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Cranberry-Apple Salad

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Ingredients

1 cup cranberries, ground
1 cup fresh tart apple, unpeeled
1 cup sugar
1 box (3 ounces) cranberry or red raspberry gelatin
1 cup hot water (no more than 1 cup)
1/2 cup seeded white grapes
1/4 cup broken nut meats
Chopped celery to your liking (optional)

Instructions

Blend cranberries and apple in blender. Add sugar. Stir together and let set over night. Mix box of cranberry or red raspberry gelatin and hot water. Add white grapes and nut meats. Add celery (optional). Mix all together and let set.

Phyllis Pfitzenmaier
Bettendorf




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