Here is why, what to do with the leftover jello after the shapes have been cut out.
But here I am once again making them, because I think they are so cute and festive and
well fun and they make me smile.
Fun and smiling are good and so are these happy little hearts and stars which just
symbolize the 4th of July in the most perfect way.
So, here is the recipe and a cute way to serve them up.
So, do you want to know what I did with the left over jello?
I chopped it up in neat little cubes, put it in a super pretty dessert dish and topped it with
whip cream and a bright red cherry and served it to the hubby.
He was happy and my love-hate relationship over jello jigglers is over.
I now, just love them...
I think adults might even like these berry flavored jigglers served on top of marshmallows
and I just bet that a dollop of sweet whip cream would make this extra tasty and except for
the whip cream, virtually calorie free.
Wanted to share these today, so if you need an extra nifty colorful and simple dessert to
spruce up your Patriotic table this could be it.
They carry quite a punch with their vibrant color.
Just add some colorful table cloths, place mats and serve these jello jiggler desserts in
a cute dessert dish or cup and you are ready for your 4th of July festivities!
So besides the patriotic flair, the red, white and blue, I am going to serve them to...
These two granddaughters of mine!
Happy 4th of July!