I was going to say the same recipe that JMFOGARTY11 said. I've only had it with Orange Jell-o though. It's good with Celery, pineapple, and pecans. My mother-in-law introduced me to this. It's only few calories, and very good.
Meghan Thomason, MT
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4/4/10 12:46 P
Today I tried out one of those 'crustless strawberry pie' recipes and it turned out really well. It used a little box of cook and serve sugar free vanilla jell-o pudding, and a little box of the sugar free strawberry jell-o and a pound of strawberries I chopped up.
I used 1 cup of milk and 1 cup of water (you can use 2 cups of water instead to cut calories, but I was hoping for more creaminess) to prepare the vanilla, then add the strawberry and mix it up and set it aside to start cooling. Put all the chopped up strawberry pieces in a pie dish and pour your mixture over them.
I was very happy with the results. It's almost certainly something I'll make again sometime.
Fitness Minutes: (3,173)
3/19/10 1:27 A
I love adding fruit to Jello....pineapple, tangerine, grapes, coconut etc...
To make a jello pudding.... Take a package of sugar free jello, any flavor. You use the hot water as instructed but replace the cold water with fat free plain yogurt. Refridgerate as usual. It is good, low calorie and good for you. Enjoy.
1 lg carton of FF cottage cheese - mix with 1 small pkg of favorite flavor of SF jello add in 1 small can drained crushed pineapple and mix in 1 carton whipped topping reg, SF, Light or FF...this helped me like cottage cheese when I was in jr high....
Lime jello (sm SF) 2 cups boiling water (I usally nuke in a 4 cup glass measuring cup with the jello in it but you have to watch it doesn't boil over). Add 1 lg pkg light cream cheese(softened) to a mixing bowl(big enough to mix & use to set) & slowly beat in jello add 1 can of drained crushed pineapple and put in fridge to set.
You can change up flavors and fruits/veggies/nuts to see what your favs are.
Edited by: JMFOGARTY11 at: 2/14/2010 (20:10)
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I love Jell-O! Especially the sugar-free Jell-O, it tastes great and so low in calories. I also like to make desserts with Jell-O and was wondering if anyone out there has a great one that you would like to share?
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