Sweet, Refreshing, Creamy -
Creamy Berry Jello Recipe

This Creamy Berry Jello Recipe creates a very pleasant and refreshing fruit salad recipe for dessert. The combination of the sweet berry with the subtle tartness of the lemon are most refreshing after a meal.

creamy berry jello recipe, how to make creamy jello

You can vary the berry types to what is in season or you can use frozen berries instead in this simple salad recipe.

You can also change the jello flavour to a different one if you prefer.

Note that a different flavour will produce a different colour of the creamed portion.

I have made these in wine glasses so you can see the berry types but you can also make this simple fruit jello recipe in a mold.

Creamy Berry Jello Recipe


  • 2 pks (85 gr each) lemon jello
  • 2 cups (500 ml) boiling water
  • 2 cups (500 ml) ice cubes
  • 1 small pkg blue berry
  • 1 small pkg rasp berry
  • 1 cup (250 ml) Cool Whip, thawed


1. Sort, wash and drain all the berries. Discard any rotten or "bad" ones.

2. In a medium sized bowl, dissolve both jello powders in the boiling water until completely dissolved.

3. Add ice cubes and stir until the liquid begins to thicken - remove any ice cube pieces left over.

4. Divide the berries evenly among 4 wine glasses.

5. Pour the jello over the berries, just until the fruit begins to float, about half of the glass full, or a bit more.

6. Mix the Cool Whip with the remainder of the jello with a wire whisk until completely smooth and creamy.

7. Place the wine glasses in the refrigerator to "set"

8. Place the bowl of creamy jello in the refrigerator to stiffen.

9. After about 2 hours (depending on the temperature of your refrigerator) you can spoon the stiffened creamy jello on top of the "set" jello in the wine glasses. Divide it evenly among the 4 glasses.

10. Keep refrigerated until ready to serve.

Yield: Serves 4 large wine glasses


1. You can vary the jello flavour and the fruit. Orange flavoured jello works well with orange segments or strawberry jello with strawberries and blueberries.

2. You can use frozen fruit also, just thaw first and measure about 2 cups (500 ml) of thawed fruit.

3. If you are doing this in a mold - unmold the set jello and spoon the creamy jello over the top and spread it with a knife, like you would with icing.

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