Fun With Jell-O Two Variations

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RAINBOW IN A CUP

Do this one for special church dinners and for B-day parties. Kids love it. You need Jell-O in red (strawberry or cherry), yellow (lemon) and blue (raspberry) flavours. Mix according to package directions, but don’t put in the fridge. Pour the blue Jell-O into the bottom of clear plastic cups (1/3) - set in fridge to jell about 1 hour. Remove and spoon yellow Jell-O on top of blue. Back in the fridge for about 30 minutes, then add the red Jell-O to the tops of the cups. Voila! When you look through the cups you will actually see 5 colours of jell-O. Garnish with some whipped topping and sprinkles.



CREAMY JELL-O


This is a nice change to regular Jell-O and pudding. Mix up your favorite flavor of Jell-O, but only add the 1 cup of hot water, NOT the cold. Instead add 1 cup of vanilla frozen yogurt or ice cream, whisking it into the hot Jell-O until it is creamy and frothy, Pour into dessert dishes and set in fridge for an hour or so. I like to use orange Jell-O because it tastes just like a creamsicle, but any flavor will work.

 
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