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from Yardley, PA, USA There was a request for this recipe on the bulletin board. I've never even heard of type of salad but it seems fairly popular! The wording from this recipe was taken from www.movinon.net: No one will believe what is in this. Great for pot luck dinners or seasonal meals. Color can be changed according to which flavor jello you use. Read on! 2 cups buttermilk ** 1 large box of Jello (can use sugar free) 1 large can crushed pineapple 1-8 ounce package of dairy topping, thawed (such as cool whip)** Pour pineapple with the juice in saucepan, add jello. Heat, stirring constantly until jello crystals leave spoon. Do not boil. After jello disolves, remove from heat and cool slightly. Add 2 cups buttermilk; stir. Fold in 8 ounce package of thawed cool whip. Fold until well mixed and color is even.Place in 8 X 2 dish and refrigerate. Serves 16. ** May use fat free buttermilk and dairy topping Good as accompanying salad or as desert. I use Strawberry Jello for Valentines, Christmas or whenever reddish or pink color wanted and use orange or lime for spring or when orange or green color desired. Option: If space is limited-cut recipe in half by using a small box of jello, 1 cup buttermilk, small can pineapple and 1/2 of an 8 ounce cool whip container.

Buttermilk Salad


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from Yardley, PA, USA

There was a request for this recipe on the bulletin board. I've never even heard of type of salad but it seems fairly popular! The wording from this recipe was taken from www.movinon.net:

No one will believe what is in this. Great for
pot luck dinners or seasonal meals. Color can be changed according to which flavor jello you use. Read on!
2 cups
buttermilk **
1 large box of Jello (can use
sugar free)
1 large can crushed
pineapple
1-8 ounce package of dairy topping, thawed (such as cool
whip)**

Pour
pineapple with the juice in saucepan, add jello. Heat,
stirring constantly until jello
crystals leave spoon. Do not boil. After jello disolves, remove from heat and cool slightly. Add 2 cups buttermilk; stir. Fold in 8 ounce package of thawed cool whip. Fold until well mixed and color is even.Place in 8 X 2 dish and refrigerate. Serves 16.

** May use
fat free buttermilk and dairy topping

Good as accompanying salad or as desert. I use
Strawberry Jello for Valentines, Christmas or whenever reddish or pink color wanted and use orange or lime for spring or when orange or green color desired.

Option: If space is limited-cut recipe in half by using a small box of jello, 1 cup
buttermilk, small can pineapple and 1/2 of an 8 ounce cool whip container.



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from Danville, CA, United States wrote:0  0

We also "lost" this recipe and I was thrilled to find it on-line. It's yummy!
5 starsFebruary 8, 2003


from Gainestown, AL, United States wrote:0  0

I have made this salad many times and it is great .I moved and had lost this recipe and just by luck you had it on the net. It is good to make around Christmas. I aways used all low fat when I make the salad.It's really easy to make and it's great to eat
5 starsAugust 22, 2001


 
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