Sugar Free Orange Fluff


If you love fluff, then you’ll go gaga over this sugar-free orange fluff. I created this recipe when going on a new, healthier eating plan and wanted to incorporate more fruits into my diet. This Orange Fluff Dessert recipe is absolutely delicious, will fill your home with the most delicious aroma and tastes like it has sugar but doesn’t have any.

Today, I’m going to share with you how to make Orange Delight Salad. I’ve been kind of obsessed with this salad lately, after find out about the numerous health benefits of orange.

Sugar Free Orange Fluff

Orange Fluff Salad

A simple and fast dessert on the WW menu that just takes a few minutes to make is orange fluffy salad.

An old WW dessert from the 1980s is orange fluff salad, however the WW program has evolved significantly since then. Since I was born in 1981, I wasn’t even around at the time, thus I’m not really sure how WW calculated points back then. Anyone else aware of this? Please remark below if so. Since then, there have been a plethora of other methods for calculating points, including smart points, points plus, etc.

It is no secret that I adore “Fluff salad” sweets, and I have a ton of them on this blog! You don’t need to get out any expensive kitchen gadgets to make them because they are quick and simple to prepare. I only use a bowl and a whisk. I enjoy these kinds of treats in the spring and summer, and in the Midwest, they are frequently served at church potlucks or other festive gatherings. If you’re from a different region of the US, you might find it strange that I’m calling this a salad, and trust me, I do too!


In a bowl, combine the Cool Whip, pudding mix, and orange jello. You can use an electric mixer, but I prefer to use a wire whisk for this. Put it in the fridge for up to two hours after gently folding in the mandarin oranges that have been drained. There are 8 servings in total, with each serving being 1/2 cup.


Using sugar-free orange jello, fresh whipped cream, cottage cheese, mandarin oranges, pineapple chunks, and chopped nuts, this simple old-fashioned dessert has a healthy twist.

This salad is loaded with protein and filling fats, but it could easily pass for a creamy dessert. A tiny serving will satisfy someone who has a sweet craving.

You can bring this to the next potluck or just eat it all yourself! This keeps well and can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 5 days!


You have no idea how much I’m looking forward to some potluck events this summer. We haven’t gone anywhere or had anyone over to the house in what feels like AGES! We haven’t left the house other than a brief social gathering with our grown children.

But things are improving, and I couldn’t be more thrilled about the upcoming festivities I had been imagining.


This dish more like a fruit salad, except it is creamy with the cottage cheese and whipped cream.

  • Sugar free orange flavored gelatin or jello – I used Simply Delish brand sweetened with stevia extract and erythritol. This adds flavor and acts as a stabilizer for the whipped cream.
  • Mandarin oranges – one of the smallest varieties of the orange family. Subtly sweet and just the right amount of citrus to add to this orange jello salad. Be sure to drain well. In fact, I pat them with a clean towel or paper towel to blot out the moisture.
  • Pineapple chunks – grab a pineapple and cut your own. This way you can dice the pineapple into what ever size you want. It’s economical too.
  • Nuts– I like pecans in this salad. Walnuts are also delicious. Feel free to leave them out if you are concerned about nut allergies. I highly recommend to keep them in if this isn’t your concern. The texture it adds to the salad is perfect!
  • Heavy whipping cream – we using real whipping cream, which just takes a couple of minutes to get it nice and fluffy. In a pinch, you can use ready made whipped topping. Although, I don’t believe it tastes as good as the real thing!


Are you prepared to assemble this orange jello salad? Nothing could be simpler! The hand mixer is required. If the mixer includes a whipping whisk, use that. Otherwise, the two-beater method functions perfectly well.

Heck, a standard whisk will also work. Additionally, you get a terrific arm workout!


I like to put the mixing bowl and beaters (or whisk) in the freezer or refrigerator to get them extremely cold for the best results. This enables the fat to stick to itself and give us the fluffy, light feel we desire.

