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Thursday, June 27, 2013

Party Jello

Red, White and Blue for 4th of July! Jello could be made like Jello Cake or individual glass cups. It's made with the twist. This recipe makes 7,  5 oz cups.



  Ingredients:            
3 oz raspberry or strawberry jello
1 1/2 cup blended fresh strawberries (this is the twist)
6 oz blue berry jello (large box)

White jello:
3/4 cup sour cream
2 tbs sweetened condensed milk
5 oz heavy whipping cream
1 oz milk
1 tsp vanilla
1 pack (7 grams) Knox gelatin

 Mix blue jello with 1 cup of boiled water. Microwave for 30 sec. Mix with 1 cup cold water. Pour in to cups and refrigerate until it sets.
Make white jello. Mix cold milk with  gelatin. Let it set for a minute then microwave it for about about 30 sec. It needs to melt. Then to cool it you can add 1  tbsp whipping cream while mixing. 
Have sour cream,  sweetened condensed milk and whipping cream ready before you cool down the gelatin.
Mix it with the mixer pour gelatin slowly. Then pour white jello in to the cups as fast as possible. Refrigerate until it sets.



Mix red jello with 1 cup of boiling water. Blend strawberries add it to jello. Pour it on the top of white jello. Refrigerate and enjoy!!!





This recipe is liked to Foodie Friends Friday.

20 comments:

  1. Such a wonderful idea for 4th of July!

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    1. I know:) Jello is perfect for holidays with those festive colors:)))

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  2. the white jello part sounds so good! they are so creative. love the design.

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    1. I does taste delicious:)
      Thanks, Dina:)

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  3. Thanks need to try asap!!!
    Leachka would you be able to
    post raspberry vareniki?
    Thanks! -alana

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    1. Hi Alana:) I do have "Sweet Strawberry Vareniki" posted.
      Enjoy!!!

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  4. These are awesome and look adorable... saw these at WCFS...

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  5. Your jello looks so pretty and patriotic! Thanks for sharing on Foodie Friends Friday!

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  6. These look so pretty, my son would love it, especially when I add orange color to it :). Great step by step instructions Lea.

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  7. What a great idea for the 4th of July! Love how you layered the colors: very modernistic and artistic!

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  8. Question, between layers, did you have to wait any specific amount of time before adding the next layer(s)? i.e. full set, half set, etc? Thank you.

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    1. Yes, until each layer sets fully. White part sets much faster then the jello part :)

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  9. Hello...can the white layer be prepared with coconut or almond milk? If so, sweetened or unsweetened? Thanks a bunch!

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    1. I think you can. I never tried it with it. See the "White Chocolate Coconut Mousse" recipe maybe that will work for the white part.
      Enjoy!

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  10. Any reason why you only use half of the water for the blue jello. Just curious if maybe set better that way. Thank you for the great recipe!

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    1. Yes, it has to be firmer for this kind of dessert :)
      Enjoy!!!

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