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This salad was amazing! Easy to make and very good. Everyone loves it. I have made it several times now and there is never any leftovers. I finally bought some creme de cassis and that makes it even better!

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Nurse_Kris July 02, 2010

My favorite jello salad! I've made it several times. It's refreshing and delicious! I like to serve it as a part of the main course (often for holidays), but it also, of course, works great as a dessert. Thank you so much for posting, Roxy.

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rochsann July 01, 2014

My grandchildren raved on this recipe!

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mjones154 April 11, 2014

Yum! This was spectacular! I didn't have a jello mold, so I just used a bundt pan and that worked really nicely too. It made for a lovely presentation with the berries in the middle (I used the raspberry jello and blueberries and strawberries inside the jello and then I put blackberries in the center) and it tasted even better than it looked. Thanks for the great recipe!

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CookieMonster2323 October 27, 2013

This jello has a lot of zing! I really liked the club soda in this. I will make this often using different berries, the kids loved it. I never would have thought of used the soda in place of the water....great idea. thank you for sharing this with us.

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mommyoffour October 05, 2009

A wonderful light dessert and almost no fat too! Delicious and versatile, could use any berries. I used blue berries, light raspberry jello, splenda sweetened cranraspberry juice and diet ginger ale, hope fully they all cut down on the sugar content. served it with some cool whip on top, looked very pretty. Thanks for posting.

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Derf July 11, 2009

This is a super easy and super delicious recipe! I has become one of my staple recipes to make! I usually use blueberries, strawberries, and blackberries. I put the fruit in the jello as soon as I pour it into a bowl - I don't wait till it sets a bit. I have never had a problem doing it that way b/c I usually then transfer the jello salad to a pretty bowl after it firms up. We love this stuff!!!!

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Angie in St. Charles January 23, 2009

I usually screw up jello salads. Roxygirl provides clearcut directions to make this foolproof. Add in tasty and attractive, and you have a five star recipe. Thanks for brightening up our dinner table.

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ladyfingers November 28, 2008

Yum! This is so refreshing and easy. I used light cran-raspberry juice, raspberry jell-o, diet Squirt, and frozen fruit. It looks so pretty and everyone is always so surprised at the flavor. I will definitely be making this again!

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Meg P May 12, 2008

Refreshing and easy to make... I used Sprite Zero in place on club soda only because the grocery store was to crowded and I could find it the quickest... was very good.

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Bea A Gal... April 27, 2008
Sparkling Berry Jello Salad