3/4 cup boiling water 1 package (4 serving size) Jello, any flavor 1/2 cup cold water ice cubes 1/2 cup thawed Cool Whip
Pour boiling water into blender. Add Jello. Cover and blend at low speed until Jello is completely dissolved, about 30 seconds. Combine cold water and ice cubes to make 1 1/4 cups. Add to Jello and stir until ice is partially melted. Then add whipped topping; blend at high speed for 30 seconds. Pour into dessert glasses. Chill about 30 minutes. Dessert layers as it chills. Garnish as desired (lemon, orange or strawberry wedges, etc.)
A great recipe but TEN SERVINGS! What is this a Tapas Dessert! :-)
Not even 10 TWO OUNCE servings.
Guest Foodie April 23, 2007 REVIEW:
This tastes pretty close to the jello 1 2 3 made up until 1996. Although I have one suggestion. To get better layering fill your dessert cup half full very quickly, then slowling fill it. Also, I only got 2 good size servings with the package. If you used very small dixie cups you could possibly get 4 servings. You can also try this with lite jello and lite whipped cream. It makes for a really good low calorie snack.
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remmie July 22, 2004 REVIEW:
I doubled this recipe to supposidly make 20 servings for an 80's party I'm hosting tonight, and I started pouring the Jello into the cups, and came up with only 4 8-oz glasses worth, so at most 8 servings. Other than that, it seems to be working well
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