Broken Glass Jello

Broken Glass Jello

Inexpensive and easy to make Broken Glass Jello is the perfect choice for any occasion using the Jello we know and love to create stunning desserts.

 

 

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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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Broken Glass Jello
 
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Recipe type: Dessert
Ingredients
  • boxes 4 small of Jello in your favorite flavors
  • 2 envelopes of Knox gelatin
  • 1 can of sweetened condensed milk
  • 2 cups of water
Instructions
  1. Prepare the Jello in 4 seperate containers using the recipe for Jello Jigglers that is printed on the box.
  2. Let set for four hours.
  3. I did slightly spray my pans for easier removal of the Jello.
  4. A very quick dunk in hot water also helps release the Jello from the container.
  5. Using a sharp knife cut the Jello into cubes and place in a 9 x 13 pan.
  6. In a separate bowl, sprinkle 2 envelopes of unflavored gelatin into ½ cup cold water.
  7. After the gelatin blooms, add 1½ cup boiling water and dissolve.
  8. Add the can of condensed milk.
  9. Stir and cool to room temperature.
  10. Pour cooled milk mixture over jello and chill overnight.
  11. Cut into cool shapes and enjoy!

 

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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11 Replies on “Broken Glass 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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