It’s all about the Jello!

It’s all about the Jello!

 

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Wow, aftering reading all  the Tweets on Twitter from the fantastic Food bloggers I am following I feel rather simple……..blogging about Jello!

But this post is all business!

It is………. really!

If you know me, you know I love to play with my food!

Being a foodie with some creative skills can get me into all sorts of fun!

And what is more fun then Jello!

When I announced I was doing a Jello photohshoot, I must tell you, the responce was quite interesting! Many of my friends have some very…wandering minds if I may put it so delicately.

Karen &  Sandra….yes, I am talking about you! Between the handcuffs and chocolate body paint, it made for some great conversation! (sick women….need to find some hobbies there girlfriends!!!)  and I need to find some normal friends…….

Right

Now I have seem many cool blog posts on Jello!

Its cheap.        Its easy.

Everyone loves it!

And it makes for some great photographs!

Okay, without further ado……..I present

Jello Sensations!

I was pretty jazzed by how it turned out!

 

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Have you ever heard of Sea Glass? I had to google it. As I am a Rocky Mountain loving Prairie girl, I had no idea what this stuff was. But I had heard of the jello, you know, Sea Glass Jello. Very pretty and I managed to get a slice that had the colors of it.

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And I had heard of Broke Glass jello, it looks like stained glass windows!

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I made some Jello Sensations!

Little coloful gems of giggly love! They are super easy to make and the color combinations are endless!

Jello Sensations

boxes 4 small of Jello in your favorite flavors

2 envelopes of Knox gelatin

1 can of sweetend condensed milk

2 cups of water

Prepare the Jello in 4 seperate containers using the recipe for Jello Jigglers that is printed on the box.

Let set for four hours.

I did slightly spray my pans for easier removal of the Jello. A very quick dunk in hot water also helps release the Jello from the container.

Using a sharp knife cut the Jello into cubes and place in a 9 x 13 pan.

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In a separate bowl, sprinkle 2 envelopes of unflavored gelatin into 1/2 cup cold water.  After the gelatin blooms, add 1 1/2 cup boiling water and dissolve. Add the can of condensed milk. Stir and cool to room temperature.  Pour cooled milk mixture over jello and chill overnight.

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Cut into cool shapes and enjoy!

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Broken Glass Jello on FoodistaBroken Glass Jello

11 Replies on “It’s all about the Jello!

  1. Are they not the neatest!
    I am making them in cups for our grand opening!
    I suspect they will be a huge hit!

    Glad you enjoyed!

  2. I’m way behind here but I’m going to try making these for our VBS cookout for next Thursday night (if I have time). We are going to the beach in August so I may take the ingredients and make it there for everyone. They are so pretty. Thank you!

  3. Aimee!!!

    You could really have a lot of fun with this Jello~ Not only the colors but the shapes as well.
    It is one tough Jello!
    Make sure you take lots of pictures!

    Thanks for stopping by!

  4. Love it!! A friend gave me this recipe about a month ago – I am going to make a Halloween version with orange & purple jello for our party! Yours is really pretty – love the bright colors!!

  5. Nicole, thanks for stopping by!

    Not as posh as some of the fantastic things you an David do, I live vicariously through your adventures!

    Great seeing you!

  6. They will Nat, but they have to be covered in a thick layer of whipped cream with sprinkles on top!

    And a Venti Pumpkin Spice Latte on the side, cause we all need the Starbucks 45! : )

    Thanks for popping in!

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