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Quick Easy and Delicious!!! Nothing more to be said. Made for Market Tag~

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CoffeeB June 14, 2012

This is so yummy. I made a raspberry jello (DS chose it). When he tasted it, it was so yummy that he started to dance with a big smile. Thanks Debbwl :) Made for Holiday tag game

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Boomette March 13, 2011

This is sooo good!! I used sugar-free cherry jello and 1% milk. The possibilities are endless and this is the first time my 4yr DS said he liked jello!! Made for Photo Tag (24hour rule).

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AZPARZYCH November 22, 2010

My kids loved this treat! Thank you so much fir this recipe.

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Snowpuma April 29, 2010

I liked it! I used sugar-free orange jello. It was very filling and refreshing for the low calories, but I wished it had more flavor. Thanks for posting Debbwl.

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puppitypup January 25, 2010

We did regular jello because that was all I had on hand, but next time I'm going sugar-free. Amazingly filling for the calories. Thanks Debbwl!

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Buzymomof3 January 09, 2010

This is my newest diet saver! I used raspberry sugar free jello and 1% milk. I especially loved the thickness from the jello without the calories of a syrup- it was substantial enough to tide me over until a late dinner. Next time I'll try adding a little frozen yoghurt! Thanks for a keeper!

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Shuzbud December 09, 2009

I used raspberry jello and vanilla soymilk in my own version and it was a scrumptious one-point treat. Now I want to find orange sugar-free jello to make a creamsicle. Thanks for a nifty snack to add to my low point repertoire.

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justcallmetoni October 27, 2009

This was good and so very simple; I made the jell-o and after setting for 4 hours, put it in the blender with 2 percent milk (what I had on hand) and about 12 ice cubes. Lovely! And DS wanted more :D. Thanks for sharing, Debbwl!

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alligirl September 15, 2009

I'm not a big Jello person but I bought some for my son and it wasn't setting up all the way. I must of added to much water or something lool. This is a great drink for when that happens or just in general. I did add some frozen mixed berries for a little slush cause of the heat. Thanks made for Ramadan Tag 09.

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Jamilahs_Kitchen August 25, 2009
Jello Drink