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Layered Cranberry Mousse Mold

Layered Cranberry Mousse Mold recipe
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Cranberry gelatin and sauce give a double dose of flavor to this two-layer mold. One layer is lightened with whipped topping into a creamy mousse.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
5 hr 5 min
servings
total:
12 servings
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posted:
11/15/2012
Super easy recipe and very tasty, I used rasberry jello and it had very good flavor. Definitely make again!
posted:
11/23/2011
I have been making this since 03 or 04 and it has always been a hit. My daughters were either 2 or three the first time I made it and they have asked for it ever since. Now a family tradition. I never have any issues with getting out of the mold. The only problrm I ever has is that it always takes longer then 45 to set and more then 30 to add cool whip, but that is probably because there is always lots in fridge.
posted:
11/22/2011
Since the first time I made this recipe about 4 years ago, not a Thanksgiving goes by that it isn't requested. Everyone loves it! I leave out the cloves because I don't care for them and it is just delicious!
posted:
1/4/2011
We love this special dessert so much! I took the recipe to Germany where we live now and it is a huge hit here too ( although I can't buy canned cranberry sauce and have to substitute ) : )
posted:
11/28/2009
This was such a different and welcome change to boring old cranberry sauce! I attempted to make this for the first time this Thanksgiving, and it was wonderful and got rave reviews. I say I "attempted" it because the first time I made it, I didn't realize that my box of gelatin was only 3 oz. when the recipie called for 8 oz. Consequently, I had to make a last minute trip to the store and got the last three 3 oz. boxes of cranberry gelatin. I went ahead and used all 3 boxes and it worked out just fine. Also, I went light on the clove since my family doesn't taste that flavor often, and that worked out well, too.
posted:
11/17/2008
This will be my third year making this recipe. Everyone LOVES it. I don't usually like the cranberries much and yet, I am hooked on this one!
posted:
11/16/2008
The cloves add just the right spice, it is definitely the 'new' holiday favorite.
posted:
11/13/2008
I modified this recipe by adding chopped pecans to the first layer. Everyone raved about it and wanted copies of the recipe. It is now a favorite!
posted:
12/4/2007
I made this last year with the spices. It was terrible. This year I made it and totally omitted the spices -- wonderful!
posted:
11/21/2007
Delicious..I have so many requests for this recipe!!
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