10 Jello Recipes for Dessert

10 Jello Recipes for Dessert

Jello is such a simple and inexpensive food, and yet it's a staple at many family dinners and holiday meals! Why? Because jello recipes taste good and brings back memories of childhood. No matter what your favorite jello flavor is, we've got the perfect dessert options for you!

Jello Recipes: Salads

Orange Jello Cool Whip Salad - This recipe is so simple, but so good! Everyone that tries this salad wants the recipe. I hope you try it. Enjoy!

7 Up Salad - Everyone who has tried this Jello dish loves it. I use lemon Jello, but you can use whatever kind you like best.

Wood Family's Seafoom Green Salad - This seafoam green colored salad is pear flavored and made from Jello, cream cheese, and Cool Whip! It makes a very yummy side dish! This has become a staple at our family's Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter dinners.

Jello Recipes: Cakes

Simple Jello Cake - This recipe makes a plain cake taste fun 'n' fruity!

Strawberry Jello Cake - A pleasing dessert that will satisfy the strawberry lover's sweet tooth.

Jello Surprise Cake - This is a very light refreshing cake that is wonderful for summer meals.

Jello Recipes: Just for Fun

Chocolate Apricot Mold - This dessert makes a beautiful centerpiece on your table!

Raspberry Ecstasy - This delicious raspberry Jell-O recipe is a must try!  I use it as a dessert for heavier meals or as a side for summer get togethers. This is incredibly easy to make. The flavors meld together to make an outstanding taste sensation.

Jammin' Jello Surprise - This is always a bit hit at gatherings. It is a light, cool and low fat dessert in which you can mix and match fruits and jello flavors to make it even more special. Add fresh fruit to the center to dress it up.

Easy Rhubarb Jam - This easy jam recipe is a bit of a short cut using Jell-O, but the fresh rhubarb flavor shines through.

Reviews (1)

  • I have a question. I had a recipe for Sunset Salad which was very old. It was made with lemon Jello, ground carrots, pineapple juice and crushed pineapple. I still have the dressing recipe, but have lost the salad one. Does anyone know of this recipe? If so, please e-mail me at noconnell@maine.rr.com. Thank you,

    dearcat

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