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Finger Jello

 

By Nikki Willhite

www.allthingsfrugal.com

 

What "melts in your mouth and not in your hands?" 

No- it's not M&M's. It's Finger Jello.

Want something cool and refreshing to take with you to the park on a hot summer's day? Want something equally enjoyed by both your 4 year old and your grandmother?  Try Finger Jello.  The best part of it is that it couldn't be easier to make.

Here are the ingredients

4 Cups Boiling Water
4 packages unflavored gelatin
1 and 1/2 Cups Jello (any flavor/flavors mixed together)

Mix the gelatin and jello together in a rectangular pan (approx 13x9). Bring the water to a boil, pour it into the jello powder, and stir until dissolved. (My family likes the bottom crunchy- so I stir less).

After it cools to room temperature, put in the refrigerator for it to harden (approximately one hour).

Eat it from the pan, or cut it into squares and put it on a plate in the refrigerator for quick grabbing.

What you take it outside, it will not melt. 

 

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