Strawberry-Banana Salad

"This is a refreshing tasty fruit/jello salad for any time of the year."
photo by CarolAT photo by CarolAT
photo by CarolAT
photo by threeovens photo by threeovens
Ready In:
8hrs 20mins




  • In a bowl, dissolve gelatin in water. Stir in strawberries, pineapple, bananas and nuts.
  • Pour half of the mixture into a 13" x 9" x 2" dish. Refrigerate for 1 hour or until set.
  • Set the remaining gelatin mixture aside.
  • Combine the sour cream, sugar and vanilla; mix well. Spread over the chilled gelatin. Spoon remaining gelatin mixture over top.
  • Chill overnight.

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  1. MomLuvs6
    Enjoyed this very much. This is very refreshing and tasty. Forgot the crushed pineapple, substituted 1/2 can of sliced pineapple that I cut up. Thank you. Made for ZWT 5, Zingo -Sultans of Spice.
  2. CarolAT
    Very tasty jello salad. I used sugar free strawberry jello and light sour cream to cut a few of the calories, but otherwise I followed the directions as written. The combination of all the fruits, nuts, and sour cream make this a very refreshing salad. Thanks for sharing your recipe. Made for ZWT5.
  3. Sydney Mike
    Was in the process of cleaning & freezing a big batch of fresh strawberries so used some of those for this recipe instead of some I still had frozen ~ THIS IS A REALLY GREAT, REFRESHING SALAD, what with the combo of fruits used! Putting this one with my keepers! [Tagged, made & reviewed in the ZINGO part of ZWT5]
  4. Darkhunter
    What a pretty salad. I put it together last night and had my neighbor over today with her 4 yo grandson, who went nuts over this! Thnx for posting, jkoch960. Made for ZWT5 for RRR.
  5. threeovens
    I made this into individual parfaits as in the photo. It was very fruity and pretty. Made for ZWT5.


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