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JELL-O Firecrackers

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Great snack they taste and look delicious!
posted by
kmburke12
on 12/9/2013
time
prep:
45 min
total:
2 hr 45 min
servings
total:
20 servings
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posted:
12/9/2013
Great snack they taste and look delicious!
posted:
7/9/2013
I made these for a family gathering on July 4th. My daughter really liked the way they looked.
posted:
7/7/2013
I made these firecrakers for my family on the 4th. Everyone got a kick out of thier appearence and enjoyed how good they were. It is very important to spray the shot glass before putting the jell-o into them. Without that spray it can be difficult to get them out of the glasses. I will be making these little treats again.
posted:
7/5/2013
Try them topped with whipped cream just before serving - YUM!
posted:
7/5/2013
The firecrackers were a hit. The only complaint was that they were alcohol free. Easy to make. I accidently purchased the 2 oz shot--I just doubled the recipe. I think the 1 oz shot would be easier to eat. Thank you Kraft for the fun recipe.
posted:
6/27/2013
What a fun recipe to make for kids. It was so easy, except removing them from the plastic cups (I made sure I sprayed them with oil), I had to crack the cups to remove them. I found 2 oz plastic cups (50/bag) at Gordon Food Service and they did break easily so it was no problem. Because of the larger cups, I only made 15 firecrackers.
posted:
7/25/2012
I made this for the 4th and everyone loved them, I made 2 batches 1 for the kids and the other with a little kick it for the adults. You do have to stay with it and I would say that it is better to leave the cups in the frig. a little longer than state in recipe in between each layer.
posted:
7/4/2012
how long did you let the jello sit before starting to layer the firecrackers?? Mine came out horrible,lol Tasted good just didn't look likr it was supposed to.
posted:
6/27/2012
amazing!
posted:
6/12/2012
k here is what I took away from this. 1) 1 oz shot glasses can be bought at Party City but they are really small. I doubled the recipe and used 3 oz cups from Walmart. It makes a larger more plate-worthy dessert but the smaller version is cute and bite-sized. 2) Do NOT sprinkle the unflavored gelatin over milk and let it stand like that. It started to clump and I whisked until my forearms grew two sizes and was not able to get the hard clumps to break up. I followed the directions twice as written and recommend giving the milk/gelatin a quick whisk with a fork while the rest is on the stove. 3) The times before layering worked perfectly. When you touch the Jell-O, it should stick to your finger a little, but not be so soft you can suspend fruit. My layers came out beautifully as directed and they didn't come apart on me. 4) I did do a light spray in the cups and with an off-set spatula they popped out perfectly. I made this ahead of the 4th so I knew it would be a winner and it will be
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