9 Reviews

What a simply to make recipe and so extremely appealing. I love the milkyness of it and the jello flavor (I chose strawberry sugar free/ff) was perfect. I have some ideas for other flavors like cherry and raspberry but think lemon might be a real winner. I'm suspecting it could be like a lemon chiffon. The addition of a little fruit might also be nice but I know it would add to the carb count. The carbs aren't as low as jello alone, but at least you get a little milk in your diet. I love it! A reall winner and fun to make.

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Cthebird September 05, 2010

Enjoyed the creamyness of the Jello, there was three layers, the Creamy pink Jello layer, small frothy layer of white and a small frothy layer of pink. A nice light dessert, or snack. Also enjoyed by my two sons and grandson.

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MomLuvs6 February 27, 2012

My daughter is on a low glycemic index diet for epilepsy and I have been searching for treats for snacks for her. This is wonderful. I knew she liked it the first time I fed it to her when I couldn't feed it to her fast enough. Although I must say - Blenders and Hot liquids are not a good combination - that gave me trouble - I had to remove the cap for adding additional ingredients to prevent too much steam buildup and liquid spitting everywhere each time I turned the blender on.

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Cooking Keri March 21, 2008

I used sugar free berry blue jello and skim milk. While it did seperate into layers, you really couldn't tell unless you knew to look for it. I actually thought it had sort of an odd spongy texture. But the kids loved it, so I'm settling on a 4. This was a great one to try! (We had great fun making it!) Thanks.

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ladypit June 25, 2006

I'm on a diet and quick choices are limited and so this was a great way to change up the diet jello and get my calcium.

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karen in tbay March 07, 2006

I used regular Jell-o with sugar, and 2% milk, and it did separate into 3 layers, but they weren't that distinct. Maybe I blended it too long.

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Nose March 05, 2006

I made cherry and served with a dollop of Cool Whip.We all enjoyed it, but next time I'll try raspberry. Roxygirl

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Roxygirl in Colorado January 24, 2006

Well I just tried this for the first time and love it! What a delicious and light recipe. It helped me with my sugar need and it was so tasty. Great recipe and thanks for sharing.

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flyrobynfly January 22, 2006
Milk Whip