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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.
30 min
40 min
5 doz. or 30 servings, 2 cookies each
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Very easy recipe and great tasting cookies. My children loved them.
Great recipe. Very easy. I did not have a problem with the dough sticking to the glass like the previous review. I would however try sprinkling them with sugar as well as the extra jello for more flavor. I would definitely make this again....
This is a great recipe, my kids and neighborhood friends loved it! I used one larger package of JELL-O and split it in half (8 serving size). Also, with the last batch I made, I added sugar when sprinkling on top, it turned out nicely. Time saver – so the glass didn’t stick when pressing the cookies I used wax paper. I made the dough balls and put them on foil lined cookie sheets and a foil lined roasting pan (worked great) and then used one long sheet of wax paper to lay on top of the dough balls and then pressed down with the glass, it really saved time and I didn’t even have to wash the glass after baking.
It's a winner !!!!!
I'm glad to see the return of this recipe. It was featured in a Jello promo several years ago and it has always been a favorite - they are so pretty. I did make one change, I match the flavoring to the flavor of the Jello ex- pink w/almond, green w/lemon, orange w/ orange, etc.
We've been making this recipe for years from an old book. They're light, crispy, and fun to experiment with any Jell-O flavor. A nice change from traditional chocolate or nut cookies. Quick, too.
SO unbelievably good! I used raspberry jello instead of strawberry, they are to die for! I reccomend baking for 8 minutes, 10 was just a tad too long.
I intensified the taste of the jello with a teaspoon of the same flavoring. I also added chopped white chocolate to raspberry jello. Regular chocolate would be good too. Easy, fast, and great recipe with many variations. Love it.
easy to make, but the kids nor i liked the flavors and we tried 2 different ones
I have been making these cookies for over 25 years for my own children. Now I make them for my grandkids. With the new flavors it makes them even more fun!! I sometimes use coordinating flavors for the sprinkles. It's also a good convesation *piece* amongst moms because it's different.
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