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JELL-O Pastel Cookies

JELL-O Pastel Cookies recipe
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Pretty in pink, green, yellow and any other color you love. Jell-O Gelatin in the dough and sprinkled on top makes sugar cookies even more special.
time
prep:
30 min
total:
40 min
servings
total:
5 doz. or 30 servings, 2 cookies each
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posted:
12/14/2005
I work at a day care and my kids and I made this recipe. The children and the other teachers at the center loved them! They turned out GREAT!
posted:
12/14/2005
These were fun and different. I'm not sure how anyone gets 5 dozen cookies from this recipe though. I got 4 1/2 and some of mine burned because they were too small! I discovered it helped to sprinkle the bottom of the glass with the gelatin before flattening each cookie--otherwise they stuck to the bottom of the glass.
posted:
12/14/2005
I may or may not make this recipe again. It seemed so easy, but is actually quite a pain. The large amount of flour actually ruined my electric mixer! For those making them I have a suggestion: Instead of trying to shake the Jell-o on the cookies, put it on a plate on press the balls of dough into it. This also flattens at the same time so there is no reason to use the glass. Once I did this my cookies came out much better. They were tasty after all was said and done.
posted:
12/14/2005
I used wild strawberry and lime and they came out good. I also sprinkled colored sugar on top to make them more festive.
posted:
12/14/2005
Made this recipe twice. Took some made with strawberry to my daughter and 3 kids they liked them so much they wanted more. Another granddaughter wanted some to take to school to share with her friends.
posted:
12/14/2005
The cookies were easy to make and they looked nice after they were cooked. I used Raspberry Jello the jello flavor was over powering.
posted:
12/13/2005
These cookies were easy to make but did not taste good. It seems like they need more sugar, since flour was the predominate flavor.
posted:
12/13/2005
Be careful on the flavor used, black cherry was not a pretty shade and tended to be on the sour side. My family did not enjoy the black cherry, though they loved the orange.
posted:
12/12/2005
I loved this cookie. There aren't a lot of ingredients and it is fairly simple. I added the jello powder last after I split the dough and used two different kinds of jello. I didn't want two fulll batches. My kindergartner had fun using the glass to flatten the balls, but neither of my young children were crazy about eating the cookies. I thought they were yummy...
posted:
12/12/2005
These were excellent and very pretty. I loved the fruity taste - even the lime was good. I dipped the glass in the Jello and the dough did not stick to the glass. I put quite a bit of Jello on the top as there was plenty. I kind of swirled it around on the top. It melted very nicely and was very colorful. This cookie will become one of my favorite Christmas cookies.
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