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Iceberg JELL-O

Iceberg JELL-O

One of the things I like about JELL-O is how versatile it is. There are so many different types of dessert items you can create with it.

She and I were talking about these rock & roll cruises. You know the ones? Where they have musicians and bands that perform and I hear the artists hang out by the pool or buffet the rest of the time and the guests can hang out with them.

Ok, ok. What does cruises and JELL-O have in common? One of the things about being on a cruise is they have some amazing buffets. We have some nice buffets in Las Vegas but the ones on the ships are pretty nice too. The problem with all the food is there is also a lot of lounging around and as we discussed on the ‘About Wild Side Confections‘ page, that is a deadly combination and leads to nothing but trouble.

So I got to thinking… I have some Berry Blue JELL-O and some whipped cream so what would it look like if I tried to make an iceberg floating in water out of JELL-O and whipped cream?

So let’s roll…

The Players:
1 6 ounce box Berry Blue JELL-O
2 cups water
2 cups ice
Whipped cream

Iceberg JELL-O large 2 jello

The Method:

1) Boil 2 cups of water.

2) Add the water to the Berry Blue JELL-O. Stir until completely dissolved then add the ice cubes. Keep stirring until the gelatin thickens.

2) Spoon the gelatin into dessert glasses alternately with spoonfuls of the Whipped cream.

3) Refrigerate until set.

As always I like to give you some Pro-Tips:

  • I used 1.5 cups boiling water and 1.5 cups ice cubes. This lessens your number of servings but aids in the thickening of the gelatin.
  • Iceberg JELL-O jello small from top wild side confections

    If you had a little penguin or walrus you could put it on top of your iceberg.

    So there you go. Iceberg JELL-O. With a little imagination you could make a lot of things with JELL-O. Remember when you were a kid? What else could an iceberg be? A cloud perhaps? Hmmm… Clouds in JELL-O. Nice!

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