3 Reviews

Wonderful in simlicity and yet inspiring for adding ones own creativity. Thanks for reminding us of the Knox plain gelatin of our days of our youth...

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Chuck F. July 03, 2015

This was fun to make and the taste is very good. I added some home canned fruit cocktail. Served with whipped cream. Made for 123 Hit wonders

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wicked cook 46 October 26, 2009

Great! I love that this recipe achieves almost the same flavor as Jell-O brand gelatin but you can control the amount of sugar/sweetener. You can use Splenda or sugar or a combination of the two depending on your dietary requirements and/or personal tastes. I wanted to try this the first time with a traditional Jell-O flavor so I used cherry flavored unsweetened Kool-Aid. The package actually states that it is 0.13oz so I was unsure if I should use one or two. I haven't bought Kool-Aid in ages and since companies are always changing package sizes, I flipped the packet over and it still makes 2 quarts of Kool-Aid. So I elected to use only one packet of the unsweetened Kool-Aid. This was perfect. This was easy to prepare and tasty. It will be fun experimenting with other flavors. I added some pineapple tidbits and the gelatin firmed up nicely. Thank you for the recipe.

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swissms October 18, 2009
Homemade Sugar Free Jell-O (Jello)