Rainbow Jello: 3 Different Takes

Suzanne Murray
Toddlers & Preschoolers
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rainbow jelloKid's love colorful food -- rainbow pancakes, rainbow cake. So why not rainbow jello? It's cool and refreshing -- the perfect summer treat.

I found three different versions. Take a look, and try the recipe that appeals to you the most.

The first rainbow jello recipe calls for five boxes of Jell-O, unflavored gelatin, and condensed milk. This recipe seems the easiest of the three because you're alternating Jell-O with milk and you don't actually have to deal with the tricky bit of blending the colors to make a rainbow. To get the details, visit Momofuku for 2.

rainbow jelloThe second recipe I found via odeedoh. It calls for three different colors of Jell-O and a box of Knox Gelatin, and should look something like the photo above when completed. For the how-tos, visit Do Better.

 

rainbow jelloThe last recipe (result shown above) is from Adventures of a Food Slut, who used Jell-O, cool whip, and sour cream. For how-tos, visit her blog.

 

Have you ever made rainbow jello? What's your favorite recipe?


Images (top to bottom) via Momofuku for 2, Do Better, Adventures of a Food Slut

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