Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Pretty Christmas Jello Dessert (that's calorie friendly)

Doesn't this dessert look so festive!
Made with just three ingredients, and if your use sugar-free Jell-O and light whipped topping, it won't do any harm to your waistline.
I posted this a long time ago but sharing again because it is such a great treat when we are tempted by so many high-octane desserts at this time of year. 


1 package (3oz) Jello-O brand gelatin, any flavor
1 cup sliced fresh fruit
1 cup thawed Cool Whip whipped topping


Prepare gelatin according to package directions. Chill until slightly thickened. Set aside 1/3 cup. Add fruit to remaining gelatin; spoon into 4 to 5 glasses. Chill glasses at an angle until jello is set.

Meanwhile, fold whipped topping into measured (1/3 cup) gelatin. Spoon topping mixture into glasses of set jello. Chill. Garnish with tiny mint leaves, if desired.

{try substituting fresh raspberries or well drained canned peaches for the strawberries and your favorite jello flavor.  Lime jello with sliced bananas sounds good too}
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Melissa @ My Recent Favorite Books said...

Such a lovely dessert! =)
Thanks for sharing, I need to try this soon.

Have a great week!

Winnie said...

Eye-catching dessert, and mouth-watering too
These look soooooooooo pretty!!

Ann Thompson said...

oh my that is a pretty dessert. I can certainly use calorie friendly too :)

Susan said...

That looks so LOVELY,LDH. Will have to try that. Thanks for the recipe. Susan

marie said...

These are so pretty...and festive too!

Catherine said...

Such a beautiful and delicious dessert for the holiday. Catherine

Carol Z said...

This is a keeper. I'm trying to eat more carefully, but sometimes fruit alone doesn't really work for me. It looks so pretty, too.

Lynn said...

Has my vote for the prettiest dessert in Blogland:@)

Debbie Huffaker said...

I need lots of ideas that are calorie friendly. I think the pretty presentation helps, too.

Maggie Ann said...

Oh how elegant....and delicious I'm sure! I want to eat it right now...lol

Debby Ray said...

Yes...elegant...that's the word I'd use too to discribe this, Lorraine...simple, yet elegant!!

podso said...

So pretty and delicious looking.

Linda @ Life and Linda said...

What a perfectly delightful dessert. So pretty andd yummy. Have a fantastic day.

Cattails said...

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Just a little something from Judy said...

My list is endless in the things I learn from you. This is just the prettiest dessert, and one I would not feel guilty eating. Thanks so much for sharing how it done. I would love bringing a tray those desserts to my guests. I love all that you share.


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