I have not made this recipe in 10 plus years, my best friend Susen and I used to make it every holiday season for our families and children. Everyone simply loved the sweet and tangy combination of flavors this Jell-o had to offer. This Jell-o makes a wonderful substitution of jellied cranberry or whole berry cranberry sauce, this recipe does call for using the whole berry sauce but I don't care for whole cranberries so I use the jellied instead. I hope that if you try this recipe that you and your family love it as much as mine does.
1 (3oz) - Package Raspberry Flavored Gelatin
2 C. - Boiling Water (divided)
1 (16oz) - Can Jellied Cranberry Sauce
1 (3oz) - Package Lemon Flavored Gelatin
1 (3oz) - Package Cream Cheese
1/3 C. - Mayonnaise
1 (8 oz) - Crushed Pineapple with Juice
1 C. - Whipping Cream
1 C. - Mini Marshmallows
1 C. - Cool - Whip
Dissolve raspberry gelatin in 1 c. boiling water, stir in the cranberry sauce until well combined. Pour into the bottom of a 1 1/2 qt round mold. Chill until partially set. Dissolve the lemon gelatin in 1 c. boiling water then set aside. Beat together the cream cheese and mayo; gradually add the lemon gelatin. Stir in the pineapple and juice. Chill until partially set. When the lemon mixture is ready whip the cream then fold into the lemon mixture, when full incorporated stir in the mini marshmallows. Carefully spread the lemon mixture over the top of cranberry layer and again chill until fully set. When ready to serve dip the jell-o mold into hot tap water to loosen then invert a serving plate on the top of the jell-o ring and turn over. My jell-o mold has a flat top so I chose to spread a thin layer of cool-whip on the top as an added layer.
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