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Fuzzy Navel Party Mold

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Fuzzy Navel Party Mold
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You won't need a glass to drink in the refreshing fruity tastes of our Fuzzy Navel Party Mold. This gelatin mold packs all the tastes of a favorite Fuzzy Navel cocktail minus the alcohol. This way the whole family can enjoy this awesome dessert that fits spring parties and summer picnics perfectly.

What You'll Need:
  • 2 (4-serving-size) packages orange gelatin
  • 1 cup boiling water
  • 2 (15-ounce) cans peaches in juice, drained and 1/2 cup liquid reserved
  • 3 cups sour cream
What To Do:
  1. In a large bowl, combine gelatin and boiling water; stir until gelatin is dissolved. Stir in reserved peach liquid; set aside.
  2. In a blender, combine peaches and sour cream; blend until smooth. Add to gelatin mixture; mix well.
  3. Pour mixture into a 2-quart mold or large serving bowl and cover. Refrigerate 8 hours or until firm. 
  4. When ready to serve, immerse bottom of mold in warm water for a few seconds, then invert onto a flat serving plate and release mold. Serve immediately or refrigerate until ready to serve.


  • To make this extra party special, garnish with fresh raspberries or orange slices.
  • Gelatin molds are a tasty addition to any meal; they're also a light and refreshing dessert. Why not try our Creamy Cranberry Creation, too? It's great any time of the year!

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Made this gelatin mold to be served with our Easter dinner. Not only is this delicious, but it's also a very pretty gelatin mold. Loved the fresh raspberries which we served with it as well. When it came to adding the peaches, I used a 1-lb. 13-oz. can (29-ounces) rather than 2 (15-oz.) cans, and I used Walmart's Great Value brand, which the cling peaches had 100% real pear juice from concentrate and water added to them. I was a bit learly about that, and wondered if the peach flavor would come through, and it did. I also noticed that those canned peaches had half the amount of calories and sugar added than those canned peaches which are in heavy syrup. I served this in one of those 6-quart Tupperware gelatin molds, but had some gelatin leftover, so I added the rest to 2 custard dishes to eat later. This is one gelatin mold I look forward to preparing at Easter from now on. Thank you Mr Food for sharing this recipe. My family all loved it!!

This is one recipe that I will discard. I made it for Potluck Picnic and most people thought it was pumpkin by the color and bi passed it. It did not have a refreshing flavor or texture while eating it. not worth the work and cost in my opinion and 3/4 of it went into the garbage.

I am definitely going to make this for Easter!! Little hint that I use I lightly spray the mold with cooking spray, then when ready to serve just invert onto a plate comes right out!


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