1 package (3oz.) each Jell-O Lemon, Lime, and Raspberry Gelatins
3 cups boiling water
1cup miniature or diced marshmallows
11/2 cups cold water
2 packages (3oz. each) cream cheese softened
½ cup mayonnaise
1cup whipping cream
1 can (1lb.41/2 oz.) crushed pineapple
Dissolve Jell-O Gelatin flavors separately, using 1 cup boiling water
for each. Stir marshmallows into lemon gelatin; set aside. Add ¾
cup cold water to lime gelatin; pour into a 13x9x2-inch pan. Chill
until set, but not firm. Add ¾ cup cold water to raspberry
gelatin; set aside at room temperature. Then add cream cheese to lemon
mixture; beat until blended. Chill until slightly thickened. Then bend
in mayonnaise, whipped cream, and crushed pineapple. Chill until very
thick; spoon gently over lime gelatin. Chill until set, but not firm.
Meanwhile, chill raspberry gelatin until thickened; pour over lemon
gelatin. Chill until firm. To serve, cut into squares. Makes about 10
cups, or 12 to 15 servings.
NOTE: If deeper green and red layers are desired, use 6-0z. packages
Jell-O Lime and Raspberry Gelatins and 2 cups boiling water and 11/2
cups cold water for each large package.
Large pkg. Yellow jello
Large pkg. Green jello
Cinnamon, or oreo crumbs.
Toys, such as rubber alligator, plastic plants, small dinosaurs....
Mix green jello according to package. Pour into a large, preferably
clear casserole dish. Swirl in a little cinnamon and cookie crumbs for
sludge, if you like. Place (washed) toys where you think they
will give the greatest effect. Once green has set up, pour
prepared yellow jello over all. Decorate with parsley or other edible
greenery, if you like.
Pharoah's Army Jello
1 pkg. lime jello
1 1/2 cups boiling water
1/2 c. pear juice
1/4 tsp. salt
1/4 tsp. ginger
1 tsp. vinegar or lemon juice
2 cups diced canned pears
1 pkg. cream cheese
Dissolve jello in boiling water. Add pear juice, salt and vinegar. Pour
half of it into a mold and chill. Let other stand until it gets al
jelly-like. Beat in cheese and ginger, fold in pears. Add on top
of other layer. Also called "Under-the-Sea" jello by those who have