Berry Jello Salad

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Hello, everyone! Today I wanted to share with you a great spring recipe for Berry Jello Salad! It’s perfect for spring because it’s a tasty light dessert…plus it doesn’t have any strange ingredient in it like a lot of jello salads do. Wouldn’t you agree that light desserts just taste right this time of year?

 

I hope you all had a great Easter and are enjoying some beautiful spring weather where you live!! Here in Ohio our weather has been all kind of extremes…it even snowed this week. I can’t remember it ever snowing in the middle of April. Craziness! It’s been nice for a few days so I am hoping that the warm sunny weather is finally here to stay! It’s about time!?!

 

On warm sunny days I look forward to grilling out and light desserts like this Berry Jello Salad! Just look at that fruity deliciousness!

 

Berry Jello Salad is a perfect light and delicious spring dessert!  - Blissfully Ever After

 

Now doesn’t that look delicious?

 

I adapted this recipe from another favorite of mine – Orange Fluff Jello Salad! I always make it this time of year and it has become a family favorite. I like the Orange Jello Salad, but this berry version gives it a run for it’s money, for sure. Both are awesome and it really just boils down to if you are a berry or citrus lover!

 

We eat it for a dessert, but I know a lot of people eat jello salads as a side dish instead. You do whatever you wish!

 

I know jello salad can be a turn off to some and it’s no wonder why – there are some crazy ingredients hidden in some jello salads. That’s not the case for me or this jello salad. Rest assured it’s all “normal” dessert-type ingredients.

 

I once saw a lime jello salad with shredded carrots all through it at a dinner. Ummm…no thanks, I’ll pass on that one. Nasty! And don’t even get me started on jello salad with cottage cheese.  I’ve heard that it’s good, but I can’t get past the idea of it to even try it. It’s not for this girl.

 

Berry Jello Salad - Blissfully Ever After

 

This jello salad starts out with boiling vanilla pudding mix and raspberry jello with some water. It creates a nice thick fruity mixture. After that completely cools it’s time to get down to business by adding in some cream cheese, and that takes the creaminess up a notch.

 

Finally you fold in cool whip, berries, and mini marshmallows. And that’s it! It’s super simple to make!

 

I used frozen berries when I made it because the fresh at my grocery store didn’t look so good. If you have access to fresh berries, I would do that. If not, no biggie – just use frozen like I did.

 

This recipe is perfect for any picnic or spring get-together that you may have coming up! I hope you give it a try!

 

Berry Jello Salad - Blissfully Ever After

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    This sounds delicious and a GREAT idea for a nice dessert one night for the family. I will be making this soon. I need to look up the orange one too

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