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Pink Saturday: Slime

Happy Pink Saturday!!
Please don't let the name of this post deter you.  This is a long time family recipe handed down from my Aunt Linda.  When she first saw it (it was lime) she commented that it looked like "slime".  It was pretty funny and even though it is delicious the name has just stuck! The beauty is you can use all sorts of combinations of pudding and jello.  This time I used strawberry and vanilla.
1 small package Jello
1small package pudding
Make each separately according to package directions.
 Add together and stir.  Pour into a glass cake pan and refrigerate until set, about 4 hours.
1 small tub whipped topping
1 small vanilla pudding prepared with 1 cup milk.
Mix together and cover the top.
If desired add fruit to decorated the top.
**You can also just frost with the whipped topping.
If you need to make a 9 x 13 pan.  Use large packages of Jello and pudding. 
This is the last official day to enter my giveaway for My Mom's Birthday is tomorrow and to celebrate one lucky winner will receive this:
Have a great PINK Saturday!!


  1. Happy Pink Saturday, Tiffanee! Your pink dessert looks yummy! Have a wonderful weekend.

  2. YUM- Have you tried it with chocolate pudding??

  3. Happy Pink Saturday! I am going to try this dessert today! Woot! Woot! Hugs Anne I still want to win your giveaway! You are one amazing cookie!

  4. I would certainly enjoy sharing some of those goodies with you. They all sound so good.

  5. Slime, huh? ;) At least it's pink! :)

    Happy Pink Saturday!

    Greetings from Munich,

  6. Oh, my little pink princesses will just adore this!!

  7. What a fun dessert or is it a salad?! Love the name! Happy Pink Saturday!!!

  8. Happy Pink Saturday to you!
    It is a beautiful sunny Spring day
    in Upstate, New York. I have enjoyed my visit to your
    lovely blog - please have a wonderful new week.

  9. OMGOSH...this looks soooo yummy! HAPPY PINK SATURDAY:)


  10. Looks delish and such a tasty treat for Spring. Happy Pink Saturday!


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