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Aquarium Cups

Aquarium Cups recipe
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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:
7/29/2005
This was alot of fun to do with the kids...the tricky part was waiting till is had set a bit so the fish would stay up. on the 3rd try we got it perfect and we also added whipped topping to it...
posted:
7/25/2005
As one other viewer said, the fish did sink. Mine was fine at first but then did sink to the bottom. Also the fish did get a discoloration on it. It tasted very good, but didn't look like yours.
posted:
7/22/2005
My kids loved it! I used green grapes instead of the strawberries and the smaller swedish fish and put 2-3 in a cup. I'm going to make this for my sons birthday party next month. Very Fun !!
posted:
7/22/2005
the kids loved this
posted:
6/23/2005
A little hard to keep the fish suspened and to know when the jello is just right.
posted:
11/30/2004
The gummys got slimy and pretty digusting even after being in the fridge 24 hours. Would definitely recommend this as an eat right away treat.
posted:
11/13/2004
The kids loved it.
posted:
10/30/2004
This was a great recipe for my kids and I to make together. Also the neighbor who runs day care loved it!
posted:
10/4/2004
This is my 2-year old grandsons' favorite desert when he comes to Grandma's house.
posted:
9/29/2004
The Gummy fish had an opaque film over them once put into the jello and they kind of freaked the younger kids out.
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