Lime Jello Salad Vintage Recipe


Lime Jello Salad Vintage Recipe

Lemon Lime Jello Salad:

Lime Jello Salad – Vintage Recipe
• 1 (6 ounce) package lime Jello (or two 3 ounce packages)
• 2 cups boiling water
• 1 (8 ounce) package cream cheese, room temperature
• 2 cups 7 UP, chilled
• 1 (8 ounce) can crushed pineapple
• 1 (12 ounce) container Cool Whip, thawed
1. Bring water to a boil and add Jello packet – while in pot. Mix well.
2. In a separate bowl, blend cream cheese.
3. Add dissolved Jello mixture to cream cheese in 3 batches, blending with a hand mixer between each addition. This is to help prevent lumps.
4. Add 7 UP and mix by hand.
5. Chill until mixture resembles egg whites or slime, about 30 – 60 minutes – this will vary depending on the temperature of the fridge, so check every 15 minutes or so.
6. When the mixture is thick but soupy, add cool whip and mix well by hand.
7. Add crushed pineapple and mix well.
8. Pour mixture into a 9×13 serving dish or Jello mold.
9. Chill till fully set.

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  1. You are such a sweet southern woman. Enjoyed your video. I had a recipe of a similar salad but I rember boiling pineapple juice with a cup of sugar. Now unless I'm dreaming cause I can't find any recipe like that on the internet. Keep up the good work. 💯❤️🙏🇺🇸

  2. 3:38 I did not notice anything until Calvin ratted you out! Yours came out so smooth and consistent, because you did it in batches. So many people try to do it in one big motion by putting all the Jell-O in it once and it leaves little bits of cream cheese throughout the Jell-O. In the 80s I used to do this in a ring molds for my grandmother at Christmas and she would decorate it with cherries to look like a wreath. I’m going to have to make this for my girlfriend’s family the next time they come over. Thank you for the wonderful reminder of a great recipe! PS: Some of my family have the Sugar, and it’s so nice to see that you can do this with diet soda and diet Jell-O.

  3. Thank you Marie for reminding me of jello desserts. I haven't done any for so long. This looked very good and it reminded me of something that my mom would have made and enjoyed. Hoping you and Calvin are having a good week and feeling all of the prayers going out for both of you. Mrs.Steve

  4. I love this recipe. I have never added the Sprite to mine. I make different variations though such as strawberry/banana jello with bananas and strawberries. Another is peach jello with a can of drained fruit cocktail. So, so good. You can also add chopped nuts to it.

  5. HELLO FRIENDS I like that you showed this using sugar free jello. We also use sugar free sprite/7UP. In our 3 generation family of 5 two of us are diabetic. We love our jello (sugar free) . This is one of our jello dessert favorites. PRAYERS FOR CALVIN for HEALING & GUIDANCE. GOD BLESS from Julie West Central Indiana Farmland ✝️🇺🇸😊🙏🚜