Cran/Raspberry Jello Salad

Forget that pale pink stuff with canned fruit cocktail suspended in it. This is grownup jello. I usually make it at Christmas time, but it would be fine any time with chicken or turkey, or even with ham.

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8hrs 10mins
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  • Be sure that raspberries and pineapple are well drained. If too much liquid is left in them, the jello will not set up.
  • Mix the jello according to package directions, using the juices from the drained fruits as part of the cold liquid.
  • Stir in the remaining ingredients, breaking up the cranberry sauce well.
  • Put into a 9x13 pan and chill until set (Because of the amount of fruit, this takes awhile to set. Leaving it overnight is best).
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"Forget that pale pink stuff with canned fruit cocktail suspended in it. This is grownup jello. I usually make it at Christmas time, but it would be fine any time with chicken or turkey, or even with ham."
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  1. cvancamp
    This has become a holiday staple in our family. I have not drained the fruit in the past and that is probably why it did not set several years ago and we had raspberry/cranberry soup, which my son and niece still devoured. I will drain from now on but this will forever be called Raspberry Soup in our family, as that is how it is requested. Very pretty in a glass bowl as the pineapple makes it sparkle.
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  2. RicksWife
    This was wonderful! Such a nice change, and really yummy. It doesn't set up very firm, so serving with a spoon worked best for us. If I were planning to serve cut in a square on a lettuce leaf on individual side plates, I would probably add 1/2 envelope of plain gelatin to get it to be more firm. But it is yummy as is!!
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  3. myount19
    This is delicious!! Made this at my mom's house for Thanksgiving and everyone enjoyed. Thanks for something different for the holidays.
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  4. Jo Ann L
    Forget that pale pink stuff with canned fruit cocktail suspended in it. This is grownup jello. I usually make it at Christmas time, but it would be fine any time with chicken or turkey, or even with ham.
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