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Pretzel Congealed Salad Recipe

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First Layer - Cream - 1 cups crushed pretzels
cups sugar
1 sticks melted butter
cups chopped pecans

Second Layer - 1- 8 oz cream cheese
1- cup sugar
1- 8 oz cool whip

Third Layer - 2 small box raspberry jello
2 cups boiling water
1 pkg. frozen strawberries or mixed fruit

First Layer - Mix pretzels. pecans and sugar together - Spread melted butter on top and pack. Bake 350 -10 minutes and

Second Layer - Cream 8 oz cream cheese, sugar and cool whip. Spread over cooled pretzel mix.

Third Layer - Boil jello in water, add frozen strawberries or fruit. Place on top of cream cheese mixture.
(I put this mixture in the refrigerator until it cools a little. Be sure to spread on top of mixture before jello sets.)

You can substitute jello and fruits. I like the raspberry jello and mixed fruit.

Also, you can make this recipe a layer at a time. First layer (one day) second layer (next day or same day) and third layer (the 3rd day)

Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:
Great summer dish.




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