Yield: 8 to 12 servings
An old-fashioned dessert that hasn't lost an ounce of appeal over the years, Ambrosia is extremely easy to prepare and makes a light, refreshing dessert.
Mix together all the ingredients. Chill in the refrigerator.
In this issue: Summer Off the Beaten Path
Hooray! The “real” version of ambrosia, without those strange additions of things like cranberries. Some things should just not be messed with. Can’t wait to serve this at family dinners.
It was delicious.
Glad to see someone besides myself knows what Ambrosia is supposed to be! Only alteration I make is I don’t add coconut. This does not alter the taste.
There is not a better salad than this. PERIOD!
Only problem I have is I will not quit eating until it’s all gone! MMMMmmmm GOOD!
Glad to find an original recipe for this. The only substitution I would make is to use chopped walnuts instead of pecans.
Love this! I make it without the pecans. It’s been a big hit at summer barbecues. I never have any leftovers.
Been making this recipe for years!
I love this so much better with the sour cream – the marshmallows are sweet enough!
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