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stained glass jell-o eggs, made these last year and they are tasty

Jello-parfaits. Thinking of doing this for Paetyn's birthday treats at school in lieu of cupcakes (kids that can't have wheat in her class...)

I remember jello starting in nursery school when many of the boys could swallow jello cubes whole---without chewing them first. However, I "chew" everything before I swallow---even pudding and milk shakes.

A Crown Jewels Cake...apparently I'm drawn to food that looks like it should be in a weird 80's cartoon.

Bringing back the Jell-O Mold tradition! Gelatina de Navidad by SandeeA Cocina, via Flickr

Make, set & cut out 4 small boxes of red Jello Jigglers into hearts. In a medium bowl: 1/2 cup cold water, sprinkle 2 envelopes of plain gelatin over the top, let stand for 1 minute. Stir in 1 1/2 cups boiling water and sweetened condensed milk, mix well and allow to cool. Pour over hearts placed in pan, chill & cute into squares.

Jell-O in orange slices (can make with / without alcohol) - so pretty!

Rainbow Jell-o Easter Eggs - I don't know how good they'd taste, but they'd be a lot of fun to make for kids. I need to borrow some kids!