Triple Fruited Jello Salad

Total Time
7hrs 15mins
Prep 15 mins
Cook 7 hrs

This simple jello fruit salad has lots of flavor. It looks best when served in fancy glasses. The size of the glass will determine how many servings you get.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. In a bowl, mix the boiling water and the strawberry jello mix.
  2. Once blended, add the pomegranate juice and place in the fridge for 60 minutes.
  3. Remove the jell from the fridge (the jello should be slightly thick, if still runny place back in fridge another 30 minutes).
  4. When ready add the strawberries to the jello.
  5. Next pour the jello and strawberry mixture into your chosen number of glasses.
  6. Place the glasses back into the fridge to continue setting for about 30 minutes.
  7. While the strawberry jello finishes setting, start the lime jello.
  8. Add the boiling water and lime jello mix into a bowl and blend well.
  9. Next add the cold key lime juice and stir.
  10. Now add the cold milk, stir and place the bowl in the fridge for 60 minutes. (again, the jello should be slightly thick but not completely set).
  11. Place the lime jello mixture on top of the strawberry jello and place the glasses back into the fridge to finish setting about 30 minutes longer.
  12. Now you can make the final layer of jello.
  13. Add the boiling water and orange jello mix into your bowl and blend well.
  14. Then add the cold blood orange juice to the mixture and place the bowl in the fridge for 60 minutes, once the jello has slightly thicken you can add your orange chunks into the jello.
  15. Next place the orange jello mixture on top of the lime jello.
  16. Let this sit uncovered, for about 3 hours in the fridge to completely set.
  17. When ready to serve the jello, add the honey and lime rind to the whipping cream and whip.
  18. Finally add a spoonful of the whipped cream to jello and top with a sprinkling of pecans.
Most Helpful

4 5

We made this last night. It takes a lot of prep, but was worth it for the "wow" factor. The one thing is that when you mix the lime gelatin and the key lime juice, it's a very strong flavor. And the milk should be added when that combination has cooled. I followed the directions and my milk curdled. It's an impressive presentation, and with adding more water and less key lime juice, I feel it would be perfect. Thanks for this great jello parfait.

5 5

I enjoy almost all jello recipes & this one is no exception! Was going to cut back on the lime juice, then didn't, & although the flavor of the lime is intense, I was most happy with it! Even managed to find blood oranges at a local farmers' market! I actually divided all this between 4 large glass containers & it was a GREAT HIT! Thanks for sharing! [Made & reviewed for one of my group's members in the Aus/NZ Recipe Swap #17]