Velma's Strawberry Cream Cheese Salad Mold

This is a variation of other strawberry cream cheese salad recipes, as it uses fewer ingredients, does not call for sour cream, and uses the small size Jello package. This is a wonderful brunch dish, especially when served with something like Recipe #319338. It's often used for showers, too. This recipe was given to me by a friend's mother many years ago. (Cooking time is chilling time.)

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  • Prepare jello according to package instructions. Have jello cold, but not set.
  • Blend cream cheese and cream till smooth. Add to jello. (Don't worry about any lumps of cream cheese that may be in the mixture. They are quite pretty - and tasty - in the final product!).
  • Add diced celery, drained pineapple, and nuts. Stir till well mixed.
  • Pour into mold and refrigerate until firm.
  • Note: if you're having a brunch or shower, consider serving this along side Recipe #319338 (Chicken Mold) - they are wonderful together!
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"This is a variation of other strawberry cream cheese salad recipes, as it uses fewer ingredients, does not call for sour cream, and uses the small size Jello package. This is a wonderful brunch dish, especially when served with something like Recipe #319338. It's often used for showers, too. This recipe was given to me by a friend's mother many years ago. (Cooking time is chilling time.)"
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  1. Cindy W.
    This is a variation of other strawberry cream cheese salad recipes, as it uses fewer ingredients, does not call for sour cream, and uses the small size Jello package. This is a wonderful brunch dish, especially when served with something like Recipe #319338. It's often used for showers, too. This recipe was given to me by a friend's mother many years ago. (Cooking time is chilling time.)
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