Total Time
1hr 5mins
Prep 5 mins
Cook 1 hr

Yes, I hate yogurt, but I know the nutritional value and how good it is for you. I now make this at least once a week and eat it as a low calorie snack at work almost daily. Anyone who has tried it loves it. No yogurt taste at all. Try it, you'll become a yogurt eater too. Thanks to the Jello cookbook.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Dissolve Jello in boiling water.
  2. Add enough ice cubes to cold water to make 1 cup and add to dissolved mixture.
  3. Add yogurt and whip with a whisk.
  4. I do not use vanilla.
  5. Pour into individual bowls/containers and chill.
  6. Tip: I usually make this in a 4c measuring cup makes pouring into container so easy.


Most Helpful

This was good for something a little different. I made using greek strawberry yogurt and sugar free strawberry jello. Thanks for posting!

StacyMD187373 October 11, 2012

This is my 2nd time making it. Turns out great!!! Nice light snack! I make it with Dannon yogurt and SF Jello. For me, it makes 5 servings as I use it for a base in parfaits. I layer this, then strawberries, then plain yogurt, then granola. It makes for a tasty treat. I am going to try the blackberry jello once my blackberries come on!! Also have a few more ideas to try, great starter recipe!!! Will be a keeper in my recipe book!

Shayla5599 March 23, 2010

I loved adding yogurt to jello. It maked it smooth and creamy. I used strawberry yogurt & strawberry sugar free jello. Thank you for sharing your recipe! Reviewed for Pick A Chef Spring 2007

Susie D May 14, 2007

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