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Holiday Jello mold Recipe

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Anna Lawson


2 cans pitted cherries
1 large Lime Jello
1 large Cherry Jello
1 bag mini marshmallows
8 oz. cream cheese
1 can crushed pineapple
1 can jellied cranberry sauce
18 oz. cool whip
1 c. mayonaise
chopped nuts

Strain 2 cans of cherries, save the juice.
Place cherries on bottom of dish.
With the cherry juice, add just enough water to make 2 cups of liquid.
Boil the cherry/water liquid. Add the cherry jello.
Add the cranberry sauce, mix well until cranberry melts.
Pour over the cherries in the dish. Refrigerate over night.

Make the lime jello to package directions.
Add crushed pineapple(with juice) to jello.
Pour over cherry layer. Refrigerate overnight.

Soften cream cheese in microwave. Add mayonnaise, mix will.
Add cool whip, stir, add marshmallows, stir.
Spoon over green layer.

Sprinkle crushed nuts over top if desired.

Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:
Need to start this recipe a couple of days before you want it.
Recipe will fit in a 9x13 dish or two smaller dishes.

One of my favorites, would not be Thanksgiving or Christmas without it!




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