Creamy Cherry Fluff

Creamy Cherry Fluff


Creamy Cherry Fluff
Creamy Cherry Fluff
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There's nothing better than a quick and easy no-bake dessert recipe. This Creamy Cherry Fluff is a gorgeous dessert salad that can be made in about five minutes and refrigerated until you're ready to serve. To make this simple recipe, just combine Cool Whip, cherry pie filling, pineapple, marshmallows, coconut, and pecans in a bowl. You'll find that the salad's pretty pink color makes it irresistible, and its taste will keep you coming back for more. Bring this make ahead dish for your next potluck or picnic for a fabulous time.

Preparation Time5 min

Chilling Time1 hr

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Can I leave out the pecans, or use another ingredient in place of them? My daughter is allergic to tree nuts, but we love desserts like this, so I really want to make this for a special dinner. I think the family will love it because the main ingredient is cherries.

I have some different recipes for "fluff" dessert/salads, but I've never made one with cherry pie filling. I can't wait to make this one. I love all the ingredients and I think it will look very pretty on the table at Easter and for a birthday party I am throwing. Thanks for the lovely recipe.

Can this recipe be prepared without regular coconut. Is there a substitue using a coconut abstract. I would love to hear your views. Thank you, Gee

I liked the flavor of the fluff, but I think it was a bit over-prepared when I tried it. It was far too smooth and creamy to the point where I couldn't see or feel the chunks of fruit and marshmallows. So that wasn't the most pleasant thing. I prefer my fluffs... well... less fluffy.

Good, but very rich! The cherries and pecans added a nice texture.

This dessert was unexpectedly delicious! I loved the addition of coconut, pineapple and nuts -- every bite was like finding a new treasure :)

This fluff reminds me of a cranberry dish my mom makes at Thanksgiving. Thanks for the memories!

This fluff is both pretty and tasty. It would be a great treat to dip some Nilla wafers in this pink dip--but it's also a treat on its own!

This was sweet and fluffy--just like the ambrosia salad my grandma used to make, but with cherries!

Very tasty! A perfect treat when you're looking for something sweet but light.

my mother (God rest her soul ) would make this for her family on special occasions and holidays...couldn't wait for those special days


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