Lime Jello Salad

Here’s another Jello salad monstrosity. I’m sorry, but it just sounds horrible. It’s the marshmallows. My mom makes a version of this without the marshmallows and cream, just lime Jello and cottage cheese.

It’s worth noting that this is written on what appears to be a price tag or something similar. The back of this card has the name Worthing in stylized script and indicates that whatever it was is made in Hong Kong. The tag is about 3″ high by 2″ wide.

Lime Jello Salad

1 pkg Lime Jello

1 1/2 c water

whip when partially set

1 c whipped cream

1 lb cottage cheese

20 marshmallows – cut

Have used only 10 marshmallows, 1/2 c plain cream & 1/2 c mayonnaise

5 thoughts on “Lime Jello Salad

  1. I don’t like the marshmallows either. My lime jello was made with diet jello, cottage cheese, pineapple, horseradish (yes!), and was loved by almost everyone who ate it. Marshmallows in jello salad is kind of an eastern thing. I still see recipes with them included (particularly large volume recipe like you would make for a church supper.)

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