Prep 12 mins
Cook 0 mins
This is very good! The raspberry flavor is intense.
Make and share this Raspberry Rave recipe from Food.com.
- 2 (566.99 g) packagefrozen red raspberries, in syrup,thawed
- 566.99 g can crushed pineapple
- 2 (170.09 g) package raspberry gelatin powder
- 236.59 ml boiling water
- 236.59 ml sour cream
- In sieve, drain berries and pineapple over a bowl.
- Press the fruit with spoon until you have 2 cups juice.
- In med bowl, dissolve the gelatin in the boiling water.
- Stir in the 2 cups of juice, the fruit, and the sour cream until blended well.
- Pour into serving bowl and chill until firm.
Raspberry Rave is the perfect name for this dessert! I love raspberries and this dessert is fantastic! It looked so good after I put it together that I simply had to taste it. To be truthful, I simply couldn't stop! I can't wait for it to chill so I can taste it cold! I couldn't get quite 2 cups of juice from the fruit, so I added 1/4 pineapple juice to make the full 2 cups. Great work, Inez! This one is definitely a keeper! Truly Scrumptious!
Individual raspberries are not all that exciting. Mash or puree them and they come alive. Add pineapple, raspberry jello and sour cream you have a flavor explosion! I used sugar free jello and topped it with light Cool Whip. You could also use light sour cream if you want to reduce the fat content. So addictive! I think next, I might try half the recipe, poured into a chocolate cookie crumb crust.
Oh boy! Was intense said? This is great! I made it with sugar free raspberry jello and low fat sour cream, and it turned out fantastic. I only made half of the recipe and even that made quite a bit. This is a wonderful light dessert. I bet it would be good with strawberries or any kind of berry. This recipe was one of my Thanksgiving recipes this year, and will be for years to come! Thanks Inez.