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October 11, 2004

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hwneyes

I will try this recipe. I've been into Kalihi Supermeats and saw this type of jello in their showcase. I finally bought a tray and it was delicious. I tried to look online as rainbow jello and it was almost the same but not quite. I hope this is the same as the one I bought at Kalihi Super Meats.

Reid

Hi hwneyes,

Welcome to my blog!

I've never been to Kalihi Super Meats so I couldn't tell you if this was the same or not.

Try it and let me know OK?

Thanks again for stopping by!

pam

hi there..i tried your recipe and it was delicious.. but the only problem was that i didn't know how to take the jelly out of the mould without breaking it.. any tips??

Reid

Hi Pam,

Thank you for stopping by my blog!

Normally, I use a non-stick pan so I don't have any problems removing the JELL-O®. However, what you might want to do is lightly grease the pan/mold as follows:

Take a small amount of vegetable a liberally coat the pan. Once that's done, rinse the pan under hot water to remove excess oil. Do not wipe the pan dry. You want to keep the oil that remains.

When you do this, the JELL-O®, will have a nice glossiness to it.

Thanks again for stopping by.

Sean

I've had my own version of this for the longest time. Mine has a graham cracker bottom and uses about half a large box of dreamwhip instead of the condensed milk or evaporated milk or heavy cream. It doesn't turn out as solid, but I still like. Going to try this today I think. Thanks for the new recipe.

Reid

Hi Sean,

Thanks for dropping by the blog!

I've heard of people making broken glass jello pie and I'm interested in trying it.

I think i need to look up a recipe for it..unless of course you'd like to share.

Sean

Well eventually got around to this. The recipe is fairly simple.

Base:
2-2/3 cup graham crumbs
1 tbsp flour
1/4 cup sugar
2 tbsp butter

Mix all ingredients together, and press 2 cups of the mix into a 9x13inch pan and bake at 350F for about 5-6 minutes.

I find any crumb base that needs to be cooked works. I used crushed chocolate teddy grahams once in place of graham crumbs.

Filling:
3 Jello Colors
1 Large Box Dreamwhip (or 2 small)
Icing Sugar
Pineapple Juice
1 Pack Knox Gelatin

1) Pick 3+ jello colors and mix each in its own pan (sprayed with Pam spray) with only one cup of boiling water. After they are set, cut into squares.
2) Whip 4 packs of Dreamwhip according to directions (I think it's 1 cup milk per pack and the vanilla isn't really needed). Fold in 1/2 cup icing sugar by hand.
3) Warm 1 cup pineapple juice to a simmer (I used cran-raspberry juice once, turned out good). Mix 1-2 packs knox gelatin (depends how stiff you want it) with 1/4 cup water, 1/2 cup for 2 packs.
4) Mix the gelatin mix with the juice. Incorperate juice and jello into the dreamwhip and pour onto the cooked crumb mix. (I find the jello likes to sink so I used a spoon to get it all so it's somewhat even.)
5) Sprinkle top with remaining crumb mix from the start and put in fridge to set.

There is usally some leftover so I just stick it in a bowl and let it set with some of the crumb mix on top. I'd type this out neater, but it's late and I need some sleep. Enjoy.

Mansi

HI, just came here through sheer luck looking for jellos, and i have to sincerely compliment you on this beautiful creation!! it's amazing; i love the jagged multi-color look, and i bet it'll taste great too:)

brilliant!!

-mansi

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