Berry Jello Salad

by Katie on April 29, 2015

Well, hello! I almost have forgotten how to write a blog post. It’s been a while since I have been able to regularly post. Time is flying by and I feel like I can barely keep up. I was just looking at May and realized that things really aren’t settling down, but I’m going to will it to – or at least learn to manage it better.

I have missed being able to regularly create recipes and blog. Since everything I do is “work from home” I’ve found that I need to figure out a better way to manage my days.  I’ve got all kinds of separate things flying at me all the time and I need to attempt to create some set times to do things so I can do others things I NEED to do during the other times (ie: laundry).

I know we are all busy, so I am preaching to the choir. But if you have any great time management tips I would love to hear them!!

But today I want to share with you this Berry Jello Salad!

Berry Jello Salad - a delicious light dessert/side dish:

Jello Salad of some sort has long been a favorite in my family. We have different kinds that we have made over the years, but I introduced everyone to Orange Fluff a few years ago. It quickly became a favorite and now is made for all of our special get togethers.

Since I hate to just leave things alone, I switched up a good thing and made another good thing with this Berry Jello Salad! It’s a lot like Orange Fluff, but is great for all of your berry lovers like me.

Berry Jello Salad - a delicious light dessert :

Besides the wonderful fruit and light flavor that is has, it also makes a great presentation. It’s the most beautiful color and so, so pretty. And we all like pretty food, right?

Mother’s Day is coming up in just over a week (I can’t believe it’s almost MAY!) and this would be great to serve your Mom! If orange is more her things…well, you have to try Orange Fluff!

Berry Jello Salad


  • 1 large box vanilla pudding (cook and serve)
  • 2 small boxes raspberry jello
  • 2 cups water
  • 1 package (8 oz.) cream cheese
  • 1 tub of cool whip
  • 2 cups frozen berries, thawed (or fresh if you have them)
  • 1/2 bag mini marshmallows


  1. Add pudding mix and jello to a medium saucepan. Add 2 cups of water and stir. Bring to a boil and remove from heat. Refrigerate until cool (1-2 hours).
  2. Beat softened cream cheese and jello/pudding mixture until fluffy and smooth (a few minutes). Fold in the tub of cool whip. Add in frozen thawed berries (or fresh if you have them). Refrigerate until serving. Don't add marshmallow until serving time.

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Cherie April 30, 2015 at 1:06 pm

Katie… aren’t old enough to be doing the “where does all my time go?” thing yet!!!

That’s for all of us oldies!!! HeeHee

ANYWAY….I was going to do this berry salad last summer and never got around to it…..I MAY try to do it at Massanutten this year!!! Pierce won’t be there…they are going to a wedding that week….because if he WAS there…you KNOW I couldn’t get by with it….he LOOOVES the orange “slop” :+) !!!!


Katie May 1, 2015 at 1:47 pm

Haha…but it does feel like times goes so fast. My week is over before I turn around.

Pierce is so funny – berry slop!!! :)
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Cherie May 17, 2015 at 3:38 pm


Ummm….one box pudding and 2 boxes jello…all in the same pan or 1 and 1 and then the OTHER box of jello goes with the cream cheese???

Me and Ry are making it and I put both boxes of Jello in with the pudding!!

I have another…so will mix that with the cream cheese…and it will be

Triple Berry jello Salad!!! HaHa!!!


Cherie May 17, 2015 at 5:09 pm

Oh gosh!!
I am a dummy….I finally figured it out. Having rumor read the recipe to me was not the brightest idea!!!!


Katie May 18, 2015 at 11:25 am

Haha…I’m glad you figured it out! I went and changed it to “beat the cream cheese and jell/pudding mixture”…because it was kinda confusing. Sorry about that! Hope you all liked it. :)
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