Friday, April 6, 2012

Jello Jiggler Easter Eggs

I had to throw this last Easter idea out as you are preparing your menu for Easter dinner. For many people, Jello is a go-to salad for holiday dinners. This is a fun way to make Jello different...Jello Jiggler Easter Eggs.

Jello Eggs are fun.

So, here's how you do it...

What you need:
Jello Egg Mold
1-1/2 Cup Boiling Water (do not add cold water)
1-6oz pkg Jello, any flavor (suger free works great!)
Spray insides of both sides of egg mold with non stick spray.
Close mold, snapping each of the 6 egg halves together, making sure that each egg is closed and sealed.
Place on tray with fill side up.

Add boiling water to gelatin in 2 cup measuring pitcher.
Stir for 3 minutes or until completely dissolved.
Pour into smaller measuring cup with pour spout if large one is too awkward.

Immediately pour into mold through fill holes until each egg is filled just to top of egg shape.

Refrigerate 3 hours or until firm.
Gently and slowly open the mold. Once the seal is broken, wait a few seconds and the eggs will separate from the mold. Turn mold over and gently shake while holding close to a plate and the eggs will drop out.

 Serve on a bed of lettuce leaves, shredded lettuce or cabbage or colored coconut, with whipped topping on the side.
Printable Recipe

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Happy Easter! Don't forget the reason for the season!


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