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Thread: Cream Cottage Cheese Salad

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    Cream Cottage Cheese Salad

    1 pint cottage cheese
    1 small pkg orange jello (dry)
    1 small can crushed pineapple (drained)
    1 can mandarin oranges (drained)
    1 small container cool whip

    Mix it all together and enjoy! This recipe is fast,easy and delicious!
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    I remember this recipe from when I was a kid. Our neighbor would make this for the neighborhood kids.

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    I've made this one for years too ... one of my favourite versions is to use lime jello!
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    Great recipe I have used it for years.............. any jello flavor and fruit works well I sometime also add min marshmallows

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    Yummy, that sounds good!
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    Thanks for sharing !!
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    I've made this also. It's an easy treat and equally tasty with other flavors and fruits. It was nice for you to call our attention to such a good recipe.

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    I like to make it with strawberry jello and strawberries and mandarin oranges...we call it... Pink Stuff...LOL

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    I have also added grated cheddar cheese, marshmallows,coconut and nuts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by #1piecemaker View Post
    1 pint cottage cheese
    1 small pkg orange jello (dry)
    1 small can crushed pineapple (drained)
    1 can mandarin oranges (drained)
    1 small container cool whip

    Mix it all together and enjoy! This recipe is fast,easy and delicious!
    Thanks for sharing, Gonna make it today!! Sounds delicious!!!

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    I make that all the time..
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    This is the best and easiest recipe. I usually use 2 cans of oranges. I also like it with lemon jello.

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    I use this when I need to take a salad some place as it makes a nice big salad and is quick and easy. If I don't have the orange I just use the pineapple and it is still good. This is one of those recipes you can change with different jello or different fruit and it comes out good!

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