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Whenever I make Gelatin Fluff [salad], I have this vision in my head of people breaking into song and dance while the people and the gelatin jiggle the afternoon away. How long does gelatin jiggle in the heat, though, really? And forget eating hot gelatin. That’s just…mmm…warm jiggly fruit drink. Sadly, no matter how many times I try to start one, a Jello flash mob never happens. Someone should call Kraft and set that up. While we’re waiting for the approval process, I encourage you to start your own kick line while your Jello cools in the first step.
It just occurred to me that many people might not know what Jello Fluff is. I didn’t. I was calling it that Jello-whipped-cream-fruity-stuff-with-marshmallows, only to be met with confused stares. Nobody I know knew that it is called fluff, but boy oh boy! Everyone remembers that fruity fluffy jiggly goodness peppered with fresh berries and multi-colored marshmallows.
I wrote this recipe a week ago, on July 4th, but I knew that it was far too late for people to make if I posted it on the holiday. Fortunately for me, there was a today in the not-toot-distant future, and I would be able to post it now. Why a week late? Well, because it’s “Eat Your Jello” day! Who wouldn’t want to start the wAvE for that?
I used what I had on hand that day, which was strawberry flavored and sugar free. That is not my favorite of the Jello flavors, and I’m not the biggest fan of anything emblazoned with the words sugar free on the box. Still, it was delicious and gone in seconds. The next time, though, I’m using any of the funky fruit flavors, something orange, or both (kick, ball change, glide, hands up, spin, yell for joy).
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- 1 Pkg Flavored Gelatin
- 1 Cup Boiling Water
- 2 Cups Ice Cubes
- 16 oz. Strawberries, hulled & rinsed
- 8 oz. Blueberries, rinsed
- 8 oz. Blackberries
- 8 oz. Whipped Cream
- 1 Cup Mini Marshmallows
Make gelatin according to quick-set instructions on the package. Should set in about 30 minutes.
In a large bowl, combine gelatin, whipped cream, marshmallows, and fruit.
Stir until fluffy.
Refrigerate for 2 hours.