Gelatin Salads

Brighten your Easter table with a jiggly jello salad. Filled with tropical fruit, crunchy with nuts, or layered in festive colors, our jello salad recipes are sure to make your Easter guests smile.

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Blushing Berries

Family Circle

Berry season is bonus time for dieters because it is so easy to use them in low-calorie desserts. For this fat-free recipe, sliced strawberries are folded into a gelatin mixture laced with rose wine.

Creamy Strawberry Salad

Taste of the South
Total: 4 hrs 10 mins

Tropical Congealed Salad

Taste of the South
Total: 5 hrs 5 mins

Strawberry Congealed Salad

Taste of the South
Total: 3 hrs 30 mins

Pear-Lime Salad

Diabetic Living

Lime juice and peel lend a refreshing tang to this creamy low fat gelatin salad recipe.

Total: 8 hrs 20 mins

Double-Berry Cooler

Diabetic Living

This refreshing gelatin dessert combines fresh blackberries or blueberries with strawberries and fruity juice. It's also a nice summer snack.

Total: 8 hrs 20 mins
Total: 4 hrs 10 mins

Scott's Holiday Salad

Better Homes and Gardens

This favorite holiday gelatin salad combines cucumber, green onion, and celery.

Strawberry Pretzel Salad

Better Homes and Gardens

Strawberry Pretzel Salad

Midwest Living

Molded Grapefruit Salad

Better Homes and Gardens

A molded gelatin salad makes an appearance at many Christmas dinners. This version is full of citrus fruit and pecans.

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