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Thursday, July 12, 2018

Peach Pretzel Salad That's Not Really a Salad but there is a recipe

You will find it on supermarket shelves nearly everywhere, in a rainbow of colors and flavors. Jello has been around since 1897. Pearle Wait of Leroy, New York trademarked Jell-O, It would not be Wait but Francis Woodward who would make Jell-O a household name. Today, whether molded, layered, or mixed with fruit or veggies Jell-O makes a wonderful dessert or salad that will neither break the budget or diet.

The recipe I share with you for this Jell-O post is a pretzel salad. Have you been lucky enough to find out what a pretzel salad is?? You may have tasted the strawberry pretzel salad and another semi popular one is the strawberry = banana pretzel salad. 



The pretzel salad desserts were popular during what I refer to the potluck - casserole era of the 1960 and 70's. The truth is it is not a salad at all. It is a dessert that does have pretzels in it. This yummy dessert has a buttery pretzel crust that is topped with a thick layer of cream cheese and jello that has is then topped with the fruit of choice. 





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9 comments:

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  2. I haven't heard anyone mention pretzel salad in ages. It sounds like a great way to mix flavors and textures.

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  3. My comment was submitted before I finished. My grandma has a recipe like this and it's always a winner !

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  4. I’d eat all of that! I remember having this years ago at my grandparents. I’m so glad to have been reunited

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  5. The word 'salad' is in the name, so I'm counting it as my salad for the day. This looks amazing and I can't wait to serve it to the family.

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  6. I love a good pretzel crust. I think sweet and salty are always a good combo.

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  7. These desserts look so decadent and rich. I love that they are not your typical dessert.

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  8. Annemarie LeBlancAugust 5, 2018 at 5:05 PM

    I love this recipe! I can just imagine the look on my family's faces when I tell them we're having salad for dessert. Haha. This is a great recipe find today. Thank you for sharing.

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  9. Omg can we say yum?!?! A perfect recipe for a bbq! I will have to give it a try!

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