Roasted Raspberries Roasted raspberries are delicious. A little more delicate than strawberries therefore, raspberries need to be handled with care. A few easy steps are all that is needed to ensure the best roasted raspberries. Roasting time is between 10-12 minutes and remember to gently shake …
Raspberry Streusel Bars Raspberry Streusel Bars have a buttery pecan shortbread crust and a fruity filling made with raspberry preserves. They are a cinch to make and beyond delicious. Everyone who has tried these easy and simple bars, loves them. Made with very few ingredients, raspberry streusel bars can …
Raspberry Jello with Marshmallow Drizzle
Raspberry Jello with Marshmallow Drizzle is super easy to make and super delicious to eat. A jar of applesauce, one small box of raspberry flavored jello, and a container of frozen red raspberries in syrup are combined together to make a delicious and fruity jello salad. My grandson loved this salad! In fact he ate most of it. The marshmallow drizzle takes this jello over the top and will have you asking for more too.
My family loves a good jell-o salad and I try to make a “new” flavor each year at Thanksgiving. This is one of those recipes. The recipes become family favorites and re-appear over and over again. The only big problem I have with jell-o salads is getting them out of the mold. As you can see by the image above, this jello salad didn’t want to cooperate with me, maybe because I forgot to lightly spray the mold first with non-stick cooking spray.
How to un-mold a jello mold
Take a bowl, casserole dish etc. that is slightly larger than the mold you want to un-mold and fill it with hot tap water. You don’t want to use boiling water because that will melt the whole salad and you’ll have one heck of a mess on your hands! Gently submerge the bottom of the mold into the hot tap water for 5 to 10 seconds. Take a serving plate and invert it over the salad. Give it a little wiggle, cross your fingers and it should slide right out.