Growing up, my Mom almost always had some kind of fruit or jello salad on the table with dinner. It was always my favorite part of the meal because it was practically dessert! This recipe is different from any other fruit salads I’ve made but it tastes soooo good! Light and fluffy with chunks of berries. Mmmmm.
Raspberry Fluff (recipe from Six Sisters’ Stuff):
- 1 large pkg. Cook and Serve Vanilla Pudding
- 1 large pkg. raspberry Jello (I use the sugar-free kind)
- 2 c. water
- 1 tsp. lemon juice
- 1 16-oz Cool Whip (I use the lite kind)
- 2 cups raspberries (frozen is fine, just thaw in the fridge for a bit before)
Mix together pudding, Jello, water, and lemon juice in sauce pan over medium heat until in boils. Remove from heat and pour into bowl. Refrigerate until mixture has thickened, about an hour. Beat until creamy. Fold in Cool Whip and raspberries. Chill about an hour before serving. ENJOY!!
Tonya Adams says
This looks just like the jell-o salad my mom would always make. I’m excited to make it tonight. Keep up the great recipes!
I’m looking forward to trying this recipe. I was wondering if I can leave out the lemon juice as I’m allergic to all citrus fruits.
Hi Paula! Yes, you can absolutely leave out the lemon juice! It’s just as yummy without it. 🙂
Amanda Hyatt says
Do you think this would still be good if I made it a day before actually serving or do you think it would get watery? I’m making this for a birthday party, thanks for the recipe idea!
I think it would be okay to make a day ahead!
Lori S says
When making the raspberry fluff when u say beat it, do you do that by hand or with mixer.
With a hand mixer, Lori. Thanks for the question!
Lori S. says
Thanks for answering so quickly, can’t wait to have this for Thanksgiving.
Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family!
Happy Thanksgiving to you too, Lori!! 🙂
Can you use fresh razberries instead of frozen?
Hi Joni, yes! You can definitely use fresh raspberries in this recipe!