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Cranberry Jell-O Mold


This recipe was a huge hit in our house. Not only was it fun to make, but it was fun to eat too, and it puts a different spin on Jell-O. We have made several different versions since discovering this recipe. It doesn’t matter the flavor of the Jell-O or the fruit you put inside because this recipe will be a hit! I suggest making it up several days before you need it because it takes a bit of time to set.

I love making it for Thanksgiving. Cranberry juice with cranberries, apples, and pineapple. Not that is a delicious recipe for fun food!
Ingredients:
·         2 small packages of Raspberry Jell-O (I used black cherry)
·         2 cups boiling water
·         8 oz. can of crushed pineapple
·         1 can of whole cranberry sauce
·         1/2 cup red wine (I guess you could substitute grape juice)
·         1/3 cup chopped walnuts
Directions:
  1. Mix it all (except for the nuts) together and pour into a mold.
  2. Refrigerate.
  3. Sprinkle with the walnuts when Jell-O starts to set, but isn’t firm (after an hour or two, so they don’t sink to the bottom
  4. Serve and enjoy!

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3 thoughts on “Cranberry Jell-O Mold”

  1. you coming to my blog before i had a chnce to email you was just too cute!!LOL, happy friday to you, too!congrats on the bloggy award!~samantha have sippy will travel

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