Do you have a recipe or is there a dish that takes you right back to childhood? For me, it’s Strawberry Jello Pie. I think my mom made it once upon a time when I was a child, and it was one of those recipes I cut my teeth on, so to speak. Like Jiffy cake and frosting mixes, Strawberry Jello Pie was easy for a 10-or-11-year-old to put together, once boiling water safety was ingrained. And since this is no-bake, it’s a perfect summer treat.
The nice thing is, if you don’t like Strawberry Jello, you can swap it out for whatever flavor you want, though I’ve only ever made it with Raspberry and Strawberry. But I imagine it would be tasty with Lemon or Lime, or Cherry, or whatever flavor you prefer!
I did use a pre-made graham cracker crust, though if you have a recipe for one that you like, feel free to go ahead and use that.
Combine the gelatin and boiling water in a large bowl. Whisk/stir until the gelatin has completely dissolved, 2-3 minutes. Combine the cold water and ice cubes (should be 1 cup), then add to the gelatin. Stir until thickened and most, if not all the ice has melted. Whisk in the whipped topping, and refrigerate for 15-20 minutes. Spoon into the prepared crust, and refrigerate for at least 4 hours, or until set. Recipe Source: Kraft
Combine the gelatin and boiling water in a large bowl. Whisk/stir until the gelatin has completely dissolved, 2-3 minutes.
Combine the cold water and ice cubes (should be 1 cup), then add to the gelatin. Stir until thickened and most, if not all the ice has melted.
Whisk in the whipped topping, and refrigerate for 15-20 minutes. Spoon into the prepared crust, and refrigerate for at least 4 hours, or until set.
Recipe Source: Kraft
Coleen from The Redhead Baker is this week’s host. Come see what other childhood recipes everyone is sharing:
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