Valentine’s Day Jello


An advanced Happy Valentine’s Day to everyone! I was pretty excited making this jello dessert that you all can prepare for the upcoming Valentine’s Day. The taste is divine, preparation is a breeze and the ingredients are very few. So let’s get started so you can surprise your loved ones on the 14th.


1 pkg. 3 oz. JELL-O strawberry banana flavored

1/2 can of Magnolia sweetened condensed milk (you can reduce it to 1/4 if you have issues with too much sweetness)

1/2 cup heavy whipping cream

1/2 cup iced cold water


1. Whisk 1 package of gelatine in 1/2 cup boiling water until fully dissolved.

2. Add 1/2 cup iced cold water into the mixture, once lukewarm, add the condensed milk then heavy cream and stir well to distribute the nice reddish/pinkish color. Pour in a heart-shaped ramekin, cover top with plastic wrap and chill in the fridge overnight.  You may serve it with a fresh plump strawberry on top. This mixture is enough to make 2 filled ramekins just like in the picture above.

So here it is guys and gals. Wishing all of you an early Happy Valentine’s Day!


-Peaches, Masarap!


7 Comments Add yours

  1. elliebleu says:

    We used to make a similar version for Valentines. What a fun recipe 🙂


    1. Really? So glad to know that, very simple, Right? I am very happy to hear from you again, Thanks so much elliebleu.

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      1. elliebleu says:

        Yep. We made layers of the strawberry jello and the condensed milk/cream in a baking sheet, then used a heart shaped cookie cutter to make mini jello treats.


      2. You’re giving me an idea! That will be awesome to make! And how much is the ratio of the condensed milk with heavy cream? Is it the same as mine? And how many boxes of strawberry JELL-O?

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      3. elliebleu says:

        From memory, I think we used 4 packets of Jello (strawberry and raspberry), a can of sweetened condensed milk, and 6 packets of unflavored gelatin to mix with the condensed milk. You have to spray a 9×13 pan with vegetable or coconut oil. After the layers individually set we cut them in the shapes of hearts or squares and top with a spoonful of whipping cream.


      4. Wow! Awesome! have to look for my ❤️ shaped moulders, Thanks for the recipe, I would love to try that, can I post it here if you don’t mind?


  2. Thanks, guys for liking this Valentine’s Day Jello.


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