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So I decided to make Stained Glass Jigglers again for the girls. I figured I would share, on the off chance that someone has not seen these yet.
Stained Glass Jigglers:
4 to 6 boxes of different colored jello 3 oz
2 packets of unflavored gelatin
1 can condensed milk
boiling water

Make each jello Jigglers according to direction on package. refrigerate for several hours to set
Once jello sets, add 2 packets gelatin to 2 cups boiling water, stir to disolve, add can of condensed milk. Refrigerate to cool, 30 min.
Meanwhile cube all other Jigglers and set in large pan, any pattern you would like.
Pour cooled milk jello over set Jigglers and refrigerate over night.

This is super easy, pretty, and yummy. I made this last night but failed to keep the water boiling for the jigglers so some of my batches of jiggles were jello and did not hold up like they should have . So I went ahead and made it with the jello, it does not look as pretty as the picture, but good enough for my girls.


I will include the pinterest link so you can see better pictures:
http://www.foodlibrarian.com/2009/03/broken-glass-jello.html?m=1
post #3662 of 7540
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Originally Posted by OrganicFarmWife View Post

So I decided to make Stained Glass Jigglers again for the girls. I figured I would share, on the off chance that someone has not seen these yet.
Stained Glass Jigglers:
4 to 6 boxes of different colored jello 3 oz
2 packets of unflavored gelatin
1 can condensed milk
boiling water

Make each jello Jigglers according to direction on package. refrigerate for several hours to set
Once jello sets, add 2 packets gelatin to 2 cups boiling water, stir to disolve, add can of condensed milk. Refrigerate to cool, 30 min.
Meanwhile cube all other Jigglers and set in large pan, any pattern you would like.
Pour cooled milk jello over set Jigglers and refrigerate over night.

This is super easy, pretty, and yummy. I made this last night but failed to keep the water boiling for the jigglers so some of my batches of jiggles were jello and did not hold up like they should have . So I went ahead and made it with the jello, it does not look as pretty as the picture, but good enough for my girls.


I will include the pinterest link so you can see better pictures:
http://www.foodlibrarian.com/2009/03/broken-glass-jello.html?m=1

 

Easy and pretty. I can see how kids would have fun eating those!

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post #3663 of 7540
@OrganicFarmWife Cute idea! I love it!

Today I started on the ritz cracker cookies. I have no where near enough chocolate, so will have to go to Costco and buy two more big bags of chocolate chips. I know this isn't baking, but for those of you who hadn't heard of these, all you need is
🔸Ritz crackers
🔸Peanut butter
🔸Chocolate chips
🔸Wax paper
Melt chocolate chips. Take two ritz crackers, put peanut butter on one and place the other ritz on top to make a sandwich. Dip in melted chocolate, make sure it's all coated in chocolate and set on wax paper to dry.

They are easy, just very time consuming. I make a lot of them. I got a Costco box of ritz crackers and two jars of peanut butter. I usually make the ritz/peanut butter sandwiches, place them in a ziplock bag and then all I have to do is melt the chocolate and dip them.
post #3664 of 7540
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Those look nice Alice!

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post #3665 of 7540

I am overdosing on the smell of gingerbread.  Baking my entry for the contest tonite - :bun

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post #3666 of 7540
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I am overdosing on the smell of gingerbread.  Baking my entry for the contest tonite - bun.gif
Yum!
post #3667 of 7540
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I am overdosing on the smell of gingerbread.  Baking my entry for the contest tonite - :bun

Way to go!

post #3668 of 7540
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Originally Posted by Alice28 View Post

@OrganicFarmWife Cute idea! I love it!

Today I started on the ritz cracker cookies. I have no where near enough chocolate, so will have to go to Costco and buy two more big bags of chocolate chips. I know this isn't baking, but for those of you who hadn't heard of these, all you need is
🔸Ritz crackers
🔸Peanut butter
🔸Chocolate chips
🔸Wax paper
Melt chocolate chips. Take two ritz crackers, put peanut butter on one and place the other ritz on top to make a sandwich. Dip in melted chocolate, make sure it's all coated in chocolate and set on wax paper to dry.

They are easy, just very time consuming. I make a lot of them. I got a Costco box of ritz crackers and two jars of peanut butter. I usually make the ritz/peanut butter sandwiches, place them in a ziplock bag and then all I have to do is melt the chocolate and dip them.
of course save me some....Phil
post #3669 of 7540
So hey....I made Smores cupcakes tonight...yummy...sorry it was a mix.... But oh well I loved them anyway....how could I not...marshmallow filling....yum...Phil
post #3670 of 7540
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So hey....I made Smores cupcakes tonight...yummy...sorry it was a mix.... But oh well I loved them anyway....how could I not...marshmallow filling....yum...Phil
That does sound really good. I cook with mixes all the time. I love baking from scratch, but usually do not have the time, energy, to do it.
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