Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 0 mins

Sweet pudding Jello mix. Good for BBQ's


  1. Drain and reserve liquid from fruit. Add enough water to make two cups of liquid. Pour pudding mix & liquid into a pan.
  2. Cook until thickened, stir in dry Jello.
  3. Mix in pineapple and oranges.
  4. Chill.


Most Helpful

This recipe did not work for me. One does not "cook" instant pudding. Sorry. I ruined my salad but "remade it" using cook type pudding (2 packages of vanilla) 2 packages of orange jello, a large can of mandarin oranges, can of crushed pineapple and a can of pineapple chunks. The juice was 3 cups plus 1 cup water. Mix the jello and pudding together then add juice. Cook until it boils, is thickened and clear. Cool and then add fruit. Refrigerate several hours or overnite. I doubled the recipe as I was taking it to a pot luck affair. Came home with an empty bowl. Used sugar free in both pudding and jello.

WI Cheddarhead May 08, 2007

I tried this and it tasted funny. Maybe it wouldn't, if you used full-sugar versions of pudding and jello, but we didn't like the twang-and we eat sugar free all the time.

JohnsCutie March 19, 2007

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