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Jell-O Recipes for Kids

1. Simple Jell-O Sandcastles

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If you’ve been building sandcastles at the beach all summer long, why not try it in the kitchen? Have your kids add the marshmallow tops and the brown sugar “sand” for a bit of sunshine on
a rainy afternoon. Make Jell-O sandcastles!

2. Jell-O Fishbowl

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Wow your little ones with this whimsical treat packed with Sweedish Fish and jelly-bean “rocks.” They’ll never look at Jell-O the same way again. Make Jell-O fishbowls for kids.

3. Fruit Jell-O Shots

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These “shots” may remind parents of those wild college years, but we think this nonalcoholic version, served up with a side of gummies, is way more fun than any frat party. Make fruity Jell-O shots.

4. Jell-O Petri Dish Treats

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It’s alive! The creepy-crawly factor from these jiggly Jell-O petri dishes and sour gummy worms make eating them all that more delightful. A great snack for a science-group study break, perhaps? Make Jell-O Petri dish treats.

5. Vegan Gelatin With Agar Agar

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Didn’t think it was possible to eat Jell-O after going vegan? Think again! Vegan- and vegetarian-friendly ingredient Agar Agar works to make all types of gelatin recipes without animal byproducts. Make vegan gelatin.

6. Frozen Jell-O Fruit Popsicles

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If it’s too hot for plain-old Jell-O, try it as a frozen treat. These Jell-O popsicles are loaded with fruit, making this an extra sweet, refreshing snack. Make frozen Jell-O fruit popsicles.

7. Stained Glass Jell-O

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Pretty as a picture! You might want to take a photograph of these beautiful stained-glass Jell-O squares once you make them because your kids will gobble them up fastMake stained glass Jell-O.

8. Rainbow Jellies

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Who doesn’t love a colorful, jiggly treat? These jellies would be a fun snack to make when your child is learning about ROY G. BIV in class. Make rainbow jellies.

9. Pineapple-Raspberry Jell-O Bites

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Think kid-friendly Jell-O can’t work as a grown-up appetizer? These elegant pineapple-raspberry squares will make you reconsider. Make pineapple-raspberry Jell-O bites.

10. Striped Jell-O Bites

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Earn your (Jell-O) stripes! This layered treat is a beautiful appetizer for a party — or just a dressed-up afternoon snack. Make striped Jell-O bites.

11. Fruity Jell-O Cups

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For parent chefs who need to break out of the Jell-O mold: If you find your gelatin creation crumbling, make it work with pretty cups like these — and a little kitchen magic. Make fruity Jell-O cups.

12. Grape Jiggle Cups

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Kids can get their fruit fix and sweet fix with these cups, which are made with 100% grape juice to cut down on the sugar factor. Make grape jiggle cups.

 

Article Posted 5 years Ago

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