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Cranberry-Orange Trifle

Cranberry-Orange Trifle recipe
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Cubes of cranberry gelatin and fat-free pound cake are layered with cinnamon-flavored vanilla pudding and mandarin oranges for a great holiday dessert.
time
prep:
25 min
total:
4 hr 25 min
servings
total:
16 servings
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posted:
11/19/2006
I did make this recipe. I am diabetic and used the sugar free-fat free jello and pudding and angel food cake. What a fresh pleasing flavor it has with the cinnimon. I and my husband and the company loved it. I didn't even tell anyone I used the sugar free ingrediants. :) I give it a 10. It's a keeper for sure.
posted:
11/14/2006
This is a great recipe. I did make one change, instead of adding the cold water to the jello, I added Whole Cranberry Sauce. The whole family loved it, even the little ones.
posted:
9/9/2005
EASILY AMD SIMPLE FOR WORKING MOTHERS.
posted:
1/25/2005
My kids liked it, but my husband and I did not. I felt the jello detracted from the overall taste, aside from the whole recipe being a little too complicated for my hectic schedule. If I did make something like this again, I would definitely use real fruit in place of the jello.
posted:
1/3/2005
We liked this very much. I am not sure if I will add the cinnamon the next time. If I make this another time of the year I will probably use another flavor of Jello, such as raspberry and then omit the cinnamon.
posted:
12/22/2004
This recipe is a keeper
posted:
11/28/2004
I love making trifle, and this one is a keeper. The addition of cinnamon to the pudding added a definite "harvest" flavor to it. We had it for Thanksgiving dessert, and it was a hit with everyone.
posted:
11/26/2004
This was a nice addition to the traditional pies at Thanksgiving. It was easy to make. The combination of cranberry, orange and the vanilla pudding made this dessert pleasing to the palate. I think the addition of sliced bananas would be tasty too.
posted:
12/24/2003
I got rave reviews on this one! I made it last week for a Christmas party and am making it this week for my family Christmas dinner. Most loved the lightness of this dessert.
posted:
12/1/2002
This Cranberry Orange Trifle was as light as a cloud..I used Angel food cake instead of the pound cake which made it even lighter..Great at Thanksgiving/Christmas time.
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