I love fruit but sometimes it can get a little boring eating the same fruits every day. Sometimes you got to give fruit a little pizzaz and maybe get the kids excited too!
I want to share with you a very EASY fruit salad recipe that you can make that requires only a few ingredients and tastes delicious. For this recipe I used a couple cans of the Libby Fruit Salad (with no sugar added), a box of Jello and a tub of Cool Whip.
You might have already tried this recipe at one time or another. My daughter said it looks like the jello at school, but says mine tastes way better. Here is an easy recipe for this yummy fruit salad:
Easy Jello Fruit Salad Recipe With Libby
- 1 box of gelatin
- 2 cans of Libby Fruit Salad
- 1 tub of whipped topping
Create the gelatin per instructions on box and allow to cool at least 6-8 hours to firm.
Once jello is cooled, take a spoon and stir it around for a few seconds.
Add jello to large bowl, then add cans of fruit and whipped topping. Stir lightly to blend ingredients.
Or if you don’t want the cream, leave it out!
THat reminds me OH so much of my grama!! I don’t do fruit with jello but I’m weird. My gram made her fruit salad with jello for EVERY holiday. Makes my heart feel warm with the memories!
Beeb Ashcroft says
I don’t care what anyone says, I like Jell-O salad! Mmm! 🙂
This looks really good. I could definitely see using lo-calorie gelatin and low fat whipped cream to make it a low calorie snack.
We like cottage cheese with jello mix and pineapple. Sounds weird but it’s really good!
Mom Foodie says
I haven’t had Jello in ages.
Easy, and tasty! 🙂
Yum! Love how easy this is to put together
Ashley - Embracing Beauty says
I LOVE Libby’s vegetables but I had no idea they had fruit too. Thanks for this simple recipe!
I love it! Anything that is simple is good for me! I am going to whip this up for supper.
Liz @ A Nut in a Nutshell says
This reminds me of things my mom did when I was little. I want, I want, I want!
My son LOVES this stuff!
Jennifer The Quirky Momma says
This is so similar to a jello salad my momma used to make when I was a kid. Now I want one of my momma’s salads!
Marcie W. says
I really enjoy these types of fruit salads as an occasional treat! I’ve had some with marshmallow fluff added and walnuts as well.
Your recipe looks great, my Grandma always adds in cottage cheese.
Elaina- A Time Out for Mommy says
Looks so easy!
Penelope (NYC Blogger) says
It sounds refreshing
Thanks for the recipe! I have at least one more family potluck to go to this year and I may use this as my contribution.
I actually make my own gelatin.
I will definitely have to try this b/c we have some jello fruit salad fans in the house (though I am not one of them LOL)
Not a jello fan but loveee fruit!
I haven’t had that in forever. It’s so easy to make!
I’m not normally a fan of jello fruit salad but I have to admit this looks really yummy and very simple to make!
I’m not a fan of most jello salads but I would try this
Tricia Nightowlmama says
I make mine the same way and add coconut!! YUm
Looks like an easy and yummy treat.
Notorious Spinks says
Now that looks super easy. Not sure I can get Goo to eat it though.
The Rebel Chick says
That looks so fruity and delicious!