Friday, January 27, 2012

Strawberry Delight Jell-o Salad

 
My daughters coach hates chocolate.
(I know, she is crazy right?!) 
She would always ask me to make her this, as strawberries are her favorite.  I would just call it jell-o salad, but her would call it "Strawberry Delight Jell-o".  So Brittiany, this one if for you!
These are what you need.  Now lets get started.  I like to put the pineapple in the freezer for an hour.  That way it helps to get the jello to set up quicker.  I froze the Strawberries earlier in the Summer.
 1-6 oz package of Strawberry Jello. Cook with 1 cup of boiling water.  When the liquid is clear.  Remove from heat and add 1 cup of ice cold water.
Add frozen sliced strawberries, let them thaw.
Add diced Banana and cold pineapple.
Pour half of the Jell-o mixture in a 8X8 pan
Pictured is a 9X13 pan.  
I doubled the recipe. we were having a big group. 
With everything being cold, it will set up quickly.
Put in the refrigerator for about 15 minutes.  It should be firm enough to spoon over the sour cream.

I know you might be thinking... Sour Cream?  But with all the sweetness of the fruit and jell-o.  It really adds a nice flavor!

Spoon over the other half of the Jell-o 
over the sour cream.  
Place in the refrigerator to set up completely.
Enjoy!


Strawberry Delight Jell-o Salad
(recipe by http://twistedflavor.blogspot.com)
1-6 oz box Strawberry Jell-o
1 cup hot water
1-13 oz can of crushed pineapple
2 large ripe bananas
2-10 oz packages sliced Strawberries
1 cup ice cold water
1 cup sour cream




In a pot add 1 cup boiling water and jello mix.  Boil until the liquid is clear and everything has dissolved.  Remove from heat and add 1 cup ice cold water.  Add strawberries and stir until they have thawed.  Add pineapple and banana.  Spoon half the Jell-o in a 8X8 pan and refrigerate for 15 minutes.   If the pan with the remaining half starts to set up, just give it a little stir.  Spoon sour cream over the jello in the 8X8 pan and 
add remaining Jell-o from the pot.  
Refrigerate until firm.


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Enjoy!

Love,
Barbara


This is really pretty for holidays. 
Christmas, Thanksgiving and Valentines Day!