Jello Pear Salad

Leanne D.


This is one of the first dishes I made growing up, my Father loved it so of course,I made it often.I still make it since I love it too!
The dollop of cottage cheese is optional but I usually add it,I love cottage cheese!


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No-Cook or Other


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    small box of lime jello
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    1 c boiling water
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    1/2 c ginger ale
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    1/2 c pear juice(from the canned pears)
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    1 c canned pears
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    cottage cheese, optional

How to Make Jello Pear Salad


  1. Dissolve the Jello in boiling water. Drain pears,add the ginger ale and pear juice, and chill until thick.
    Chop the pears in bite size pieces .
    When Jello is thickened, add the pears. Chill until firm. Add a dollop of cottage cheese if you like.

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About Jello Pear Salad

Course/Dish: Gelatin Salads
Main Ingredient: Fruit
Regional Style: American

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