Jello Hearts Recipe

Jello Hearts Recipe. Delicious jello hearts are a fun and fabulous sweet treat for adults and kids alike. Simple to make, these delightful little cups of goodness will put a smile on your children's faces.





Jello Hearts Recipe

Delicious jello hearts are a fun and fabulous sweet treat for adults and kids alike. Simple to make, these delightful little cups of goodness will put a smile on your children’s faces.

Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook time: 10 Minutes
Total Time: 2 hours 25 minutes (2 hours set time)

Ingredients:

1 package Raspberry Jell-O
2½ cups Water, divided
3.5 oz Sweetened Condensed Milk (½ can)
2 packets Unflavored Gelatin (Knox)
8 oz Whipped Cream
1 tsp Wilton Micro Heart Sprinkles

Directions:

• Prepare your jello following the directions on the back of your jello box; boil 1 cup of water, mix into jello, add one cup of cold water. (Ice for quicker setting)
• Fill your little glasses ¼ full with red jello; hold back 2 ounces of prepared jello liquid for later use.
• Tilt your glasses to the side in a bread pan lined with paper towel and place in the fridge for 1 hour.
• Boil ½ cup water, add in 2 packets unflavored gelatin; stir until dissolved
• Add sweetened condensed milk and the 2 ounces raspberry jello you held back to the mixture; boil for 1 minute.
• Fill your glass ¼ full with pink jello on the opposite side of your set red jello.
• Tilt glasses to the pink side in a bread pan lined with a paper towel, and set in the fridge for another hour.
• Squirt the middle of your heart with whipped cream and sprinkles.

• Makes 8 Jello Hearts

Jello Hearts Recipe. Delicious jello hearts are a fun and fabulous sweet treat for adults and kids alike. Simple to make, these delightful little cups of goodness will put a smile on your children's faces.


Jello Hearts Recipe

Jello Hearts Recipe Mise en Place:

(8) 4-5 ounce Glasses
Spatula
Measuring Cup
Sauce Pan
Bread Pan
• Paper Towel

Jello Hearts Recipe. Delicious jello hearts are a fun and fabulous sweet treat for adults and kids alike. Simple to make, these delightful little cups of goodness will put a smile on your children's faces.


Jello Hearts Recipe Ingredients:

• 1 package Raspberry Jell-O
• 2½ cups Water, divided
• 3.5 oz Sweetened Condensed Milk (½ can)
• 2 packets Unflavored Gelatin (Knox)
• 8 oz Whipped Cream
• 1 tsp Wilton Micro Heart Sprinkles

Jello Hearts Recipe. Delicious jello hearts are a fun and fabulous sweet treat for adults and kids alike. Simple to make, these delightful little cups of goodness will put a smile on your children's faces.


• Prepare your jello following the directions on the back of your jello box; boil 1 cup of water, mix into jello, add one cup of cold water. (Ice for quicker setting)

Jello Hearts Recipe. Delicious jello hearts are a fun and fabulous sweet treat for adults and kids alike. Simple to make, these delightful little cup of goodness will put a smile on your children's faces.


• Fill your little glasses ¼ full with red jello; hold back 2 ounces of prepared jello liquid for later use.
• Tilt your glasses to the side in a bread pan lined with paper towel and place in the fridge for 1 hour.

Jello Hearts Recipe. Delicious jello hearts are a fun and fabulous sweet treat for adults and kids alike. Simple to make, these delightful little cups of goodness will put a smile on your children's faces.


• Boil ½ cup water, add in 2 packets unflavored gelatin; stir until dissolved
• Add sweetened condensed milk and the 2 ounces raspberry jello you held back to the mixture; boil for 1 minute.
• Fill your glass ¼ full with pink jello on the opposite side of your set red jello.
• Tilt glasses to the pink side in a bread pan lined with a paper towel, and set in the fridge for another hour.

Jello Hearts Recipe. Delicious jello hearts are a fun and fabulous sweet treat for adults and kids alike. Simple to make, these delightful little cups of goodness will put a smile on your children's faces.


• Squirt the middle of your heart whipped cream and sprinkles.

• Makes 8 Jello Hearts

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Comments

  1. What a yummy looking craft/ treat! Thanks for linking up to Merry Monday! Yummed & sharing on Pinterest! Have a great week!
    Kim

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