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Mom Foote's Yummy Christmas Salad (Red/White/Green)or Red/White/Blue Recipe

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
Carol Hellewell
Added: Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Category:
Category:

Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
1 large green (or blue) Jello

2 lb (bag) little marshmallows
1 8 oz. Pkg. Philadelphia Cream Cheese
1 cup whipping cream (whipped to peaks don= t add sugar or vanilla)
1 cup crushed pineapple
2 cup mayonnaise (Shirley thinks this is whiter) or Miracle Whip
1 small pkg. Lemon Jello

1 large red Jello

Directions:
Directions:
Set 1 large green pkg. Jello in clear 9X13 dish first if doing red white and green(use really cold water and it should only take 2 - 1 hr.)

The white part(either make two or half this recipe).
Drain pineapple and keep juice add enough water to drained pineapple to make 2 cups. Heat to boiling. Remove from heat and add lemon jello and marshmallows-stir consistently till dissolved. Let mixture set till partially set. In another bowl mix mayonnaise & cream cheese thoroughly. Add crushed pineapple. Add this to jello, H2O, juice and marshmallow. Beat whipping cream till stiff(adding no sugar /vanilla) an fold into white mixture. Set. Pour onto well set colored jello.( blue or green or any color). For 9X13 use 1 big pkg jello and a little less water and set well. I would let green and white set overnight then add last color. Just make sure it is cool before pouring on white or it will bubble up. Pour on top red jello and let set (if you use iced cubed cold water it should only take 1 hr.
This last layer spilled all over my floor as I put it in the refrigerator, I would try to pour in on while the other colors (blue & white) are already setting in the fridge-just pull dish out a little.

Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:
Good luck with our new jello- I ve had some that didn't set up. I use a little less water.

 

 

 

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