Jello Aquariums

Jello Aquariums created by Glori-B

What a simple fun way to use blue jello and gummy fish!

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  • Dissolve Jello in boiling water.
  • Add ice cubes, stirring until Jello thickens, about 3-5 minutes.
  • Remove any unmelted ice.
  • Spoon Jello into to clear-sided bowls.
  • Poke 3 or 4 gummy fish into each dish of slightly thickened Jello.
  • Refrigerate 30 minutes to set.
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  1. tina_sierra
    good
  2. Susann Simpson
    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!
  3. RobinAnn
    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).
  4. Auvan
    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!
  5. lenasko
    So cute, cant wait til I have grandkids. This would be nice in a goldfish bowl also. And the sea foam idea, wow.
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