This is a recipe I have also except I add coconut and marshmellows. So yummy, I made this constantly during my last pg b/c I had such a sweet tooth. Super kid friendly--the only "salad" my 4 yr will touch.
Made in honor of my friend for the Think Pink Tag Event 2010. I've seen these salads before but usually with the addition of coconut and chopped nuts. I actually prefer it this way for a very light and refreshing dessert salad. I made as directed (used low-fat whipped topping and low-sugar pie filling) and it set up beautifully within 2 hours. I'll admit I've even eaten a serving as my breakfast today. Loved how super simple it was to make.
This is also my mom's recipe. She made it routinely for church pot-lucks and called it "Pink Stuff." I always loved it as a kid and as an adult still enjoy it. It's definitely a kid-pleaser and is super-easy to throw together for a last minute dessert.
This is also my mom's recipe. She was always asked to bring this dessert to family functions. We just called it Pink Stuff. Wonderful dessert. Thanks for posting.
This is way too sweet and not enough fruit. If I make it again I will only use 1/2 of the milk and more pineapple. Didn't use the coconut or marshmallows.
Very quick and easy!!! Like the previous reviewer, I also added coconut and mini marshmallows. Love the cherries in it. A nice blend of fruits in the salad. Made and prepared for 2008 Think Pink Breast Awareness Month.