Refreshingly satisfying! Fresh lemon, mango, and kiwi are fused with fluffy cool cream cheese, all sitting atop a yummy salty sweet pretzel crust…wow, what else can you say?! It always disappears with a quickness. Perfect for BBQs, holidays, pitch-ins, or just a tasty treat with a hot cup of tea. Enjoy!
Light and refreshing! Also very pretty.
This was a Christmas tradition at my Grandma Phillips’.
My mom always makes this for Thanksgiving and all of my siblings have carried on the tradition. The secret is in the topping.
This is the best finger gelatin recipe. I’ve been making it for many years. It’s simple to make, and kids love it! You can be very creative for parties or events by using cookie cutters to cut the gelatin. Enjoy! Use your favorite flavor of gelatin mix.
The name does not accurately describe this dessert but since it has been a family favorite for so many years I am loathe to change it. This is a light, child-friendly dessert we instituted for the children at Christmas. It is especially well-received after a heavy meal. You will be asked for seconds!
You can use any tea and any fruit zest, lemon would taste great. You can use banana instead of orange or whatever fruit you like or none at all for a smoother consistency. See what flavor combinations you like. If you like very sweet foods you will want to add sugar or honey to taste.
This is a simple, tasty, and colorful variation of a classic ambrosia salad. My son loves it; he keeps asking me when I’m going to make some more of that ‘marshmallow casserole’!
This is a favorite recipe that my Grandma makes for us. She freezes it, but my family prefers it just chilled in the refrigerator.
I’ve experimented with these a lot and have finally found a combination that comes out as stiff as gelatin desserts but are completely vegan. Works well as a substitute for gelatin in other recipes or just as treats on it’s own. Half of a cup of chilled juice can be replaced with your favorite liquor to make a cocktail.