Saturday, March 31, 2012


Jell-o was giving away Jell-o jiggler egg molds yesterday at the grocery store. They caught Gracie's eye right away, so I decided to give it a try.

The kids all picked out different flavors of will be a very colorful display of eggs.
Just dissolve 2 small boxes of jello into 1 1/2 cups of boiling water.

Have a handsome fellow stir until completely dissolved.

We all ready had this handy dandy small funnel.

We had ZERO mess, even with a lot of helpers.

It took about three hours to completely harden.

There was a little jello left after filling the eggs. We poured this into a flat bottomed dish. This hardened in about an hour and was super fun to peel off the bowl and wiggle and jiggle it, before it was gobbled up.

One batch complete, one more to go.

These literally took 5 minutes to make.

Removing them from the mold was a breeze.

I think Luke is a little excited about finding the bowl unattended.

I sliced the eggs like I would hard boiled eggs, and then we had a taste test.

Everyone agreed they are very yummy!

Perfect for an Easter treat. (These were our test eggs--more will be coming next week to Grandma's house)

There were many techniques in eating our jigglers.

Luke's method was the slurp.

Kimblerly wasn't too sure about Amy's jiggler monocle.

But what the's all button

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