7 Reviews

This was very light and refreshing. I made my own recipe of vanilla pudding from the Betty Crocker cookbook and substituted splenda for sugar. I made the recipe the same other than that. We served it with cool whip and it was delicious! Thanks for posting.

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Flautatime February 03, 2010

Made this for dessert since I had all the ingredients on hand. Made it exactly as written. This was a good, different dessert. The kids thought it tasted like a Sunny D smoothie.

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bmcnichol July 21, 2009

I used the .6 oz size gelatin also. All I could find at the store. I added another 1/4 cup boiling water. The taste was like a creamsicle! I served with a dollop of sugar-free cool whip. Very easy dessert that looks "fancy" and is also healthy! Made for Diabetes Awareness Tag Game.

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Mikekey November 08, 2008

I'm sorry, this one just wasn't as wonderful for us as I was hoping. It had a lot more of the artificial taste than I'm used to tasting in things made with sugar free products (which I use all the time). It was ok, but not something we'd make again. That said, I'm glad I tried it. I love trying new recipes. Thanks.

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ladypit April 11, 2007

I'm not rating this, because I didn't follow instructions exactly. The only thing I did wrong I guess was I whipped it by hand as it was real late and didn't want the mixer to disturb anyone. But I found that the jello flavor was sooooo strong that it was almost a bitter orange. I thought that 1/4 cup of water must be wrong, but looking at the other 2 reviews, it must be in the whipping, so I will try again using mixer. Thanx for posting.

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Baby Chevelle January 31, 2007

This was a great recipe.. and so easy. I wanted to use what I had on hand and the weights of the gelatin and pudding were different. So, here's what I had and did. .6 oz gelatin, 1/2 cup boiling water, 3 cups milk, 1.5 oz pudding mix, 1/2 teaspoon orange extract. It came out fine and very orangey.. is that a word? Thanks for the recipe.

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CoolMonday January 18, 2007

This get 5 stars for me on two separate counts. First, the dessert is ridiculously easy. While I've never beating instant pudding before I was surprised how that small effort gave the dish a silky and light texture. So much so, I beat for another minute after adding the jello. Did not have orange jello so my bavarian was raspberry served with a tablespoon of Cool Whip Free and a couple of fresh blueberries. Again simply delicious. Mine was made with skim milk making it consistent with the WW Core program. Eat a great dessert AND lose weight. Happy, happy, happy. Thanks MaeEast!

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justcallmetoni January 13, 2007
Sugar Free Orange Bavarian