I was looking for an easy light dessert, but I didn't use sugar-free items. I used regular frozen whipped topping (thawed), and greek yogurt because I would've had to purchase a large tub of plain yogurt. I had a few regular boxes of gelatin mixes on hand - but not orange flavored, so I chose strawberry-banana...thinking altogether I'd have something close to a banana split experience. Wrong! It was more like a strawberry pineapple greek yogurt experience w/o even a hint of banana! While satisfying my dessert fix...I think next time I would like to try this recipe as written. I have to give it 4 stars for now. Great idea, tho'. thx for sharing.
Ooh this was delish and pretty healthy. I completely omitted the yogurt & whipped topping. I did however add whipped topping to the the top of the dessert. This was easy to put together and really satisfied my sweet tooth. I can definitely see myself making this over and over. Thanks for posting!
What a great dessert! Light, orangy & yummy! The kids loved it too! I love Barbs idea of using strawberries...have to make that one soon too. Thanks!
Nice easy dessert. I used fat free plain yogurt and felt like the zip of the plain was just a bit too much. Next time I'll use fat free vanilla yogurt. I love how easy it was to get fruit into the kids, though. Thanks so much for posting this one!
A Delicious treat without feeling guilty & great for a diabetic. I made it using cool whip free,light yogurt, crushed pineapple canned in juice. My Dh loved this yummy dessert, I will be making it again & soon. I think it would be good using strawberry jello and fresh strawberries. Thanks for posting!
Very good dessert. I will make this again, and I won't feel guilty while I am eating it. Thanks.
Five stars all the way! I used cool whip free and light vanilla yogurt because that is what I had on hand but I don't think the recipe suffered at all. This is one low cal recipe that sure doesn't taste like it. We will be having it often.