October 28, 2008,
S.R. asks from Novi, MI on October 26, 2008
S.S. answers from Detroit on October 27, 2008
The recipe should be on the box and can be found on the jello site. Cut water waaaay back, like 1/2 cup less than the recipe. I used juice the last time I made them. Use a cookie sheet to set the jello up and spray (like Pam) to keep you un-sticky. Have fun!
K.S. answers from Detroit on October 27, 2008
Don't forget to grease the pan, or they will stick to the bottom. I have lined the bottom of a cookie sheet with press and seal wrap, sprayed it with pam and then poured in the jello. If that was not the way you bombed them let me know, I have done them a ton of times.
J.D. answers from Detroit on October 28, 2008
I use Knox gelatin. There should be a recipe on the box for "Knox Blox." I think they taste better (not as sweet), and they set better than jigglers
N.C. answers from Detroit on October 27, 2008
Hi S.. You may want to try this too.
4 (1/4 ounce) envelopes knox unflavored gelatin (3 envelopes will make very firm pieces but 4 envelopes make it indestructible)
3 (3 ounce) packages any color Jello gelatin
4 cups boiling water
1 -This recipe does not contain any cold water Combine Knox gelatin and Jello with boiling water and whisk until completely dissolved (about 2 minutes).
2 -Pour into a lightly greased 9x13 pan and let set in refrigerator until firm.
3 -Cut into squares or use cookie cutters
J.M. answers from Detroit on October 26, 2008
How exactly are you doing this? Make the jello as directed then pour into a 13"x9" pan. Chill until firm give it a couple hours. To remove dip pan in warm water about 15 seconds. Use the cutters in the pan.The warm water helps lift them out.Or after dipping in warm water run a knife along the edges and flip it over onto a cookie sheet or cutting board.It may help to have a bowl of warm water to dip the cutters in too.Good Luck!