Stain glass jello bars EASY. Such a fun, and festive, and versatile idea, you will love this Stained Glass Jello recipe! Have you ever made a poke cake with jello? So easy and everyone's always impressed because it's so pretty.
Red, White & Blue Stained Glass Jello Stars are an easy and festive recipe that can be customized with any combination of colors – make them for tailgate. Broken Glass or Stained Glass Jello Shots. Note: Make sure that the white gelatin is not warm. You can have Stain glass jello bars EASY using 5 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Stain glass jello bars EASY
- You need 4-3 oz of boxes jello any flavors you like.
- Prepare 4 cups of boiling water divided into cups (you’ll need only one cup of water per flavor of jello).
- It’s 1-14 oz of can sweetened condensed milk *NOT EVAPORATED MILK.
- Prepare 2 cups of boiling water.
- You need 2-.25 oz of envelopes unflavored gelatin mix.
It will melt the cubes and stain the white gelatin. Broken Glass Jello aka Stained Glass Jello, is simply colourful jello cubes immersed in a condensed milk jello. And then the whole thing is chilled in the fridge, until it's all set and ready But How Do You Make Jello Cubes? Jello cubes are so easy to make.
Stain glass jello bars EASY instructions
- Prepare all 4 boxes of your flavored jello and put into four separate dishes and place in fridge for 4 hours or until set firm. Cut into cubes of various sizes..
- Places all cubes into a 13×9 baking dish that has been lightly sprayed with PAM or any similar cooking spray..
- Mix both envelopes of unflavored gelatin with two cups of boiling water and stir in condensed milk. Allow to cool 10 minutes and pour over the cubes. Place in fridge for 4 hours or until set firm. Slice into bars. Keep in the fridge until ready to eat!.
You can use as many flavours of jello you want. The day before, prepare the raspberry. Pour into pan over crust and sprinkle with remaining crust mixture. Chill six to eight hours or overnight. Stained Glass Jello recipe: My grandmother would make this for holidays, I think it reminded her of a catholic church windows.