can someone tell me a recipe of dessert which contain jello?
There are several delicious jello recipes.One of the simplest recipes is fruit moulds.All you do is add fresh fruit into your jello mixture before refrigerating.
One of my favorites though,is Mousse! Depending on the flavor of jello you have;
1 packet jello, 170g
2 cups Vanilla Ice cream
1 cups Hot water
1 cup cold water
Diced fruits of your choice (optional)
Dissolve the Jell-O powder in the hot water first.Add cold water
Add the ice cream and mix well.
Arrange the fruits in your serving cups and fill with the jello/ice cream mixture.
Chill in the fridge for 3-4 hours.
*note you can substitute yogurt instead of ice cream.
and last but not least is my most favorite jello desert called 'TRIFLE' a three layered refrigerated desert;(you can add as many layers as you like) the most basic layers are sponge cake, custard and jello.(You can substitute the type of cake or cream instead of custard).
This is my multi layered version;
1.Cut songe cake into pieces and line a medium size cake pan.
2.Pour a layer of custard over
3.Sprinkle walnuts or topping of your choice.
4.Add a layer of jello
6.Repeat step 1-5 until you reach the end of the pan.The top layer should be custard.Sprinkle with nuts. Refrigerate. This is best made the night before, the longer it sets the better it tastes:)
by Rabia Sajjad 7 years ago
Can we make yummy ice cream at home?
by every1_loves_food 10 years ago
Just wondering what kinds of desserts people enjoy making and, of course, consuming! I recently tried a chocolate mousse with a twist... it's gorgeous! Give it a go!http://hubpages.com/hub/Cappuccino-Choc … st-Dessert
by Randomly 7 years ago
Frozen yogurt or ice cream?
by Justine76 8 years ago
HELP! I am supposed to bring Jello Mold to Thanksgiving and I lost my recipe. Its the kind with strawberries and cool whip mixed in, does anybody know how to mkae that? I can't remeber the proportions or how long to let the jello sit before you add stuff...
by Haseena 5 years ago
What's the ideal dessert to have on a hot Summer's day...?
by elisabeth reid 10 years ago
cost isn't an object. Calories? Pshaw -- it's all calorie-free for tonight. Time of preparation? Not an issue. What would it be?(and no, I'm not going to get it for you -- this is hypothetical -- so there).
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