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From Kansas Newspaper, 1960's

Tested Recipe!

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 2 boxes lime gelatin
 2 boxes red gelatin
 1 medium can crushed pineapple
 1 envelope plain gelatin
 ¼ cup cold water
 3 oz cream cheese
 1 cup whipping cream
 ½ cup pecans
 1 tsp vanilla
 ¼ cup sugar
1

Mix red gelatin according to package directions and put in a 13x9 pan. Let cool until partially set.

2

Drain pineapple, save juice. Put half of pineapple and half of nuts in red gelatin and let set almost completely.

3

Bring reserved pineapple juice to a boil and add plain gelatin which has been softened in ¼ cup water. Add cream cheese and let cool, but not set.

4

Whip cream, add sugar and vanilla, then add to juice and gelatin mixture. Pour over red gelatin layer and let set almost completely.

5

Make lime gelatin according to directions and let cool until partially set. Add remaining pineapple and nuts and then pour on top of the cream cheese mixture.

6

Refrigerate until lime gelatin is completely set, then slice and serve!

Note
7

The recipe can also be halved and molded into a gelatin mold. Gelatin colors can easily be changed out for different seasons.

Ingredients

 2 boxes lime gelatin
 2 boxes red gelatin
 1 medium can crushed pineapple
 1 envelope plain gelatin
 ¼ cup cold water
 3 oz cream cheese
 1 cup whipping cream
 ½ cup pecans
 1 tsp vanilla
 ¼ cup sugar

Directions

1

Mix red gelatin according to package directions and put in a 13x9 pan. Let cool until partially set.

2

Drain pineapple, save juice. Put half of pineapple and half of nuts in red gelatin and let set almost completely.

3

Bring reserved pineapple juice to a boil and add plain gelatin which has been softened in ¼ cup water. Add cream cheese and let cool, but not set.

4

Whip cream, add sugar and vanilla, then add to juice and gelatin mixture. Pour over red gelatin layer and let set almost completely.

5

Make lime gelatin according to directions and let cool until partially set. Add remaining pineapple and nuts and then pour on top of the cream cheese mixture.

6

Refrigerate until lime gelatin is completely set, then slice and serve!

Note
7

The recipe can also be halved and molded into a gelatin mold. Gelatin colors can easily be changed out for different seasons.

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