Recipe by JELL-O
"These tasty little gelatin bites combine carbonated club soda and orange flavored gelatin to create a non-alcoholic mini 'mimosa'. The addition of a strawberry slice creates a presentation-worthy touch!"
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1 (3 ounce) package
JELL-O Orange Flavor Gelatin
cold club soda
fresh strawberries, each cut crosswise into 5 slices
I used sugar free Jello. I didn't have club soda, I used Diet 7-Up instead. I didn't have little bowls, but I did have plastic muffin cups. Cute way to make "jigglers, I would have never thought to use muffin cups before. These were really good, we ate every single one of these. Next time, I'll try orange juice in place of the soda. I'll make them again.
Maybe I used too much cooking spray?! They were in my refrigerator for over 24 hours and they were still not hardened! I will have to try making these again because I think I must have messed up.
I used champangne instead of club soda ..... really good. molding them wasnt so easy though. they looked a little sloppy when I took them out of the cup.
I thought the flavor was ok, and it was simple enough to make, but I had the same problem as other reviewers, with unmolding the jello. I tried using a muffin tin for the molds, and briefly set the pan in hot water, but I could still not get a clean mold out of the pan. The jello stuck to the bottom, making a not-so-pretty finished product. I'm still glad I tried it, though. Thanks for sharing!
Well, I tried it, but then it's so sugary that I can taste the little sugar grains in my mouth, probably because I didn't mix thoroughly enough. I actually tried it with 2/3 cups of boiling water, 1/3 cup of cold water and 1/3 cup of soda the second time, and then refrigerated it for about 1 hour so that it is sort of stiff. And then I pour really little amounts into the molds, put the fruit on, and add the second layer, so as to "clip" the fruit in the middle, and then refrigerated it again for about 1-2 hours. Turned out better than I thought.I would try this one again!
This turned out okay. Not great, but not something I plan to hurry and make again.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/10 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 10
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 1
** Calories from Fat: < 1
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