JELL-O JIGGLERS are so much fun to make! Connor and I love making them and I love that they are a quick and easy. I especially love that it is something that Connor and I can do together.
I found these gummy eyeballs and sour strings at the store and thought they would be fun to use to create Halloween Monster JELL-O JIGGLERS. This is the perfect recipe to make with a kindergartener because he was abl
I decided to make my JELL-O JIGGLERS using a cupcake pan.
Lightly spray the pan with cooking spray.
Mix 2/3 cups boiling water with a 3 ounce package of JELL-O. I used cherry and berry blue. (I did learn the hard way not to follow the directions on the box. You can not use cold water.)
Pour mix into cupcake pan and refrigerate for 3 hours or until firm.
Pop out with a butter knife.
Decorate with eye balls, sour strings, and what ever else you like.
I also found these Halloween JELL-O molds at my grocery store and thought it would be fun to use to make Halloween JELL-O JIGGLERS.
So fun to make and even more fun to eat! JELL-O JIGGLERS make the perfect Halloween treat!
I found some other Halloween JELL-O JIGGLERS that I can’t wait to make.
Mummy JELL-O JIGGLERS by Ginger Snap Crafts / Pumpkin Patch with JELL-O JIGGLERS by The Domestic Geek / MMMMonster JIGGLERS / Creepy Crawly JIGGLERS /JELL-O Dirt Graveyard / Halloween Cat Eyes JIGGLERS / Halloween JIGGLERS Hands /
Now that you’re craving JELL-O, what’s your favorite flavor?
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amy @ one artsy mama says
Those are too cute! LC would LOVE them…he’s a Jello fanatic!
Adrianne at Happy Hour Projects says
Those are adorable, what a great idea!!
john hutchens says
The jello jigglers are cute. They would be a fun food project for the kids Halloween party to decorate them.