws Prudence Penny,s cookbook He used on the American Air Force base were he was a cook. The recipe has great flavor and is real easy to make and compliments roast beef real well.

    Recipe #87697

    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

    A perfect ending to a heavy meal.

    Recipe #86885

    I remember being able to buy this type of dessert mix in the supermarket years ago. I don't know if it's still available, but if not, you can now make it from scratch! It is not vegan cause gelatin is not vegan!

    Recipe #39931

    5 Reviews |  By dojemi

    I got this great recipe from a friend. I usually serve this as a side dish on the Holidays.

    Recipe #26086

    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

    This is my grandma's recipe. We make it and serve it as a salad every Thanksgiving and Christmas. It gets gobbled up much faster than the turkey! Please note that the jello must be set before adding the pineapple. If it is added too early, the acid will inhibit with the gelling process.

    Recipe #41379

    Posted in response to a request on the boards.

    Recipe #28014

    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

    This is a real refreshing low fat dessert and easy to make too, orange Jell-O can be replace with any other flavor, but I find that orange seems to be the best --- plan ahead the tapioca needs to sit for 8 hours, or overnight:)

    Recipe #79504

    4 Reviews |  By dojemi

    I use this recipe to top-off or put between other Jello recipes. Perfect for making a patriotic mold.

    Recipe #25883

    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

    I especially like this recipe because its very quick to make, with few ingredients and taste super with a salad plate.This recipe came from the 1984 Seaforth community Hospital cook book.

    Recipe #84485

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