4-5 boxes of Jell-O (one for each color you wish to use)
2 Pkgs Unflavored Gelatin (2 Tbps)
14 oz. can Sweetened Condensed Milk
Boil a pot of water on the stove. Youíll need 4-5
cups and a little extra to compensate for
evaporation while itís boiling. Just dip the
measuring cup into it to get what is needed.
Prepare your Tupperware (one for each color). Once
the Jell-O is mixed, it will be roughly 1 1/3 cups
of liquid, so you donít need anything too large.
(I used random sizes of Tupperware that I had
sitting around.) Spray the Tupperware lightly with
Once your water has come to a boil, measure out 1
cup. Mix in a packet of Jell-O and stir to
dissolve. Once it has completely dissolved (I gave
it a good 5 minutes, stirring randomly), pour it
into one of your lightly sprayed Tupperware
containers. Repeat this step for all of your
packages of Jell-O.
Place in the fridge to set for at least 4 hours,
preferably over night.
Sprinkle your gelatin over 1/2 cup of cold water.
Let it sit for 5 or more minutes to bloom.
While thatís sitting, boil 1 1/2 cups of water.
When the water comes to a boil, mix it with the
bloomed gelatin. Let it dissolve, roughly 5
Add in the sweetened condensed milk and stir to
combine. Set aside to cool.
Take your set Jell-O from the fridge. Cut each
color into cubes.
Prepare a 9◊13 pan by lightly spraying it with pan
spray. Dump each color of Jell-O into the prepared
pan. Mix the colors by lightly tossing with your
Once the milk mixture has cooled, pour it on top
of your cubed Jell-O. Let it set in the fridge for
Once itís set, cut into cubes and serve.
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