Tipsy Patriotic Jello

Lisa Frost
IMG_8326 WOW your guests this Fourth of July...with this super cute and "Frostyum" recipe. The only tricky part is finding a place in your fridge to lean your glasses while the blue jello sets. (That's the tipsy part...hardy har har!) Also, you could get creative and really make it "special" by adding spirits for an "adult" dessert. For jello with alcohol, add a 1/2 c chilled vodka along with a 1/2 c cold water in place of the call for cold water within the recipe. Try Smirnoff Raspberry flavored Vodka. Makes six, 8 ounce cups. You will need: BLUE 6 oz of Blue Raspberry Jello (BIG box) WHITE 3/4 c sour cream 2 TBS sweetened condensed milk 5 oz heavy whipping cream 1 oz milk 1 envelope of Knox gelatine (comes in a box with 4 envelopes) RED 3 oz Raspberry jello 1 1/2 cup of fresh strawberries (puree in the blender and chill in fridge) 1. Figure out your glassware and take an empty egg carton(s) and place on a shelf inside your fridge. Do a test of leaning your glassware inside of the egg carton before we begin. 2. Make Blue jello with 1 cup of boiling water and 1 cup of cold water (for alcohol version, insert 1/2 c of chilled Vodka and 1/2 c of cold water...or for stronger...1 c of chilled vodka) Stir. Pour into the glassware and carefully lean in the fridge. Allow to set. 3. Make the white jello. Mix sour cream, sweetened condensed milk and whipping cream in a separate bowl. 4. Mix cold milk with gelatin in a separate bowl. Let it set for a minute and then microwave it 30 seconds(it needs to melt). Take it out of microwave and add 1 TBS of whipping cream to cool down while mixing. 5.Pour gelatin mixture into the sour cream mixture and mix well. As FAST as possible pour white jello mixture into cups and refrigerate. Allow to set. 6.Mix red jello with 1 cup of boiling water and add blended chilled strawberries in lieu of water. Pour on top of white jello. Refrigerate and allow to set. 7.Top with raspberry and serve...FROSTYUM! IMG_8328IMG_8332

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