Rainbow Jell-O Jiggler Deviled Eggs for Easter!! - Jello Mold Recipe

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Learn how to make these rainbow Jello Jiggler 'deviled' eggs for Easter! Layers of 6 different flavors of Jell-O and topped with whipped cream. These will look amazing on the holiday table and kids will love them!

What you'll need:
6 flavors of Jell-O (cherry, orange, lemon, lime, berry blue and grape)
unflavored gelatine (Knox brand is recommended)
yogurt, sour cream, Cool-Whip or evaporated milk
whipping cream or whipped cream
vegetable oil
assorted measuring cups
whisk
measuring spoons
funnel or syringe
egg molds**

For each flavor of Jello, combine 2 Tbsp cool water with 1/4 tsp unflavored gelatine. Let dissolve slightly and add in a 3 oz pkg of Jello. Add in enough boiling water to make 1 1/4 cups. Whisk for 2-3 minutes or until all gelatin is dissolved. Pour 3/4 cup mixture into another measuring cup and set aside. To the remaining mix, add in enough sour cream, yogurt or Cool-Whip to make 3/4 cup. Whisk well and set aside. Let both mixtures cool before using. If using the Jell-O Jiggler molds, use 1 tsp for each layer. There will be a total of 11 layers (a clear and opaque layer for each color except grape which will be a double layer of clear). Refrigerate for 15-20 minutes between layers.

**If you want to use regular plastic eggs for molds and you need to determine the correct measurement for each layer, fill up the egg you wish to use with water. Pour into a measuring cup with markings and divide the total volume by 12. Example: if the egg mold holds 1/4 cup, each layer would be 1 tsp as there are 12 tsps in 1/4 cup. (1/4 cup = 4 Tbsp = 12 tsp). It may be best to find eggs that are this size since it's easy to measure. Some eggs are better suited for this than others.

ps: Since I didn't say in the video, this will make approximately 36 whole Jello eggs or 72 'deviled' Jello eggs.
pps: This is NOT a sponsored video! I just like Jello gelatin and I love their molds. I used vintage molds but they are still available on Amazon and eBay or even craigslist.

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