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Here is a GREAT cool whip recipe! (Believe me, I get rave reviews on this every time I make it) :)
And, it's SUPER easy!!

1 large pkg Orange jello
1 large pkg Lemon pudding (regular, NOT instant)
1 8 oz cool whip

Make both jello and pudding as directed on each package, except decrease the amount of water in each by 1/4 cup. After both are made, stir them together. Refrigerate till set. Top with cool whip and serve.

Enjoy!!


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Anonymous said…
we have a similar recipe. We use vanilla pudding then the orange jello and when it's made, we add fruit on top then the cool whip.. we've tried several different flavors and have only found a few that are not good.

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