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Jello Desserts

Looking for jello desserts? Find great tasting recipes for jello desserts including jello pudding desserts, strawberry jello desserts, and more recipes for jello desserts.

Blackberry Cloud Parfaits

Blackberry Cloud Parfaits

Blackberry Cloud Parfaits

From Dorothy Reinhold of Malibu, California comes this delightful treat that saves calories and carbs by using sugar-free gelatin. This bright pink dessert is made special with layers of fresh blackberries.

Raspberry Cream Gelatin

Raspberry Cream Gelatin

Raspberry Cream Gelatin

From Marguerite Shaeffer comes this pretty pink gelatin mold bursting with raspberry flavor. "If you like, garnish it with more berries and a dollop of light whipped topping," she urges from her Sewell, New Jersey kitchen.

Lemon Cloud Desserts

Lemon Cloud Desserts

Lemon Cloud Desserts

From Delray Beach, Florida, Barbara Robbins writes, “Family and friends love the bright colors and refreshing lemon-lime taste of this fruity no-bake treat.”
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Broken Glass Gelatin

Broken Glass Gelatin

Broken Glass Gelatin

A lightened-up version of an old classic, this fancy, colorful recipe from Dorothy Alexander in Martin, Tennessee is pretty enough to double as a light dessert!

Jellied Champagne Dessert

Jellied Champagne Dessert

Jellied Champagne Dessert

This refreshing dessert looks just like a glass of bubbling champagne.—James Schend, Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin

Cran-Orange Gelatin Salad

Cran-Orange Gelatin Salad

Cran-Orange Gelatin Salad

After seeing this gelatin salad in a flier, I decided to make it lighter. I like to serve it as a fruit salad, but others may like it for a sweet treat. —Eva DeWolf, Erwin, Tennessee

Peach-Topped Cake

Peach-Topped Cake

Peach-Topped Cake

With tender yellow cake on the bottom and a refreshing peach-filled gelatin on top, this bright orange dessert is perfect for summer menus. Chris Lafser of Richmond, Virginia shared the recipe.

Mini Orange Gelatin Molds

Mini Orange Gelatin Molds

Mini Orange Gelatin Molds

Our Test Kitchen staff created these pretty layered gelatin molds using half a package of gelatin. You can use the other half to make plain gelatin (with half the water) or save to use up in another downsized dessert.

Gelatin Parfaits

Gelatin Parfaits

Gelatin Parfaits

Here's a quick, airy dessert so versatile, you can whip it up for almost any season or holiday-just by varying the colors of gelatin you use. We filled this seasonal parfait with all the colors of the falling leaves. Pretty presentation for an autumn party! —Joyce Thompson, Bellingham, Washington

Pear Gelatin Salad

Pear Gelatin Salad

Pear Gelatin Salad

This light and refreshing salad from Carol Keinard blends fat-free vanilla yogurt with lime gelatin to showcase convenient canned pears. "I often make a double batch—one for my family and one to take to a covered-dish supper," Carol notes from Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania.



Cranberry-Raspberry Gelatin Salad

Cranberry-Raspberry Gelatin Salad

Cranberry-Raspberry Gelatin Salad

The festivities will start off on a "berry" flavorful note when this fruity salad is on the table. Evelyn Joy of Alameda, California created the recipe. "You can serve this as a colorful holiday dessert,too," she suggests. "To add a little crunch, sprinkle low-fat graham cracker over the top."

Banana Anna Surprise

Banana Anna Surprise

Banana Anna Surprise

This quick-to-fix layered dessert from Eva Wright of Grant, Alabama looks so pretty spooned into dessert glasses. "You can also make this recipe in an 8-inch square glass dish and replace the strawberry gelatin with your favorite flavor," Eva notes.

Raspberry Squares

Raspberry Squares

Raspberry Squares

This refreshing dessert has a rich shortbread-like crust with a creamy center and pretty red gelatin top layer. It’s easy enough for everyday, but cheery enough to dish up for guests, too. —Lois Frazee, Gardnerville, Nevada

Red 'n' Green Gelatin

Red 'n' Green Gelatin

Red 'n' Green Gelatin

Brighten up your Christmas buffet table with this cheery salad. You can change the colors of the gelatin to fit other holidays, too. For the Fourth of July, I use red and blue gelatin with blueberry pie filling. -Ruth Yaple McKee Orlando, Florida
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