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JELL-O® JIGGLERS®

JELL-O® JIGGLERS® recipe
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A kid party isn't a party until the jiggly food comes out. Make sure to cut these into bite-size pieces for the under-6 set.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
3 hr 10 min
servings
total:
2 doz. or 24 servings, 1 JIGGLERS® each
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posted:
2/16/2012
I used to make Jello Jigglers for my children and neighbor kids 20 years ago! Late this morning I remembered to make a dessert for a funeral luncheon. With little time, I saw 2 boxes of jello in the cabinet. After finding the recipe online, made them, oiled a pan, poured in the liquid and froze for 30 min. They were ready for the cookie cutters. They always make a colorful & tasty treat for children after any meal.
posted:
9/25/2010
I HAVE A GREAT TIP!!! I followed the recipe... using 4 small boxes and 2 1/2 cups of cold water. I sprayed a glass 13x9 inch pan and poured it in... and then PUT IT INTO THE FREEZER! I checked on it after 20 minutes and was pleased to find that it was almost set. I left it in for another 20 minutes and it was READY! So, no need to wait hours and hours... after 40 minutes it is perfect and ready to be cut into jigglers! Also, I used two boxes of raspberry and two of lime and it made a delicious flavor!
posted:
7/18/2009
Over 30 years ago when my children were small we made these but they weren't even called Jello Jigglers then. We called them Jello Squares. The neighbor kisds thought we had a neat treat.My grandkids enjoy them now. Thanx for the ideas of using ice trays and dipping in cream.
posted:
6/8/2009
I use ice cube trays and spray them lightly with cooking spray. The pop right out! My kids like these better than just regular jello. I also give them whipped cream as a 'dip' for their jigglers!
posted:
8/24/2007
i wanted to make this recipe for my 2 kids and i know they will enjoy them thx again 4 da recipe.
posted:
6/12/2007
wonderful
posted:
5/17/2007
My kids and I love this recipe. I use sugar-free j-ello and my kids don't know the difference. Even my extremely picky husband likes them. If you spray the pan lightly with cooking spray they won't stick, and it doesn't affect the taste. Easy, fun, and tasty.
posted:
11/28/2006
They stuck, I tried again using foil and they stuck that way too. They tasted weird too not as good as making it in a bowl
posted:
6/21/2005
I am the food service manager for a public school, grades PK-12. We made these for the kids...they all loved them, from 4 to 18!
posted:
3/26/2005
i made jello jigglers out of sugar free jello so that i would have something i could munch on during easter,due to the fact that i am on weight watchers. they were great.
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