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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:
5/2/2006
Big Hit for my daughters birthday party. The ice cubes really helped chill the jello so the fish could "swim"
posted:
4/20/2006
My kids didn't like the gummy fish or the strawberries in the jello. My 4 year old flat out refused to try it.
posted:
4/13/2006
I loved this recipe..It was fun for all the kids in my program..It was totally cool.
posted:
3/29/2006
I helped my sons second grade class make this as a treat...even making it with 22 kids it was great!!
posted:
3/5/2006
this recipe went really well. i let my 7 and 5 y/o make it very easy and fun. I used canned cocktail fruit instead of strawberries, it worked well.
posted:
2/2/2006
My son and boyfried loved it! They love fish so now they could enjoy a little fish tank.
posted:
1/29/2006
Overall this was good. The strawberries ended up on top and the fish candy ended up soggy but you can't go wrong with Jello!
posted:
1/25/2006
This is a really cute recipe. I just finished making 20 of them for my son's pre-school "Beach Party". I used diced pears instead of strawberries. The idea to place the fruit in the cup with a small amount of jello and refridgerate for a bit before adding more jello works great
posted:
11/18/2005
Kids at my daughters school loved these.
posted:
9/29/2005
Excellent idea!!!! I teach an afterschool cooking class to kids. They loved the idea of it, however the fruit floated to the top and the fish sank to the bottom. Next time I will try just barely covering the bottom with jello, adding fruit, refridgerate, and then proceeding to add more later when adding the fish. Also, may want to use slightly more water than required. Hard to see through the dark blue color to the fish.
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