Rainbow Jello Squares - How To
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5 (3 ounce) boxes of Jello
I used 1 purple, 2 each green and orange
2 (14 ounce) cans of sweetened condensed milk
9 envelopes plain gelatin
Start by putting some water on to boil. Next, prepare your 9x13 pan by spraying lightly with nonstick spray and wiping with a paper towel.
Now you can make your first colored layer of jello.
1 envelope of plain gelatin
¼ cup cold water
Mix this and then add:
1 cup boiling water
1 box of your colored jello
Stir this until you no longer see any granules left in the bowl. Pour into your pan and pop any bubbles that form. Place in the fridge for 15-20 minutes until set. Make sure your pan is level in the fridge or your layers won't be even.
Now you can make your creamy layer, combine:
½ cup cold water
2 envelopes plain gelatin
Mix to dissolve, then add the rest of your ingredients:
1 can sweetened condensed milk
1 ½ cups boiling water (add 1 cup first, stir to combine, then add the remaining half cup)
You will need 2 batches of this creamy layer. Prepare both and split into 5 equal portions.
Now you will be able to pour one portion of your creamy layer on top of your first (chilled) layer of colored jello. Repeat these steps until you have used all of your colored and creamy layers.
Allow this to chill in your fridge for at least 2 hours before you slice it up.
Rainbow Jello - Cathedral Window Recipe
Rainbow jello or cathedral window recipe is a delicious combination of condensed milk, evaporated milk, and four different flavours of jello. It is great for the Holidays or any time of year. Make it up and let us know what you think.
There are a few trips to this recipes. First off, I use blueberry, orange, strawberry, and lime jello. You can use the flavours of your choice, however. I just find these really colourful. Also, more than four flavours can be used but do not overdue it. The jello instructions call for two cups of water, but I only use a cup and a half to make it a little firmer. You can also reduce the jello in half if you do not want as much.
The jello will set in about four hours, so I usually make this a two day recipe. The jello on the first day, and the rest on the second day. I know it seems like a bit of time, but it is well worth it.
The pineapple juice it optional, but I find it adds a great twist of flavour to the dish.
I use a bundt pan, but if you do not have one or cannot find one, use the pan of your choice.
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Although Rainbow jello cups are a bit time consuming to prepare, the outcome is well worth it. Serve these delicious, eye-catching Jello desserts for St. Patrick's Day or anytime.
Are you ready for this epic jello recipe? Rainbow jello is beautiful, super easy to make, and looks darn impressive when you serve it at a party. I mean, how could you not smile when eating this?!
Make sure that each layer cools completely before adding the next (you don't want all the colors to mix together). We cut ours into squares but you could also make it in a bundt pan and serve it in colorful rainbow slices.
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Rainbow Jello Recipe
This is a beautiful rainbow Jello recipe. It tastes great but looks
so much better. The white strip gives the jello an exceptionally
beautiful touch. The final product will look amazing.
5 packages of Jello
7 packages gelatin
2/3 cup (150 mL) sweetened condensed milk
7 1/2 cup boiling water total
This colorful dessert will please anyone. Very easy to create, great fun to enjoy.
1. 85g (3-ounces) packet berry blue jelly crystals
2. 85g (3-ounces) packet lime jelly crystals
3. 85g (3-ounces) packet lemon jelly crystals
4. 85g (3-ounces) packet strawberry jelly crystals
5. 5 cups boiling water, plus 1/3 cup extra
6. 395g (13.9 oz) can sweetened condensed milk
7. 2 tablespoons powdered gelatin
8. Cooking spray
1. Lightly spray a 2-litre (8-cup) fluted jelly mold with oil (I use 6-cup fluted jelly mold and 7 layer jelly just fit into mold). Combine blue jelly crystals and 1 cup of the boiling water in a heatproof bowl; stir until jelly dissolves. Cool to room temperature. Pour into prepared mold. Chill for 1 hour or until firm.
2. Combine condensed milk and 1 cup of the boiling water in a heatproof jug. Sprinkle gelatin over extra 1/3 cup boiling water in a separate small heatproof jug. Stir until gelatin dissolves. Add gelatin to condensed milk mixture. Cool to room temperature. Pour a third (about 3/4 cup) of the condensed-milk mixture over blue jelly. Chill for 1 hour or until firm.
3. Repeat the layering process, using remaining jellies, boiling water and condensed milk mixture, chilling for 1 hour between each layer and finishing with strawberry jelly (if the condensed-milk mixture - to be used between jelly layers - starts to set, microwave on HIGH (100%) in 20-seconds bursts until liquefied (do not boil) . Chill the assembled jelly overnight.
4. Invert jelly mold carefully onto a serving plate (dip base of mold briefly just for few seconds in hot water before turning out). Makes 12 serves.
How To Make Rainbow Jello!
One of my favorite recipes is Rainbow Jello. Also called Ribbon Jello. You will need one of each colors of the rainbow jello boxes in 3oz size. I am using Rasberry, orange, lemon, lime, blueberry, and grape to cover red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple. It takes a lot of time cause you need to do one layer at a time but the end result covered in whipped cream is well worth the wait! :D