Jello is a quick and easy way to add flavor to an array of desserts. If the thought of Jello has your mouth watering, take a look at these recipes for tonight's dessert ideas.
For best results when preparing these fruity gels, use fresh fruit juice, fruit-juice blend, or smoothie. Do not use juices containing papaya or pineapple because they can prevent the gelatin from firming up.
Cut these colorful wiggly gelatin snacks in many different shapes. Kids will love them!
Cherry gelatin, yogurt, and white grape juice make the red, pink and white layers in this pretty dessert. They are also good snacks.
Serve this wild and wiggly gelatin dessert to end special occasion dinners as well as weeknight meals. To dress the dessert, top it with strawberries and mint leaves.
A heavenly blend of whipping cream and cream cheese tops fruit-packed strawberry gelatin for a truly spectacular salad that also can be served as dessert.
Make this fresh, light summer dessert ahead of serving time to serve with a barbecue dinner. Keep it chilling while tending to food on the grill.
This nutritious, low-calorie dessert provides 6 grams of fiber per serving.
Cherries and cherry-flavored gelatin make this Greek yogurt-based pie pretty in pink. If you can't find Amaretti cookies for the crust, substitute graham cracker crumbs.
Little kids will gobble up these sweet gelatin kisses for a snack or dessert.
Berry season is bonus time for dieters because it is so easy to use them in low-calorie desserts. For this fat-free recipe, sliced strawberries are folded into a gelatin mixture laced with rose wine.
A pound cake mix and blue gelatin help create a dessert that makes a big splash at kids' parties.
The peach mixture for this refreshing drink recipe can be placed in the freezer and served at the spur of the moment when unexpected guests arrive.
This patriotic gelatin mold, layered in red, white, and blue, has a sour cream and cream cheese layer with fresh berries.
Marshmallow-sour cream sauce dresses this molded raspberry-apple flavored gelatin dessert.
Make these sweet sugar plums for a Christmas dessert platter. Or bring them to a cookie exchange for unique gifts.