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I liked this a lot. I might try makling it with orange sherbet for more orange flavor. Very nice.

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Barb in WNY November 16, 2009

I'm not sure what to make of this. I thought it was just ok. I think maybe I'd like to add some mandarin oranges to it. The flavor reminded me of a dreamsicle. Very creamy. I might make it again and add some oranges to it, just to give it a little something more for texture and flavor. Not bad, just not what I expected. Thank's!

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MTpockets June 09, 2007

This was VERY easy. Light tasting and delicious. I used sugar free orange jello and slow-churned vanilla ice cream. It is more firm that I expected - almost jello jiggler-firm. I guess I expected it to be more mousse-like. I think next time I make it I will fold in a cup or two of the vanilla flavored cool whip. That would make it perfect!

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Pam-I-Am December 24, 2006

This was so YUMMY!! I will definatly be doing this again. I think this might still work with different gelatin flavours. How about rasberry gelatin and chocolate icecream? Thankyou for such an easy delicious recipe :)

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ChilliFreak January 18, 2006

Thanks Bergy for a tasty and easy dessert. DD and DH love this. I have made this a few times already, but somehow forgot to rate it. I am going to try this with strawberry jello and strawberries. Thanks Rita

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melsmom February 04, 2005

Lovely light dessert!! and quick too, how can ya beat that. I used mandarin orange slices. The icecream is a nice twist and makes it very quick to set. Thanks Bergy!! — posted Feb 8, 2004, UPDATE: Just to say I make this often, has turned into one of DH's favourite desserts and I make it with low carb vanilla iceream (Dyers) and light Jello, turns out perfect everytime and hardly any guilt at all!!

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Derf October 31, 2004

Very good Bergy, I was afraid that 2 cups of ice cream would make it too thin and it wouldn't gel right so I only used about 1 cup. I will try again with 2 full cups and see what happens. It sure was good. I have made these again and used the 2 cups ice cream and they turned out just as good. Thanks for a great way to use up jello. — posted Sep 30, 2004,1 member found this helpful

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Dorel September 30, 2004

How simple and good can this be?? I topped this with a bit of cool whip and sectioned fresh orange. Just a lovely simple dessert that can be prepared in the am and served in the pm (the way I like it) Thanks again Bergy.

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Tebo August 15, 2004

I have the same magazine! I made this yesterday. After one taste, my daughter looked at me and asked me if we could have this every day! The softened ice cream gives it a light tecture. Very nice and so easy.

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northernmom January 22, 2004
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