Apple Salad, An Old Fashioned Jello Gellatin Favorite

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This apple salad is delicious! It is so tart and sweet and even a little sour from the cream cheese. All these rev up those taste buds and have them wanting more. I hope you try this recipe soon.
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12 Replies to “Apple Salad, An Old Fashioned Jello Gellatin Favorite”

  1. OM…gosh, that looks good! Back in the 1960s my Aunt used to make something of the same omitting the apples she just used drained fruit cocktail also adding about 1/2 container cottage cheese along with cream cheese.Yum! ????????☕❤

  2. That look so delicious. I’ll have to make it instead of the usual Watergate Salad ????????????

  3. BTW, this recipe will be on our Easter table! Looking forward to it! Thanks so much!

  4. Tammy, just a few days ago, I was telling my husband about the Jello recipes from the 1950s. We were both born in the 60s.
    He thought I was making up crazy stuff. ????
    I'm a fan of vintage cookbooks, so I had to show him the savory Jello recipes that were really in cookbooks. Lime Jello salad with salmon or tuna.
    Tomato Jello with cheese and beef.
    We had fun discussing it. One or more of these recipes will be on our table soon.
    I adore visiting bygone eras through food. We are currently working our way through 18th century America. Martha Washington's recipes were among some of the first American recipes that were written down.

  5. Grapes are sold by the pound, not the package, so all you have to do is put the amount you want in a produce bag and weigh them at the register. Any fruit that tastes good has a good bit of sugar, otherwise you have to add sugar to be able to eat it (like cranberries). However, fresh fruit contains fiber and vitamins, so it is much better to eat it than a dessert. Most balanced diets include fruit every day.

  6. ???? Hi Tammy, this salad sounds very delicious, so I think I'm going to try it out because I like all the ingredients in it. Thanks for sharing ????????

  7. I miss the days of jello salads and desserts. I was a kid in the 80s, and we had jello all the time. It's also so good for your hair, skin, and nails.

  8. When I buy grapes to put in my chicken salad, I buy them from the salad bar at Ingles. Also, if I do buy grapes in the bag, I take out most of them because we won't eat them all. They are sold by weight, so you don't have to buy the whole bag. ????

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