Hope to see you soon!

January 9, 2011 at 11:51 am | Posted in event | Comments Off on Hope to see you soon!
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I begin 2011 as a full time working mother.  As this may be my last post, I wanted to end on a high note…my Rainbow Jello!

Thanks for all of the kind comments and shout-outs!

It was a fun ride!

Flag Jello

July 4, 2008 at 2:39 pm | Posted in Dessert | 9 Comments
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Happy 4th of July! We are celebrating with our neighbors later today. There will be a BBQ, desserts, fireworks, and jello. Yes, that’s right, surprise surprise, I’m bringing jello.

I made these the same as my rainbow jello and heart jello, only with blue and red jello. Last year I did a white center with condensed milk, but I just couldn’t get over the milk gelatin, so gross sounding! So I just stuck with red and blue on my white plate, still effective, and much better tasting.

Of course, with all of the leftovers, I had do add something white. So I dropped the scraps into a glass jar with some whipped cream.

Rainbow Jello

March 18, 2008 at 8:20 pm | Posted in Dessert | 199 Comments
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I was one of the last parents to arrive at school the day the sign-up sheet went up for the Easter Party. Never be the last mom to sign up..the only thing left…jello.

I brought jello last time and really wanted to do cupcakes or cookies or something fun. Reluctantly I signed up for jello, again.

But I didn’t make just jello. Oh no, not me. I made JELLO!

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I picked up a 6oz box of blue, yellow and red jello plus a box of knox gelatin. To get these fabulous layers, mix the blue jello with an envelope of the knox gelatin. Pour in two cups of boiling water. Dissolve the gelatin. Add 1/2 cup of ice. Stir until thick. Remove any remaining ice cubes and any bubbles that may have formed. Pour into a 9×13 inch pan. Let set in the refrigerator.

Repeat with the yellow jello and pour it over the set blue. Repeat with the red jello and pour it over the yellow. And there you have it, Rainbow Jello.

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I won’t go into the whole primary and secondary color thing, but these colors, when stacked upon each other, create other colors. There is not an orange or green layer. It just looks like it when the red and yellow layers touch and then yellow and blue layers touch. Pretty cool.

Oh, and these can be made and cut a day ahead.

This was a surprise!  Thanks for the tip Gretchen!

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