Top-ranked recipe named "Strawberry Pretzel Salad"
Yummy salad or dessert
"It looks wonderful and was very easy. I used low cal or fat free ingredients and it still tasted wonderful. Note to newcomers to this recipe...make crust first before you start on next steps..I would then do third layer and as it sits do second layer steps...thanks again!
I made this again tonight. Did a mixed berry bag instead of just strawberries. Also added walnuts to the jello mixture...awesome,"
Mix ingredients in 9x13 pan and bake 350 degrees for 8 minutes. If you are using a glass pan, bake at 325 degrees for 8 minutes. Let cool.
Beat sugar and cream cheese. Fold in cool whip. Spread over pretzel crust.
Mix jello and boiling water. Add frozen strawberries and set aside for 10 minutes to let slightly thicken. Pour over 1st layer. Chill.
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kayadamskerrigan 1 year agoI used raspberry jello and frozen raspberries. Everyone, my father, my husband, children and grandchildren loved it.
Adamcase2 1 year agoOutstanding. I have been making this for years with my family but lost the recipe. This is the one... The best.
clnavarra 1 year ago
Kym1 2 years agoThis was really sweet and yummy
kathyschultz2 2 years agoVery good!
mbagnio 2 years ago
Slimgram2 2 years ago
LavenderWand 2 years agoIt was just weird...with the cream cheese and pretzels. I had extra jello with strawberries and my family had no problem eating that. Next time I'll save the trouble of making the 1st and 2nd layers and just serve the top with cottage cheese.
snedman 2 years agoI made this recipe a couple days ago. I added some crushed pecans into the pretzel shell. I used fresh strawberries instead of frozen. It came out beautifully and tasted awesome. Thanks for a great recipe.
Loyallylost 2 years agoSounds like a dessert I ate a few years back! Can't wait to try it out!