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JELL-O® Pudding Eggs

JELL-O® Pudding Eggs recipe
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it was great made them for kids teacher gifts and they all loved them great!!!!!
posted by
erick1975
on 6/1/2008
time
prep:
30 min
total:
1 hr 15 min
servings
total:
15 servings, 2 eggs each
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posted:
4/18/2003
I was not happpy with this recipe at all. It came out so bad and it's so difficult to make alone. The recipe is very unclear and this is the first time i was dissatisfied with kraftfoods.com. I wouldn't recomend this to anybody. Thank you for reading my comment.
posted:
4/17/2003
The recipe in the book called for 3 cups sifted icing sugar. I did use confectioners sugar and sifted it as instructed. However, it did not thicken. It had the consistency of pudding. I put it in the refrigerator thinking that would help but it never got hard. It stayed runny.
posted:
4/15/2003
I also made substitutions for this recipe. I used french vanilla pudding instead of chocolate and peanut butter for the margarine. Made a great peanut butter egg -- better than the ones from churches we've been buying for several years.
posted:
4/15/2003
I think this is great. The kids love them
posted:
4/15/2003
I am a chocolate lover and I am very impressed with the whole concept of this recipe. It also would make a lovely gift.
posted:
4/13/2003
My 3 year old son thoroughly enjoyed himself while helping me make and decorate these eggs. They are very yummy too!
posted:
4/11/2003
I used the recipe in your magazine, instead of the web. The magazine had 'icing sugar' instead of 'powdered sugar' like the web. I've never heard of icing sugar before. It also says it will make 3 - 4 dozen eggs. I got 14 1 1/2' eggs out of it. Also it said 1 package (4 serving size) of pudding. Why don't you give the weight of the package or say the small box? Was the magazine I received published for another english speaking country instead of the USA??
posted:
4/9/2003
Everybody absolutely raved over these easy to make pudding eggs!!
posted:
4/2/2003
I made these when I was a child they are fun and easy to make. C hildren love to help make these and eat them they are a real treat!!
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