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Orange-Cranberry Dream

Orange-Cranberry Dream recipe
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Fruity cranberry gelatin meets mandarin oranges and fluffy cream cheese in this impressive layered dessert.
15 min
4 hr 30 min
18 servings
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Wonderful! I even made individual sized crusts & they all turned out awesome. Love the whole berry cranberry addition. Also - I could only find sugar free cranberry jello, but no one seemed to care. :)
I can't miss it for the holidays.
This is a great recipe. I am always asked to bring it to family gatherings. This year I was asked to bring it again, and copies of the recipe for other family members.
I have made this recipe several times in the last few years. I have taken it to MIL's house for T-Day twice and it is always gobbled up. Sis doesn't like cranberry anything, but she loves this!!!
This is excellent! I had girls and guys of all ages passing it around at our camp last year and asking for it again!! I even made it at camp! We love it. I do change the jello flavor to cherry.
I forgot to mention that in addition to changing the cranberry sauce, and omitting the mandarin oranges, I used much, much less of the sugar than the recipie calls for; it calls for half a cup, but that is WAY too much. I used much less than even 1/8 of a cup (1/8 of a cup is a coffee scoop).
My husband and I love this recipe. He isn't a big sweet eater like I am, but he loved this recipe enough to want it twice in a 2-week period. I used all fat free and sugar free and even Splenda in the crust. Works well with strawberry jello as well as cranberry jello.
This recipe was very good and I have had family that I made it for ask me to make it again. The ingredients were very simple and it can be completed fairly quickly. The only set back is that the jello is only offered during the holiday season and I stocked up on it so that it can be made during another season!
This was truly a light, delightful dessert. I didn't have the whole berry cranberry sauce, so I drained the jelled one and used that instead. My husband is diabetic, so I used splenda for the sugar, and I used low fat graham crumbs and low fat cream cheese and the Sugar Free Jello. What a great recipe...make it for summertime, too.
Very nice summer dessert.
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