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Nutritional Info
  • Servings Per Recipe: 4
  • Amount Per Serving
  • Calories: 145.0
  • Total Fat: 1.5 g
  • Cholesterol: 10.0 mg
  • Sodium: 416.6 mg
  • Total Carbs: 20.0 g
  • Dietary Fiber: 0.5 g
  • Protein: 15.8 g

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Tropical Jello Salad

Submitted by: MAMA2ELLA
Tropical Jello Salad

Introduction

We have this every holiday,and I don't know where the recipe actually came from. Basically it's a fruit salad with a twist. We have this every holiday,and I don't know where the recipe actually came from. Basically it's a fruit salad with a twist.
Number of Servings: 4

Ingredients

    1 can tropical fruit cocktail, drained
    1 package of sugar free jello (orange is best for this recipe, as it gives it a creamsicle taste)
    1 container of lite cool whip
    2 c. fat free cottage cheese (you can mush it up if you'd like a smoother texture, but either way it's fine)


Directions

Drain the tropical fruit and put it in a bowl. Add the whipped cream, unmade jello mix, and the cream cheese. For a smoother texture, you can slightly blend the cottage cheese. Refrigerate for about and hour, the mixture will solidify. Enjoy!

You can also do this with regular fruit cocktail and any flavor of sugar free jello.






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  • very good i have both made it with andwithout cottage cheese - 1/10/11

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  • I make this wil buttermilk instead of cottage cheese. I use crushed pineapple and mandarin oranges. Very delicious - 8/20/10

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  • We Usually Call it pink stuff because my mom usually uses strawberry jello or raspberry. =) - 9/17/09

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  • ICanHearNow:
    Mix dry jello with coolwhip, then the cottage cheese, and last the fruit. I use less coolwhip and small curd cottage cheese, but that's my personal preference. My mom uses large curd and 3/4 container coolwhip
    - 8/20/09

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  • Check your calories. she only calculated 1 cup of fruit and 4 servings of cool whip. The calories are higher. - 8/1/08

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  • Very good!! - 6/13/08

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  • I made it this easter and even my mom in law loved it.I used the free cool whip and ,raspberry jello,cottage cheese and some fresh strawberries - 3/25/08

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  • I have made this with mandarin oranges and pineapples!! Great for breakfast too!! - 9/17/07

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  • nice in pinch, when you need a pot luck dish and you were ask to bring fruit salad. - 7/1/07

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  • I'm sure that this is delicious, but this recipe doen't belong in the vegetarian section as gelatin ("jello") is an animal product. - 5/29/07

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  • I'm not a dessert person, but I tried this and it's very refreshing. - 4/2/07

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  • had this three times, each time with fat free whipped topping and whatever fresh fruit I had..tastes great and very nutritious..satisties that sweet tooth big time! - 3/28/07

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  • Added some real fruits and it was wonderful - 3/21/07

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  • I use the fat free cool whip also and this turns out very well. This is also great with any fruit - canned cherries are great! - 3/21/07

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  • I do love this. I've had it around the holiday season, too, and it's true that you can use whatever flavors and fruits you want. I'd use fat free whipped topping for mine. - 3/21/07

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