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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:
11/17/2005
EASY RECIPE FOR THE KIDS. THEY ENJOYED THE COOKIES BUT I DIDN'T.
posted:
11/17/2005
Not the greatest cookie I've ever tasted. It was easy to make and edible, but next time I'll make something else. I made it with Cranberry flavored Jell-O and got a great red color. I wouldn't sprinkle Jell-O on the tops, use sugar or sprinkles.
posted:
11/15/2005
No one liked. It tasted too much like eating powdered jello. I even used 1/2 box and still too strong.
posted:
11/11/2005
This is a great quick and easy dessert to make. They would be a great treat to make if you don't have a lot of time. Just make sure you follow the directions and half the powdered jello. I didn't and ended up putting it in all at one. Luckily i dont think it made that big of a difference though because they were still a tasty treat :)
posted:
11/8/2005
I made lemon cookies with this receipe they are wonderful. I actually used the sugar free box of lemon Jello. You can taste the flour unless they bake a little longer. In the next batch I will use 1/2 cup less flour. I used a few drops yellow food color when I put in the vanilla to give the cookie an inviting look. I did not however, use the Jello sprinkeled on the top. Use a little cooking spray on the bottom of your flat glass and set on a paper plate with about 1/3 cup sugar on it, no need to respray the glass. Dip the glass in the sugar plate after lightly pressing each cookie. If you wish to use the Jello on top of the cookie, put it on the plate and dip your flat glass in the Jello.
posted:
11/7/2005
The Jell-O cookies are great and a big hit with anyone. I have been baking them for over 30 years. The original recipe was in either a Woman's Day or Family Circle magazine in the 70's. I have the page from the magazine and it is a little worn around the edges. The recipe I have calls for forcing the dough through a cookie press and making shaped cookies. My children always enjoyed decorating them for Christmas and other special occasions. I would say, ENJOY!!
posted:
11/7/2005
I usually love the recipes from Kraft, but this one didn't come out anything like the picture. I tried to flatten the cookies with the clean glass pan, but they just stuck to the glass. And the flavor was too strong.
posted:
11/7/2005
Easy, pretty and tasty!! I will definitely make this for one of our Christmas cookies!!
posted:
11/6/2005
I would like to know the nutrition values is I used sugar free jello and splenda I am diabetic and would like to try these. Can somebody help?
posted:
11/6/2005
Sorry, this is one cookie recipe from Kraft that I would not make again, too much sweetness, all your other recipes that I tried are very good. I made the white chocolate fudge with dried cranberries and chopped almonds and it is delicious, I am taking to a meeting tomorrow nite.
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