Add the orange gelatin gradually while you whisk the cream. If you want a brighter hue to make the orange pop at this point, add a few drops of food coloring.

I don’t add colour since I believe that the less ingredients, the better.

The cottage cheese, pineapple chunks, mandarin oranges, and pecans are then folded in when you are satisfied with the whipped cream’s level of creaminess.


Most people are unaware that this recipe contains cottage cheese. It gives the salad depth and includes natural protein! In this recipe, I prefer the tiny curd and use full fat, but you can use any kind.

Leave off the cottage cheese if you choose to prepare this dish without it (or extra protein!).

Instead of using 1 1/2 cups of whipping cream as directed on the recipe card, you will need to reduce it to one cup.


The whipped cream is stabilized by the orange gelatin and will maintain its airy structure for days. For up to five days, this can be kept in the fridge in an airtight container. IF it continues that long!

No pineapple or mandarin oranges were weeping since I had blotted the fruit. After being kept in the refrigerator for many days, it scooped up just like I had just made it.

Jello orange salad can be frozen. Yes! This salad keeps well in airtight freezer containers for up to three months. If you would like, divide into portions of 1/2 to 1 cup for a quick individual treat. Enjoy as a frozen treat or let it defrost overnight in the refrigerator!

Orange Fluff Dessert

A simple and delicious recipe that the whole family will enjoy is orange fluff dessert. a delicious dessert option that is low in Weight Watchers points!

  • PREP TIME10 minutes
  • COOK TIME10 minutes
  • TOTAL TIME20 minutes


  • 3 cups nonfat Greek yogurt
  • 8- ounces nonfat whipped topping
  • 1 can mandarin oranges in fruit juice, 15 oz drained
  • 1 can crushed pineapple in juice, 20 oz drained of excess juice
  • 2 cups mini marshmallows
  • 1 small box Orange Sugar Free Jello


  1. Jello and nonfat Greek yogurt should be combined in the whisk attachment-equipped bowl of an electric mixer. For about 10 minutes, beat the yogurt until it is frothy and light.
  2. Stir in the nonfat whipped topping after adding it.
  3. Pineapple and mandarin oranges should be added. To blend, stir.
  4. Add the small marshmallows and stir.
  5. Mixture should be chilled for at least an hour before serving.


There are many names for this delicious, refreshing, and creamy salad or dessert, including WW Fluff, Orange Fluff, and Orange Delight. But whatsoever name you give it, it tastes great!


Step 1: Gather your ingredients

Ingredients on counter including lite whipped topping, crushed pineapple, canned mandarin oranges, orange jello and cottage cheese.

Step 2: In a medium bowl place the cottage cheese. Sprinkle the dry orange jello on top and stir well to combine.

Mixing orange jello with cottage cheese in white bowl.

Step 3: Add the rest of the ingredients and gently stir until blended.

Orange fluff salad in white mixing bowl.

Step 4: Cover and refrigerate for at least a couple of hours to give it time to chill and for the flavors to blend.


This quick and easy recipe can be modified in so many ways:

Possible additions:
Chopped nuts (pecans, walnuts, peanuts, macadamia nuts).

Different fruit:
Fruit cocktail, chopped canned peaches, etc.

Different Jell-o flavors:
Orange is the obvious choice, but I think any flavor could work, lemon, lime, peach, mango….

Cool Whip Substitutions:
Plain greek yogurt, vanilla yogurt, whipped cream, etc.

Cottage Cheese Substitutions:
Plain Greek yogurt or vanilla yogurt.

Health Benefits Of Orange

Whole orange vs orange juice

Benefits of eating oranges

Orange juice lacks the nutrients and health benefits of a whole orange. That is as a result of the fiber being present. Pure orange juice, which comes in 240 ml cups, has the same amount of natural sugar as two whole oranges but is less satisfying because it contains less fiber. Constipation is avoided and your stool is made more substantial by fiber. Eating fruit is a lot better choice than drinking juice while trying to lose weight because fruit juice consumption can frequently become excessive and may result in excessive calorie consumption.
If you insist on drinking juice, use caution regarding the amount and only consume freshly squeezed orange juice. The packaged beverage you purchase at the grocery store is not particularly nutritious and contains preservatives.

