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Aquarium Cups

Aquarium Cups recipe
photo by:kraft
Berry blue gelatin poured over strawberries in clear plastic cups is filled with gummy fish. Kids love to make and eat these mini aquarium snacks.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
1 hr 15 min
servings
total:
4 servings, about 1/2 cup each
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posted:
9/7/2007
i tried this recipe and did not like the results the fish taste a little funny and the strawberries floated so pretty much it just wasn't a good outcome
posted:
8/31/2007
The strawberries wouldn't stay on the bottom and the fish got funky. It was edible but not something I'd make again.
posted:
6/9/2007
Instead of using strawberries, I bought some chocolate rocks from WinCo over in the bulk section they sink really good and it leaves a little treat down there in "The Deep Blue Sea"
posted:
5/29/2007
This recipe was terrible! It looked so cute, so I decided to make it as an alternative dessert at my Memorial Day BBQ for those that are gluten free. I could not get the strawberries to stay at the bottom of the cup as they floated towards the top. However, my biggest complaint was the gummy fish. They got all soggy and weird tasting. Everyone was grossed out. I don't know why the jello destroyed the fish, but I won't be making this again for sure! I'd suggest trying another recipe.
posted:
3/25/2007
Fantastic for the shower, everyone loved it. place 4 fish in the glass, one on each side instead of the middle and it shows through, no need to thin the jello.
posted:
10/2/2006
The blue jello is really dark and hard to see through as in your picture. I had to mix it with some clear - and then the taste was compromised. I would use fruit in the bottom over jelly beans if i made this again as the jelly beans got really funky.
posted:
9/14/2006
i will make this recipe for my daughters preschool class. and rate again .....
posted:
8/4/2006
I used crushed graham crackers at the bottom instead of strawberrys and it worked great! the kids loved them!
posted:
6/16/2006
Big hit with the kids, they didn't mind that the strawberries wouldn't stay on the bottom. Next time I will try chilling longer with just the berries and a bit of jello in there to see if that works as others suggested. Also the jello is a bit too dark to really "see" the fish unless you hold them into the light.
posted:
6/3/2006
Had a hard time getting the strawberries to stay on the bottom, but the kids loved them!
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