Valentine’s Day Jello

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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.

INGREDIENTS:

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

PROCEDURE:

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!

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-Peaches, Masarap!

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7 thoughts on “Valentine’s Day Jello

      1. 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.

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      2. 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.

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