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  • Jello Grape Balls

    I made this for no apparent reason aside from having both grapes and Jello around. The recipe calls for 'Jolly Rancher' flavored Jello but I just used the regular kind.

    I may be psychic since one of the neighbors asked us over for distanced cocktails and I brought this. It was a big hit on a hot day. They are pretty attractive.



    Dinner then Dessert

    I added 'sparkle' sugar to the mixes and I assume it added something to the eye appeal. I used Lemon, Lime, Cherry, and Orange because I had those. Now, I will have to make one of those tedious 'stained glass' desserts to use up the remnants. It was worth it. I don't see why you couldn't use sugar-free Jello if you omit my sparkle sugar addition.

    Very easy although it takes a bit of time. Use toothpicks.
    "Alexa, slaughter the fatted calf."

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    Originally posted by Gingersnap View Post
    I made this for no apparent reason aside from having both grapes and Jello around. The recipe calls for 'Jolly Rancher' flavored Jello but I just used the regular kind.

    I may be psychic since one of the neighbors asked us over for distanced cocktails and I brought this. It was a big hit on a hot day. They are pretty attractive.



    Dinner then Dessert

    I added 'sparkle' sugar to the mixes and I assume it added something to the eye appeal. I used Lemon, Lime, Cherry, and Orange because I had those. Now, I will have to make one of those tedious 'stained glass' desserts to use up the remnants. It was worth it. I don't see why you couldn't use sugar-free Jello if you omit my sparkle sugar addition.

    Very easy although it takes a bit of time. Use toothpicks.
    Six foot straws?
    If it pays, it stays

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Frostbit View Post
      Six foot straws?
      Nah, just sitting or standing apart. It was fun but kind of awkward.
      "Alexa, slaughter the fatted calf."

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