I used to have a great recipe for the holidays that I seem to have misplaced. It was a Jello recipe that actually uses cherry pie filling in it. Does anyone happen to have it or to know where I can find it again? It was a favorite of ours and it's just disappeared. I'd be grateful for any help I can get.
Thanks in advance!
Robin from Washington, IA
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By marge a. (Guest Post)11/15/2008
Lost my cherry jello, crushed pineapple, coke cola, cherry pie filling recipe and it is very good. Does any one have it ? Hope so, margelouise AT yahoo.com Thank you
By Ellen (Guest Post)11/20/2007
My grandma used to make one with two boxes of cherry jello. You soft-set the jello (it should be thick but still liquidy) then whip with a mixer, stir in cherry pie filling and mini marshmallows, then back into the fridge to hard set. Scoop into bowls and serve with whipped cream. The top will be fluffy (almost meringuey) with most of the marshmallows and the bottom will be more jello-y with the all the cherries in it.
By Shirley Turpin12/19/2005
Here's one that I have.
Black Cherry Jello
1 large pkg. black cherry Jello
1 can dark sweet cherry pie filling
8 ozs softened cream cheese
8 ozs sour cream
1/2 cup sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 cup chopped pecans
1 cup miniature marshmallows
Dissolve Jello in 2 cups hot water. Add pie filling and mix well Pour into 13"x9" glass pan. Chill until firm.
Mix softened cream cheese with sour cream. Gradually add sugar and
vanilla. Add pecans and marshmallows. Spoon on set Jello.
By MarySue 12/19/2005
I make it for xmas and for Valentines
Day. Small box of cherry jello
mix with 1 cup of hot water. Stir
in 1/2 cup of burgandy wine, add
cherry pie filling mix well and
pore into jello mold.
I have also made it with strawberry
jello/and pie filling but use a white
wine. Hope this helps.
By Mel (Guest Post)12/19/2005
Found one with Google, if it's the one you want: http://members.amaonline.com/nroger ... ristmas_cherry_salad_mold_recipe.htm
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