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GREEN STUFF (No Not Salad)

Green Stuff:

Ingredients:
1 can crushed pinnaple
1 box pistachio jello mix
1 carton chool whip
1 bag mini marshmellows
1 jar marchino cherries (if you like)

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1 can crushed pinnaple mix juice of pinnaple with 1 box of pistachio jello. mix together add pinnaple , 1 carton cool whip, mini marshmellows, and marchino cherries (if you like) mix all together.

This is a very simple but yet tasty recipie my Grandmother makes each Thanksgiving and Christmas.
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must be good if it has COOL WHIP, will try it . Thanks
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you can use this same recipie to make "red stuff". change pistachio jello mix, 2 strawbeery or cheery jello mix
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