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Thursday, July 9, 2009

Foodie Friday...jeweled jello squares

Hello everybody & welcome to another Foodie Friday, hosted by Michael over @ Designs by Gollum. For today's post, I'd like to share a recipe I recently made for the grands...jeweled jello squares. If you like jello (who doesn't!) & sweetened condensed milk (I could eat that stuff w/ a spoon *blushes) then you'll like this dessert, even if you are not a kid. I found the recipe @ Gourmet Mom on the Go...she has a great blog w/ lots of wonderful ideas guaranteed to bring out the kid in you.




Jeweled Jello Squares

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Ing.-

4 small boxes of jello (different flavors & colors for best result)

1 can sweetened condensed milk

2 envelopes unflavored gelatin

water

Directions-

Dissolve each box of jello separately into one cup of hot water. Pour into individual containers (small tupperware bowls work great) & chill overnight.

Ready a 9 by 13" pan & cut flavors of jello into small blocks. Mix together carefully in pan. In a separate bowl, dissolve gelatin packets in 1/4 cup of cold water. Add dissolved gelatin to 1 & 3/4 cup of hot water & condensed milk. Cool.

Pour cooled mixture over jello & chill overnight.

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Be sure & stop by @ Gollum's to see all the other food porn & bring an appetite!

16 comments:

salmagundi said...

I bet my grandkids would love that. I will try it next week on their day at my house. Sally

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Cami, that looks so cool and refreshing! And it's SO pretty. Thanks for sharing...

Happy Foodie Friday to you!

XO,

Sheila :-)

Dish Diva said...

Looks good! harvey loves anything with jello, you should see my jello inventory!
By the way ,where did you get the floral wallpaper background? Ot looks like Country Chic?
A wallpaper that I had in my last home.I loved that paper so much.It cheers me to open your blog and see it.
Kay

Joyce said...

Perfect for a hot summer day:)
Joyce

Shelia said...

Morning, Cami! This looks so delish! I'm sure it would taste so good on one of our hot sunny days! Thanks for the recipe.
be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Poppedijne said...

This looks like a real fab idea for a kids party!

Mary said...

Your dessert looks like a collection of jewels. The colors are just wonderful. Thanks so much for sharing with us. Have a wonderful day.

Ginger said...

Hi Cami:
I've been a jello lover since I was a little kid. Any flavor of jello. I just get lazy and don't make it very often.

Katy ~ said...

While I agree this is fun for grandkids, I was actually thinking this would be fun for ME!!!

Kathleen said...

Hi Cami!
I haven't seen you around for a long time!
I hope all is well..
Your jello looks delicious!
Come visit...:)

darnold23 said...

This is so pretty and I know my little grands would think it so much fun. Thanks for sharing. Beginning August 5, I will be hosting Crock Pot Wednesdays at DiningwithDebbie.blogspot.com. I hope you will plan to join in the fun. Thanks. Debbiehanks for sharing.

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

How pretty it is! I bet that is delicious! laurie

Mary Ellen (megardengal) said...

Cami thank you so much for coming by and for your prayers. I am doing so very much better- my rash from the antibiotics is almost gone and I am counting down the days till Friday when I see the Dr. He is hopeful that I wont have to have surgery on the big toe where I received the rattlesnake bite- just so want to get back on my feet- 3 weeks of no projects getting done!!!

blessings
mary

Theresa @ Take A Sentimental Journey said...

Oh I will have to try it !

And thank you so much for remembering me in prayer ! My results are back, come see !!

Marge said...

How beautiful! I love all the colors and this sounds absolutely wonderful!

mickey said...

Tried these and they were wonderful! Thanks for sharing.