Finger Jello fits any occasion!
Posted on May 19, 2007
Filed Under Snacks
I saw layered finger jello on misssteph101′s site awhile ago, so I asked her for the recipe. We have our school program/picnic today, and I made it for that. It’s fun and easy and very pretty! Thanks Steph!
Layered Finger Jello
For each colored layer:
1 3 oz pkg of jello
1 pack (or Tbsp) unflavored gelatin
1 cup boiling water
For the white layer:
1 14 oz can sweetened condensed milk
4 packs (or 4 Tbsp) unflavored gelatin
2 cups boiling water
Mix each layer separately in containers. Let stand till room temperature, stirring occasionally.
Put 1st color in. Put in fridge until firm.
Put a third of the white layer in next. Refrigerate until firm.
Repeat layers until done.
When all mixtures are at room temp, it takes about 7 minutes till it’s firm enough to put the next layer on. As you can see below, I didn’t let the green get quite hard enough before putting the white on, or the white was still too warm, or both.
Mix and match and have fun!
Diabetic?… To make a sugar-free version, use sugar-free jello for the colored layers. For the white layer, use evaporated milk and 6 packets (or however sweet you want it) of Equal or other sweetener instead of the sweetened condensed milk.
This jello can be so fun! Use it for any occassion…
Valentine’s Day: red and white. You can even cut it out with a heart-shaped cookie cutter.
Christmas…red and green (and white). ——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————–
–St. Patrick’s Day… green and white.
–4th of July… red, white, and blue.
–Easter or Spring… pastels (4 colors of jello, and instead of having a white layer, mix 1/4 of the white part with each color, making them a more pastel color).
–School colors… if your school has colors.
–Or to make it more colorful, you can make 2 pans and make sure that the top and bottom colors are all different, then have some flipped over so all 4 colors show. Like this: