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April 14, 2019

Hi All!

Ready...set...GO! You've got 20 hrs to make this fruit salad and the results are outta-this-world...this recipe could actually just be called........FLUFF! In the neighborhood of an ambrosia fruit cocktail dish this is perfect for your holiday parties or potlucks especially if you're the one needing to bring something to share. Just bring it in a cooler and add to a festive bowl both kid and adults love this recipe!

P.S. Stick around all week for some extra recipe for Easter and entertaining too!

Enjoy!
Marzee
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TWENTY-FOUR-HOUR FRUITY DREAM SALAD

99 cent showNGREDIENTS:Whipped Cream Dressing (below)
1 can (16 1/2 ounces) pitted sweet cherries, drained
2 cans (15 1/4 ounces each) pineapple chunks in juice,
drained and 2 tablespoons juice reserved
3 oranges, cut into small chunks (or 2 cans (11 ounces ea.)
mandarin orange segments, drained, can be substituted for
the oranges)
1 cup miniature marshmallows

DIRECTIONS:
Prepare Whipped Cream Dressing. "Gently" toss dressing and
remaining ingredients in large glass or plastic bowl. Cover
and refrigerate at least 12 hrs. to blend flavors but no
longer than 24 hours. Cover and refrigerate any remaining salad.

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WHIPPED CREAM DRESSING:
2 large eggs, beaten
2 tbs sugar
2 tbs lemon juice
2 tbs reserved pineapple juice
1 tbs margarine or butter
dash of salt
3/4 cup heavy whipping cream

DIRECTIONS:
heat all ingredients except whipping cream just to boiling
in 1-quart saucepan over medium heat; stirring constantly;
cool. Beat whipping cream in chilled medium bowl with electric
mixer on high speed until stiff. Fold in egg mixture.

Yield: 8 servings
Category: Desserts, Fruits, Salads

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HELPFUL TIPS FOR TOSSED SALADS

-Use a variety of greens for a complementary medley of text-
tures, flavors and colors. And remember, fresh herbs can
perk up even the simplest combinations.

-Mix dark greens with light, crisp greens with tender, and
straight greens with curly. eam pale iceberg lettuce with
dark green spinach, romaine with curly endive. Red leaf
lettuce provides both color and delicate flavor. Red cab-
bage and radicchio add color and texture, too.

-The drier the leaves, the better the dressing will hold.
Blot any leftover moisture that may be in the crevices.
Greens keep better and look fresher if torn into bite-size
pieces rather than cut. If you do use a knife, shred or
slice greens just before serving, using only enough to coat
the cut edges will appear darker and limp.