Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins
This recipe comes from the Jell-O website. Haven't tried it yet, but I would be inclined to put it all in the blender; add some fresh or frozen strawberries and give it a whirl. Sounds great!
- Place milk, jello and ice cream in large pitcher with tight fitting lid.
- Cover and shake vigorously for 1 minute or until well blended.
- Pour into 4 glasses and serve immediately.
I just made this for my son. He absolutely loved it! I did cut back on the milk (I used 2 cups). I added more ice cream and some ice. My son likes them thick. And then added some blueberries. I was even impressed with it. My son loves jello, milkshakes and fresh fruit so the possibilities are endless with this recipe.
I used sugar free orange jello, skim milk and light vanilla ice cream. Put in a 2 quart picher with a screw to and did a lot of shaking! Nice creamy cold drink.
Fun drink. My son has been pestering me to make this so we tried it yesterday with berry blue jello. He requested it again today after school. Tastes like flavored milk with a frothy top, not too thick or milkshake-like. Popular with the kids with lots of tempting color and flavor variations. I would not suggest the blender unless you reduce the recipe, since with 4 cups milk, I blew the top off mine. Thanks for posting, Marie!