Posted by: Sylvia | October 14, 2010

Rainbow Jell-O Recipe Tutorial!

Rainbow Jell-O Recipe & Tutorial!

So the girls from my book club wanted the recipe for the Jell-O,
so I decided to make a little picture tutorial.

You’ll need FIVE 6oz boxes of Jell-O.
I used 5 different colors.


TWO boxes of Knox Gelatin

One can sweetened condensed milk


Step One
Mix 3 packages of Knox gelatin in 1 1/2 cups boiling water.
Mix until dissolved.
Add sweetened condensed milk to Knox gelatin mixture.
Set aside.


Step 2
Mix 3 packages of Knox gelatin with 1 1/4 cups boiling water.
Mix until dissolved.
Set aside.


Step Three
Dissolve 1 box of Jell-O in 1 cup boiling water.
I started with blue because I wanted it on the bottom.
You can start with whatever color you’d like 🙂

Step Four
Add 1/4 cup of the Knox gelatin mixture to the Jell-O.
Pour into a 9×13 glass dish.


Step Five
Now the waiting begins!
Let set in the refrigerator for 20-30 minutes.
I did 20 minutes and my layers were perfectly set.

Step Six
Pour 3/4 cup sweetened condensed milk mixture over the Jell-O layer.


Step 7
Let sweetened condensed milk layer set up in refrigerator.
I let mine set 10 minutes and it was golden.
While I waited, I repeated Step 3 with the next color.
That way I was ready to add the next Jell-O
when the milk layer was set.

Repeat Steps 3-7 with the remaining four flavors.
Do not try to be speedy and use the freezer 🙂
My layer order was: blue, milk, green, milk, yellow, milk, orange, milk, red

And VOILA!
You now have a beautiful rainbow Jell-O
to wow your friends and children 🙂


It can sit out of the refrigerator for up to three hours.
You can dig in with one big bite.

Enjoy!

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