Easter Jiggles!

The kids have been back in school for three days now, and so I have been laying around, relaxing, eating bonbons…

Just kidding! 😂 Somehow I’ve been more busy!  I’m sure after this week it will slow down…

Oh what’s that?  I thought it would slow down?  Better volunteer to coach my daughters soccer team. 😂😂

So I wanted to make a fun after school snack that I could make early (I am way more active in the morning. By 3pm I am running entirely on prayer and caffeine) and I wanted it to be Easter themed!  What better snack than some Jello-O jigglers like my mom used to make. 

Now my mom had the coolest jell-o molds, but I didn’t have time to ask her for them. So I used something I had already that you probably have too!

Easter Jell-O Jigglers

Ingredients

6 oz flavored jell-o

3 oz unflavored gelatin

3 cups boiling water


In a medium sized bowl combine the water and the jell-o. Stir well

Add the unflavored gelatin and whisk it all together


Pour the mixture into a 9×13 baking dish


Put in the fridge until firm, it took three hours for me. 


When the jell-o “jiggles” to the touch pull it out and grab some Easter cookie cutters!


I recommend laying them out like this to make your plan to cut out. With cookies you can just re-roll the dough,  but you can’t combine jell-o scraps. You can definitely eat them though…just saying 😉

Press the cutters down gently, one at a time


Carefully use a spoon to pull out your jiggler!


These were also great because the kids could carry them to the car as we dashed to figure skating practice! 


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12 thoughts on “Easter Jiggles!

  1. These are so cute and such an easy way to add an Easter flair to a jello dessert. I’ve never cooked/baked with gelatin, but this recipe definitely inspires me to try! Thanks!

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  2. I love jello jigglers! I had completely forgotten about these! Thanks for the remider and I can’t wait to make some with my kids!

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    1. I was a little nervous because for some reason in the last when I make jello it had this weird foam on it. I was super happy they turned out!

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