Christmas Ribbon Jello Salad

Bobbie Thompson


Wish I could say; This is MY own recipe… but I can't. My husband and I where discarding a few old books. And came across a 1970 Farm Journal Christmas Book. It was silly to keep the book, just for one recipe. So I copied the recipe, TRIED to take a photo form the book. It's a bit "time consuming", but worth it! ANd best part of it is; you don't have to wait until Christmas to make this!

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4 Hr
No-Cook or Other


6 oz
lime flavor jello
5 c
hot water
4 c
cold water
1 oz
3oz package lemon flavor jello
1/2 c
miniature marshmallows, cut into pieces
1 can(s)
pineapple juice, from canned pineapple
8 oz
cream cheese
1 can(s)
1 lb. 4 oz - crushed pineapple
1 c
heavy cream, whipped
1 c
6 oz
cherry flavored jello


1Dissolve Lime Jello in 2 cups, HOT water. Stir till dissolved. Add 2 cups, COLD water; stir. Pour into 14x10x2 glass pan. Chill until partially set
2Dissolve Lemon Jello in 1 cup HOT water in the top of a double boiler. Add marshmallows and stir to melt. (Make sure you have water boiling in the bottom pan of the double boiler… trust me, that helps!)
3Remove from heat. Add 1 cup drained pineapple juice from can of fruit; to cream cheese mix.
4Beat until well blended and stir in pineapple fruit. Cool slightly. Fold in whipped cream and mayonnaise. Chill until thickened.
5Pour pineapple mixture onto layer of Lime Jello. Chill until almost set.
6Dissolve Cherry Jello in 2 cups HOT water. Stir till dissolved. Add 2 cups COLD water. Stir. Chill until "syrupy". Pour Cherry Jello over pineapple layer. Chill till firm.

About this Recipe

Main Ingredient: Fruit
Regional Style: American