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- Ready In:
- Dissolve Jello in boiling water.
- Add strawberries and pineapple, undrained.
- Add whipped bananas.
- Pour half into 8X12 inch pan and chill until set.
- Spread sour cream over top and cover with remaining gelatin.
- Chill until firm.
- May Use Cool Whip.
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I did end up using cherry Jello, since I had it on hand and didn't want to go to the store (sleeting snow outside!)and used chunked pineapple that I processed. I was intrigued by the "whipped banana" and it made for a lovely velvety texture. I did not use the whole bag of strawberries, since my kids don't like a lot of chunks. My Jello set up very nicely (about two hours). I just cut a "sample" piece and it makes a truly luscious flavor! The cherry Jello tasted great and next time I'll use the strawberry. I plan to top with a dollop of Cool Whip. Thanks, Nimrod for a great recipe.
I'm always happy to find a new recipe for jello - and a great one at that! This is a refreshing dessert that is easy to prepare. The pineapple with strawberries and bananas is an excellent combination of fruit flavors. Next time I may use a smaller pan so that the jello squares will be thicker. Thanks for the recipe!