Low Fat Jell-O Parfaits

"I made this about like the recipe for parfaits. Again with the jars which I think is a great idea. Take them about anywhere and not worry about them. Course you can use parfait glasses too. These are good and seem to be filling too."
photo by KGCOOK photo by KGCOOK
photo by KGCOOK
photo by KGCOOK photo by KGCOOK
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  • Mix both packages of jell-o with the boiling water and stir till jell-o is disolved.
  • Add cold water and stir.
  • Refrigerate about 4 hours or until jell-o is firm.
  • Put half of the jell-o into mixing bowl and add 1 container of yogurt.
  • Set mixer on a medium -low setting and blend until blended but not creamy.
  • put about 2 teaspoons gramham cracker crumbs in the bottom of 6 half pint canning jars.
  • Followed by about 2 tablespoons jell-o mixture.
  • Follow with about 2 teaspoons graham cracker crumbs.
  • Followed by about 2 tablespoons plain jell-o.
  • Next 2 tablespoons of vanilla yogurt.
  • Repeat layers until all ingreditents are gone.
  • Wipe rims, add lids and refrigerate.
  • Really I don't think the order matters.
  • Just put graham crackers between each layer.

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  1. Thank You for this recipe! I have never liked yogurt, but these are Wonderful! I used Oiko Vanilla yogurt. Mine didn't turn out as nice as yours, but that's ok, they taste great and I will be making them often.
  2. What fun, and the combination's you can make are unlimited. I used strawberry banana yogurt with strawberry jello and I had no graham crackers so I used animal crackers, crushed. Wonderful, I know the kids will love these when they get home from school and it's not really even bad for them, I used sugar free jello. thanks for a great , fun recipe and the idea of using the canning jars was brilliant.
  3. Yum-m-o! We ate this for dessert all weekend. This was a very refreshing dessert. I added cool whip as one layer and also added a little granola on top. I used the cherry jello and vanilla yogurt. Will make again tonight!
  4. Made & reviewed for the Recipe of the Week in the Kid Friendly Forum! We made these on Sunday evening, to take on a picnic on Monday, They are very easy (& fun gor the kids) to make. I used a couple of sachets of strawberry jelly crystals (vegetarian) & used digestives (UK equivalent of graham crackers). These were great & travelled perfectly in the cool box - everyone was very envious of our dessert!!! Thanks for a great recipe :)


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