By XAnnette on December 25, 2004
Photo by Glori-B
Photo by Glori-B
"What a simple fun way to use blue jello and gummy fish!"
Serving Size: 1 (199 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"This looks awesome! I haven't tried them yet but I think it would be neat to put them in a ziplock bag (as if you are getting a goldfish from the fair)."
"These were great--BUT, a few suggestions based on some mistakes I made. First, do not use Swedish fish! I could not find gummy fish, so I used Swedish fish. They do not hold up and they look terrible! :) Also, the blue jello was a little too dark. Maybe next time I would mix one blue jello with one clear or something. Otherwise, the recipe worked very well and the kids loved them! Thanks!"
"This is one of those recipes where you say, Why on earth didn't I think of that? Making these was easy, fast, and all of us had a great time making the fish "swim" in the water before we ate them. Thank you so much for posting!"
"So cute, cant wait til I have grandkids. This would be nice in a goldfish bowl also. And the sea foam idea, wow."
"I wish you could have seen the looks on my grandsons' faces when I presented these for their dessert, offering "sea foam" (cool whip) as a topping. Too fun! Thanks for a great recipe idea! The boys are still talking about it!"
"Thank You XAnnette our DS's really enjoyed this. I put these in individual plastic cups, added Gummy Sharks, turtles, etc. Tried to find the clear? jello-thought it would look more authentic but couldn't find it so used blue like tou recommended, thanks for adding a smile to our DS's faces!!!"
"The idea is cute. I have tried this before. The only thing I did not like was the taste of these. It was not as sweet as I wanted it. Otherwise, it set very well and looked nice too."