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Sunday, April 29, 2012

Broken Jello Dessert

When I was a kid my mom loved to make jello recipes. They were fun, yummy and so easy to make. I can remember her with all of her molds hanging on the wall in the kitchen. This jello recipe requires no mold but is yummy and delicious and you can use really any colors that you choose to

4 boxes jello (3 ounces each), pick your colors
2 envelopes plain gelatin such as Knox
14 ounces sweetened condensed milk, such as Eagle brand
boiling water
cooking spray
Preparation: Bring 4 cups of water to a boil. Dissolve each box of flavored jello separately into one cup of boiling water. Pour each flavor into a separate container to set (I used small glass dishes). Place in refrigerator to set for at least 4 hours. Once flavored jellos are set you can start making the white part.
Bring 2 cups of water to a boil. Add plain gelatin to boiling water and stir to dissolve. Add can of sweetened condensed milk to gelatin and set aside to cool for about 30 minutes.
Meanwhile, very lightly spray a 9″ by 13″ oblong pan with cooking spray. Cut colored jello into small cubes, you can vary the cube sizes if desired. Place jello cubes into prepared oblong pan layering and carefully mixing up the colors. Pour the cooled gelatin/milk mixture over the colored cubes. Refrigerate overnight. Carefully cut jello into desired sizes and shapes and serve.

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  1. Hi! Oh for pete sake those look wonderful! So simple but they look like mosaics...those'd be cute using cookie cutouts in squares for special occasions! You are inspiring!

  2. So cool! I love it!

    Thanks for sharing =)

    Sandie lee

  3. Very artistic, fun and tasty looking!

  4. Thanks for sharing such a fabulous recipe with us at Inspire Me Monday! Congratulations - you are one of my featured guest this week at Create With Joy!

    I can't wait to make this (I love jello in the summer but never thought of making a beautiful mosaic with it!)

    Thanks for the inspiration!

    Create With Joy

  5. It sounds like there are a few steps and lots of dirty glasses, but that is the kind of baking/ cooking my daughter loves. Thanks for sharing and I will be making this with her soon!
    Getting a headstart this week. :-) Blogger Broadcast WW LINKY Have a question or two? Post your questions on Thursday Two Questions Meme, for more details click link: TTQ Details.


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