Saturday, April 12, 2008

Rainbow Jell-o

Isn't this the coolest?


You just use blue, yellow, and red Jell-o but it makes a whole rainbow.
I tried this and it actually came out exactly like the picture! It took each layer approximately 2 hours to set, so if you start in the morning you can eat it for your afternoon snack. My 4 year old helped me make it and he absolutely loved it. I used a 9 x 13 pan, but I think next time I might use a slightly smaller one so that each layer is thicker.
Overall a great success!!
I found the directions on this blog. But I've re-typed them below for you.
6 oz. blue Jell-O
6 oz. yellow Jell-O
6 oz. red Jell-O
3 pkgs. Knox unflavored gelatin (they come 4 to a box)
Mix blue Jell-O with one package Knox gelatin. Add 2 cups boiling water and stir until dissolved. Then add 1/2 cup ice and stir until ice is melted. Pour into pan and refrigerate until firm, approx. 2 hours. Repeat the process with each of the other two layers of Jell-O. Enjoy!
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8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Very Cool!!!

Anonymous said...

Your jello looks very cool. Have you actually tried it?

Crystal said...

No, I haven't tried it yet, but I'm going to. I'll let you know how it turns out.

Jill said...

You're getting lots of comments! I'm enjoying reading your posts. My cold morphed into a sinus infection. I never knew they were so painful!! I'm on day 4 of 5 days of antibiotics and it's still not gone!!!

P.S. Is it poor etiquette to write just chatty-type things like this in a comment? :-)

Karen said...

I hope you and your family enjoys it!

mom_of2boys said...

Cool! We just bought Jell-o at Walgreens. I'll have to give it a try. Thanks for sharing.

Mimi said...

Yum! I've had this before and it is delicious, of course all jello is delicious!

Edi said...

I have never really liked Jello but when my ma-in-law makes rainbow Jello I just have to have some! She does hers with a "creamy" layer betwixt each layer (made by adding evaporated milk to the Jello I think) - it is so beautiful!