Total Time
4hrs 10mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 4 hrs

A wonderful, low calorie, no-fat dessert that everyone will enjoy!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Boil the one cup of water and add it to the Jello in a bowl or container.
  2. Stir for about 2 minutes, until completely dissolved.
  3. Add one cup cold water, stir.
  4. Put 1 cup chopped banana into bottom of the bowl.
  5. Chill in refrigerator for about 1-2 hours, or until a thick jelly-like consistency.
  6. Add other fruit into Jello, spread evenly.
  7. Place back into refrigerator for about 2-3 more hours.
  8. Enjoy!
Most Helpful

The first time I made this was last fall. I needed a salad for DD's high school dinner theater, the musical was *Once Upon A Mattress* back in Nov. I had everything on hand to make this except the grapes. So I wanted to make this again when I had grapes. My mom would always do the banana/apple jello when we were young. But with the addition of the grapes, it just makes it a little more special. Thanks for posting and the memories. Made for *Zaar Cookbooks Tag 2009* game

Charlotte J February 05, 2009

Kat, this was delightfull!! We both love jello and we eat a lot of fruit, so I doubled the recipe, it will last us a few days. Thoroughly enjoyed it and it was a nice light end to a huge meal for 'zaar day, thanks for sharing a good one!! january 25, 2008, I thought it was time I came back to say this is a regular around our house, we love it!! and i just realized i had never done a photo. We love the apple and banana combo and the grapes too but often the grapes are too expensive, so I sub with other fruit, this time with orange pieces, it was delicious served with a little French Vanilla icecream on top. thanks again for posting a delightful regular!!

Derf January 27, 2008

What a terrific way to get fresh fruit into my family. I used sugar free strawberry jello and with one batch,used bananas and red grapes and with another batch I used peaches and grapes.There's alwasys room for Jello!

tara portee September 10, 2006