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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:
9/21/2005
made for my sons preschool, it was a big hit!!! and yummy. After reading other reviews, I used Haribo Clown fish gummy candy, they were perfect, big and colorful fish so you can see them well and they didn't go yucky sitting in the jello cups overnight! I used grapes also, looked so cute.
posted:
9/19/2005
Cute idea, but needs to be consumed that day. Otherwise the fish gets gross!
posted:
9/18/2005
Add grapes to the bottom to look like coral - great fun for the kids to go "Fishin"
posted:
9/13/2005
I thought this would be a great crafty snack that the kids could do but I was wrong. It was messy and the kids didn't even like it. They said that the gummy fish were slime and the jello tasted nasty with all of that stuff in it. I thought the cups would look cute but all you could really see was the blue jello. You all must have had a really good photographer to get that good of a pic of the cup. The real thing didn't look anything like the pic.
posted:
9/11/2005
well as i see in most of the coments and i agree the swedish fish is a terrible idea, its gross and slimy and unapatazing , how ever i found gummy fiah [like a gummy bear but shaped like a fish] works fine and comes in different flavors and is a great alturnitve .
posted:
9/10/2005
I HAVENT TRIED THIS RECIPE BUT I WOULD ALSO THINK THAT THE GUMMIE FISH WOULD BE SOGGY, SO INSTEAD WHAT I WOULD PROBABLY TRY TO DO IS TRY TO CUT OUT A FISH SHAPE WITH AN APPLE OR EVEN PUT IN FRESH STAR FRUIT! BUT I AM GOING TO TRY THIS AND I WILL RE-WRITE A REVIEW AND LET EVERYONE KNOW HOW IT TURNS OUT.
posted:
9/6/2005
Made this for my kindergarten son's graduation party. Kids loved it, I thought the gummy fish were very soggy and unappetizing though. Luckily kids didn't mind. Good recipe :)
posted:
8/11/2005
I made this for my son's birthday party. It was a hit. It was very simple to make and all the kids loved it.
posted:
8/10/2005
I expanded this recipe into an aquarium of fish. The Swedish fish began to disintegrate and built up a gray slime over a candy fish skeleton. In addition, the fish interacted with the Jell-O, preventing a full gel set. It scored major cool points with kids, but the fish texture was gritty and did not come out like I expected. And the color was darker then what was pictured on the website.
posted:
7/30/2005
blue jello too dark to see anything in cup- they must have had a strong light bulb behind their cup in photo.
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