Gelatin Pudding Squares

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Last night I made a recipe for Gelatin Pudding Squares by mixing 2 instant desserts: jolly rancher blue raspberry gelatin mix with jello cheesecake pudding mix . Today it was set firm enough that I cut in it to blocks  put them in a fancy glass.  It’s pretty and tasty.

*(I used the sugar free fat free jello cheesecake pudding because it’s what I had on hand, however, next time I make this dessert I’m going to use regular jello cheesecake pudding.)

IMG_2328Gelatin Pudding Squares
1 box flavored gelatin mix
1 box jello cheesecake pudding mix
1 1/4 cups cold milk
3/4 cup milk heated until hot

Pour hot milk into medium size mixing bowl.
Beating at slow speed add flavored gelatin powder.
Mix for 2 minutes.
Add the 1 1/4 cups of cold milk to the mix and continue beating while gradually adding in all of the cheesecake pudding powder.
Beat on medium for 2 minutes.
Pour into an 8 inch cake pan. Or a dish big enough to give a nice flat bottom when the mix sets firm.
Put into the refrigerator for several hours until firm or over night for a good solid set.
When ready to use, cut into squares, place in a dish, garnish and serve.

Wishing you all a sweet weekend!
Happy Cooking!
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6 thoughts on “Gelatin Pudding Squares

  1. Oh I’m all about no bake desserts on these hot, humid summer days! I think I have jello and pudding that need used up too. Not sure what flavors I have but likely some that would pair well. I’ll have to check later and if so give this a try. 🙂

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    • Thanks CW
      I bet you could come up with some really good combos, you’re so talented with desserts. Using up aging pudding mix and gelatin mix makes me braver at trying recipes. Sometimes it works out pretty good.
      🙂

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  2. I’ll have to tell my husband about this recipe. He has been making jello lately – he uses fizzy pop for part of the liquid. The last batch he added some mint flavouring – that was a bit of a surprise.

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  3. Thanks Margie
    It sounds like your husband is becoming quite a gelatin-chef.I haven’t tried fizzy pop. The sounds tasty. I bet he could make this simple recipe really come alive with adding other ingredients. 🙂

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