By [Entropy] on June 05, 2003
Photo by Annacia
Photo by Annacia
"Just what the name says, but the name still doesn't do it justice! It is one of my family's favorites! This is one of those desserts that is so simple and delicious at the same time!"
Serving Size: 1 (243 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"Great, yummy, easy recipe! I used plain nonfat yogurt, sugar free orange jello and a little bit of Splenda. As an added treat, I put the mix into Popsicle molds and froze it. Creamy, fruity pops!"
"I'm sure a lot of others think "Now why didn't I think of that?" when they see this recipe ~ I certainly did, & I'm a big fan of both yogurt AND jello! Anyway, I made this with good ol' strawberry flavors & it was very, very nice, & I'll be happy to add sliced strawberries to it when they're in season locally! [Tagged, made & reviewed in Healthy Choices ABC Tag]"
"This was excellent. I used regular jello. Thanks"
"This is a great recipe. This is a nice healthy dessert. I used to mix milk to room temperature jello and it was really good. But I've never thought of yogurt. I used a sugar free tropical jello. And I used strawberry and berries yogurts. It was not the best idea. Cause the jello was green and the yogurt was red and purple. It gave a weird color. But the taste is great. I was afraid it would not hold its shape but it did the next day. My son loved it also. Thanks Entropy :) Made for I Recommend tag game"
"We loved this. I used lemon sugar free jello and 3 6 ounce cups of Yoplait fat free very vanilla yogurt. I think orange jello would be great with this also."
"This was just ok for me, nice but not something I'm likely to make again. The recipe works very well, it blends easily and sets up very well. I used strawberry sugar free jello and lemon yogurt, which should have been a sweet tart wow combo. After tasting it before serving I knew that it was going to need some help so I sweetened some fat free sour cream with Splenda and then thinned it just a bit for a topping...that helped. I was all prepared to really love this but sadly that wasn't the case."
"I made this last night for dinner. My family enjoyed this very much. I used cherry jello with cherry vanilla yogurt. We polished it off and discussed other possible combinations. Thank you for sharing your recipe."
"This was great. As a diabetic, my desserts are limited but this hit the spot. My two favorites are passionfruit, orange, pineapple yogurt (as far as I know only Lucerne makes this flavor) mixed with orange jello and mango, apricot yogurt mixed with peach jello. I use two 6 oz. containers of yogurt with one (four servings)box of jello. This was my contribution at a pot luck party and everyone was pleasantly suprised."
"This was so easy to make. I used 2 of the small boxes of sugar free jello and dissolved it in 1 cup of boiling water. Added another cup of water then mixed it in with 2 cups plain nonfat yogurt. I thought it tasted very nice. It also set up nicely. I'll make this again, thank you for posting. Made for *Healthy Choices ABC Tag 2008* game"
"I probably should have read the reviews more closely. While this was something my nephews would have eagerly enjoyed without thinking "too healhy" I found it rather sweet. I used plain non-fat yogurt with sugar free cherry Jello which I thought would add some tang and lower the sugary taste. I think were I to try this again I would do half Jello and half plain gelatin to main the consistency which I did quite like - a nice cross between with good mouth feel."
"I found this dish okay as others stated, but for my 6 year old it was a huge hit. Descriptions of it being similar to commercially prepared kids yogurts are very accurate. I like that it has less sugar in it though. I used strawberry Jello and fat free vanilla yogurt. I will warn though, a fourth of this recipe is a lot and more than my daughter could eat."
"Great for when you are craving something sweet. I used strawberry jello & strawberry yogurt. Looks kinda funky but its yummy!"
"Very tasty! I guess I was expecting a more jello-ey texture - this was almost just like yogurt - VERY loose. Next time I make this I'm going to add a packet of unflavored gelatine to give it a more thicker consistency. This is GREAT for a sore throat!"
"I'm always looking for ways to incorporate yogurt into my diet. This creamy dessert was a perfert way that satisfied my sweet tooth. I used raspberry Jello (regular-not sugar free) and Dannon premium plain yogurt. I loved that the yogurt cut the somewhat sharp (artificial) flavor of Jello. I put a squirt of whipped cream on top. My husband said it reminded him of another boxed product called "Junket," which he loved as a child (but strawberry flavored). Thanks for posting! Roxygirl"
"I used sugar free black cherry jello and "light n' fit" dannon yogurt, so I don't know how the real thing would've turned out, but what I ended up with was horrible. I think the plain jello would've been better, this was very tart tasting without much actual flavor."
"Wow! My husband burned out on Jell-O years ago, but thought this was great. It was easy to make and tasted great! Kids of all ages love it."
"We loved it. Even I like it and I don't like yogurt. It's a great way to use my homemade yogurt. It couldn't be easier."
"Really good snack. My teenage daughters like it, too. The cat likes to lick the bowl, too! Thanks for a new healthy snack."
"Great! The description is right on. I used regular black cherry jello and vanilla yogurt. Softer than jello but not quite pudding. The kids loved it! This would be a great snack or dessert for kids who love gogurt or other commercial kids yogurt snacks, without high fructose corn syrup. This will be a regular at my house. Thanks, strawberry, for posting!"
"My kids loved it. Was quick and easy. The hardest part was waiting for it to set before they could eat it."