Orange Fluff 'n Jello Salad
This Orange Fluff 'n Jello Salad Recipe is a fun jello with fruit idea that will remind many of some of the popular desserts from the 60s and 70s. Jello is a recipe that was being eaten long before it was sold as the name Jell-O. Gelatin in the main ingredient in the Jell-O recipe. This tasteless, odorless protein comes from extracting collagen in animal connective tissue. This jello with fruit recipe combines all sorts of good ingredients from vanilla pudding, Jello, mini marshmallows, pineapple tidbits, mandarin oranges, and bananas. Our feature recipe today uses both Jell-O pudding and orange Jell-O. There are some tasty canned fruits in the mix along with cool whip for a super fluffy light dessert recipe idea. There is something fun about this jello with fruit recipe, and the addition of all that fruit makes for a healthy dessert recipe that not too sweet. This is one of the best jello recipes and pineapple desserts that will be loved by both young and old alike.
Pineapple chunks and pineapple juice are great additions to healthy stir fry recipes and stir fry sauce recipes. Pineapples are a fruit that can be eaten fresh, cooked, juiced, and preserved. Pineapples are found in a wide array of recipes from healthy stir-fry recipes to dessert recipes. In many warm tropical countries, the pineapple is prepared and sold on roadsides as a fresh snack. The pineapple fruit is sold whole or in halves with a stick inserted in the middle. You will also find chunks of pineapple that are used in dessert recipes like fruit salad recipes, jello with fruit recipes, best jello recipes, a recipe for pineapple dessert, pineapple desserts and more. Along with savory recipes, including pizza toppings and as a grilled ring on a hamburger. Crushed pineapple can be used in yogurt, jam, sweets, and ice cream.
This Jell-O product and then company went through a succession of entrepreneurs and owners. None of these first developers had much success, but then it all changed. By 1925, the Jell-O Company was owned by the Postum Cereal Company Inc. This would later become General Foods Inc. Today Jello-O is manufactured by Kraft/General Foods. Some jello trivia. The first flavors were strawberry, lemon, orange, raspberry, and lime. Through brilliant advertising and marketing skills, appealing slogans and jingles, Jell-O, as we know, became a part of history. There are currently 28 flavors of Jell-O. That gives you a lot of options for colors and flavors. There are also many desserts that are made using Jell-O.
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Nutrition Facts of Easy Orange Fluff Jello Salad from Six Sisters Stuff
Ingredients: Vanilla pudding, orange jell-o, water, cool whip, mini marshmallows, canned pineapple tidbits, canned mandarin oranges, bananas.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 8 servings *Per Serving: Calories 486, Calories from Fat 132, Total Fat 14.7g 23%, Saturated Fat 12.5g 63%, Cholesterol 0mg 0%, Sodium 360mg 15%, Potassium 276mg 8%, Carbohydrates 86.5g 29%, Dietary Fiber 1.7g 7%, Sugars 73.7g, Protein 3.1g, Vitamin A 15%, Vitamin C 56%, Calcium 3%, Iron 3%
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