You’ll hear plenty of “oohs” and “aahs” when you serve this Broken Glass Jello. It’s a fun and colorful treat for kids … and kids at heart!
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Broken Glass Jello
I have wanted to share this Broken Glass Jello recipe with you guys for sooo long! It seems like every time I had this on my calendar to share, something would happen and I would never get around to making it. I’m so glad that today is the day!!
This is such a fun recipe to take to potlucks – and it’s especially fun as an addition to the Easter dessert table. Kids love it – and those of us who are kids at heart love it too! Even though it looks complicated, I assure you this Broken Glass Jello is super simple to put together. You will need to account for the time needed for the Jello to set up, but really, that is the hardest part!
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Broken Glass Jello
You'll hear plenty of "oohs" and "aahs" when you serve this Broken Glass Jello. It's a fun and colorful treat for kids ... and kids at heart!
- 4 boxes (3 oz. each) Jello gelatin, different colors
- 4 cups boiling water
- 2 envelopes (.25 oz. each) unflavored gelatin
- 2 cups hot water
- 1 can (14 oz.) sweetened condensed milk
- Using 1 cup of boiling water per box of Jello, dissolve each flavor separately, whisking until completely dissolved. Pour each flavor into individual containers and chill for at least 4 hours or overnight.
- Once the Jello is set, cut each flavor into small cubes and place them together in a glass 9×13-inch pan. Carefully mix the Jello cubes.
- In a separate bowl, dissolve both envelopes of unflavored gelatin in 2 cups of hot water. Let cool slightly, and stir in the sweetened condensed milk. Cool to the touch, and pour the cooled milk mixture over the Jello cubes. Lightly tap the pan on the counter to remove any air bubbles, then chill overnight.
- To serve, cut into squares.
This is a fun recipe for any holiday! For the 4th of July, use red and blue Jello. For Christmas, use red and green Jello.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 103Total Fat: 1gSaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 6mgSodium: 52mgFiber: 0gSugar: 9gProtein: 14g
I have not had this since I was a child and I loved it! Great memories!
Is there a way to make it lactose free my grandmother used to make this with me I want to make it with my granddaughters but I am gluten-free lactose free for Easter
Believe it or not, they make lactose-free sweetened condensed milk now! If you can’t find it on the baking aisle, check the ethnic section. Good luck!
I made this twice but the second time I used 1/2 cup cold water & mix well with the 2 package of gelatin Knox. Then mix with 1 1/2 hot water. Let cool , before mixing with the condensed milk. Everyone & especially the children loved it! 🙏😍