" Sangria" Fruit Cups (Non-Alcoholic)

"A wonderful light dessert recipe from the people at Kraft Canada and adapted by me to be feed a few more. VERY tasty. (Cooking time is refrigeration time)"
photo by Swan Valley Tammi photo by Swan Valley Tammi
photo by Swan Valley Tammi
photo by Swan Valley Tammi photo by Swan Valley Tammi
photo by Swan Valley Tammi photo by Swan Valley Tammi
Ready In:
4hrs 20mins




  • Bring orange juice to a boil. Add to jelly powders in a medium bowl; stir at least 2 minutes until jelly is completely dissolved. Add cold water.
  • Spoon fruit into 12 clear cups and pour jelly mixture over fruit.
  • Refrigerate at least 4 hours or until set. Top with whipped topping just before serving.
  • Store leftovers in refrigerator.

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  1. I couldn't resist even though it is fall! I was able to find pretty good nectarines so it was fine. This is so intensely fruity and refreshing. I love the fresh fruit chunks. Delicious with/without Cool Whip. I used four dessert glasses and the rest fit (to the top) of a 9 inch square pan. Thanks Tammi, for another great recipe. Roxygirl


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