Low-Carb Diets Sugar-Free Cranberry Jello Salad Share Pin Email Cheryl Davis Low-Carb Diets Menu Help Thanksgiving and Holidays Holiday Menus Basics Food Lists Carb Counts for Common Foods Low-Carb Cooking Tips for Dining Out Nutrition Side Dishes Desserts Product Reviews Atkins Diet Information Main Dishes Recipes Snacks Low-Carb Recipes Popular Diet Plans Glossary View All By Laura Dolson Updated October 26, 2015 (4 ratings) Total Time 15 min Prep 15 min, Cook 0 min Yield 12 servings This cranberry Jello salad is not the super-sweet kind which many remember as family favorites. Those recipes usually had canned cranberry sauce along with the other ingredients. This is a more "grownup" version, where the tartness of the fresh cranberries go up against the sweet Jello. If you are longing for the old days, you can add sweetener to taste. Also, this salad is pretty much "packed with stuff" -- if you like more Jello in between your ingredients, use three small packages of Jello instead of one large box. If you do that, it will make more servings, and there will be one gram less of carb per serving. Ingredients 1 large package sugar-free cranberry, cherry, black cherry, or raspberry Jello 1 cup walnuts (or you can use pecans if you prefer) 2 cups fresh cranberries (pick out soft and brown ones) 1 medium apple cut the fruit off the core Optional - zest of one orange - minimal carbs, and adds a "spark" Preparation With a food processor by your side, you can make up this recipe in no time, but it doesn't take long at all with a knife.1) Prepare the Jello according to the package's instructions (I like the super-speed method with the ice cubes).2) Chop the walnuts in the food processor -- move to a separate bowl.3) Chop the cranberries in the food processor, one cup at a time, adding to bowl.4) Chop the apple in the food processor, and add to bowl. Toss nuts and fruit together, and mix into Jello.Chill completely.Makes 12 servings of ½ cup each.Nutritional Information: Each serving has 3.5 grams of effective carbohydrate plus 1.5 grams of fiber (5 grams of total carb), 2 grams of protein, and 69 calories. Rate this Recipe You've already rated this recipe. Thanks for your rating! Continue Reading Up Next Up Next Article Do Apples Have Carbs? Up Next Recipe This Low-Carb Sugar-Free Cranberry Sauce Can Be Made in 15 Minutes Up Next Recipe Cream Cheese and Raspberries Make Delicious Sugar-Free Chiffon Squares Up Next Recipe Sugar-Free Low-Carb Christmas Cookies!