Pink Fluff (Salad)

Pink Fluff (Salad) 2

So, I use the term “salad” loosely when talking about Pink Fluff. I’ve eaten it as both a dessert and salad. But I can’t dispute how yummy it is! And because it’s so fast and easy I tend to make it a lot for a last minute addition to any BBQ or picnic. You know when you’ve planned out the whole meal but then you wonder if you have enough food for everyone? That’s when I make Pink Fluff and relax knowing everyone will be happy seeing this fluffy goodness.

I feel funny calling this a recipe since you just toss everything in a bowl and stir it together, but here you go.

1 large cool whip
1 large box strawberry jello
1 small cottage cheese
1 can pineapple (drained)

I pour the cool whip in the bowl, add the dry jello and mix together. Add the cottage cheese and drained pineapple and mix well. Refrigerate. That’s it!


{ 4 comments… add one }
  • Paula July 5, 2013, 1:59 pm

    I love pink (and green, and orange) fluff!

  • Ashlee July 5, 2013, 2:37 pm

    We just call it orange jello (we always use orange, weird, huh?) and we add a package of mini marshmallows! (and while my family likes the pinapple I don’t so I leave it out!)

  • Norma Jean July 5, 2013, 8:24 pm

    We have made this for years, usually referring to it as “Pink Stuff” because of the strawberry or cherry jello used. However, it has also been “Green Stuff”, “Orange Stuff”, etc. Like Ashlee, we also add a package of mini-marshmallows to our recipe! My family loves it and I have even had people enjoy it who won’t eat cottage cheese (especially, if you don’t tell them it’s in there!).

  • Julie July 6, 2013, 5:10 am

    We call it fruit salad. Same recipe except instead of cottage cheese, I use sour cream, and mini marshmellows and chopped pecans

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