Consuming oranges is harmless, and the only time someone may develop allergies is in extremely rare circumstances. Due to the presence of citric acid and ascorbic acid, eating this citrus fruit may make heartburn symptoms worse for those who already have them (vitamin C).

High in Vitamin C
An excellent source of vitamin C is oranges. One orange contains 116.2% of the recommended daily intake of vitamin C. Because vitamin C helps to eliminate free radicals that harm our DNA, it has been linked to a lower risk of colon cancer.

Healthy immune system
Vitamin C helps prevent colds and reoccurring ear infections and is essential for the correct operation of a healthy immune system.

Prevents skin damage
Anti-oxidants in oranges help protect skin from free radical damage known to cause signs of aging. An orange a day can help you look young even at 50!

Keeps blood pressure under check
Oranges, being rich in Vitamins B6, help support the production of haemoglobin and also help keep blood pressure under check due to the presence of magnesium.

Lowers cholesterol
According to a study by US and Canadian researchers, a class of compounds found in citrus fruit peels called Polymethoxylated Flavones (PMFs) have the potential to lower cholesterol more effectively than some prescription drugs without side effects.

Helps absorption of iron
Citrus fruits are particularly important for the body’s normal operation since they aid in iron absorption. Citrus fruits have long been advised to people who are anemic by doctors. When the body doesn’t have enough of the mineral iron, which is necessary for it to operate, anemia results. Oranges contain a lot of vitamin C, which is important for iron absorption even though they are not a strong source of iron.

Promotes good heart health
If oranges are taken within the permitted amount, the nutrients they contain lower the risk of heart disease. One of the main causes of early death worldwide is heart disease. Oranges are associated with good heart health because they can control blood cholesterol levels, a factor in the majority of heart diseases.

Controls blood sugar level
Oranges are a good snack for diabetics because of the fiber in them, which helps to manage blood sugar levels. Oranges also contain simple sugars. Fructose, a type of natural fruit sugar found in oranges, may prevent excessively high blood sugar levels after meals. It has a glycemic index of 40, and typically, foods with glycemic indexes under 50 are regarded as having low sugar content. That does not, however, mean that you should consume too many oranges at once. Overeating can increase insulin levels and potentially cause weight gain.

Lowers the risk of cancer
Oranges include D-limonene, a substance that has been shown to protect malignancies like breast, skin, and lung. Oranges include antioxidants and vitamin C, both of which are crucial for boosting immunity and preventing cancer. The fruit is anti-cancer because of its fibrous composition. Up to 15% of cancer cases, according to a research, are caused by DNA abnormalities that Vitamin C can help to stop.

Alkalizes the body
Oranges have a lot of alkaline minerals that aid in digestion, despite the fact that their basic nature is acidic before you really digest them. Oranges share this characteristic with lemons, which are unquestionably among the foods with the highest alkalinity levels.

Good eye health
A great source of carotenoid is oranges. They are essential for maintaining the health of the mucous membranes in the eyes because they contain vitamin A. In severe cases, age-related macular degeneration, which is prevented by vitamin A, can result in blindness. It also aids in light absorption by the eyes.

Safeguards against constipation
Both soluble and insoluble fiber can be found in oranges. By maintaining a healthy digestive system and intestines, you can avoid irritable bowel syndrome. Additionally, the fiber provides a more effective kind of treatment for constipation.

Useful tip
Juice oranges while they are at room temperature because they, like most citrus fruits, provide more juice when they are warmer. More juice can be extracted by rolling the orange under your palm on a flat surface. Once an orange has been chopped up, consume it promptly since vitamin C quickly degrades when exposed to air.

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