Abear's Diet Jello

"This recipe came about because I was looking for a low-sugar low-fat snack. I was inspired by a recipe from Kraft Kitchens. I kept changing it and experimenting with it, and now it's almost stupid in how simple it is! I also have to add that this doesn't really keep well over 24 hours. The juice from the berries tend to drain to the bottom of the dish."
photo by Diana 2 photo by Diana 2
photo by Diana 2
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  • Put the jello powder in a mixing bowl.
  • Add the boiling water and stir for 2 minutes.
  • Add the frozen berries and stir until it starts to thicken.
  • refridgerate for 15 minutes until jello has set.

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  1. Darkhunter
    How super easy! And quick! Wanted something to finish off a heavy dinner. Guess what? There IS always room for jello! Especially when it is lower calorie, but doesn't taste like it! Thnx for sharing your recipe, Mom! Made for Diabetic Forum Pool Party May 2010.
  2. Leslie
    What a treat! Simple and easy, we all loved this, especially because it was sugar free and we couldn't even tell. Thanks for posting! Made for PAC 10 :)
  3. Mamas Kitchen Hope
    This made a great and easy dessert. Whether using sugar free tor regular jello, It really does make frozen fruit seem fresh! Thanks for sharing!
  4. Barbara D.
    What fun! Made it three times already, strawberry jello with whole s/bs, orange jello with peach slices, lime jello with mixed fruit - honeydew, grapes, blueberries, s/bs, and peaches. What a nice refreshing treat to have on hand for those afternoon "hungries". Many thanks.
  5. Diana 2
    This is by far the *BEST* jello & fruit recipe I've ever had. I don't usually care for frozen strawberries (I used frozen sliced), simply because once they have thawed, they're like mush. Well, serving them this way, they are firm and very close to the texture of fresh berries. I also love the extra flavour from not diluting the jello with extra water. This is quite a winner, and will be made many times. Thanks Flygirl. :)


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