Are you ready for Easter?
I’ve working on those finishing touches the last few weeks while my six kiddos are off track.
The baskets are almost finished, the fillers are all ready and the candy is safely tucked away until the big day.
In the mean time, we’ve been having fun making some last minute Easter treats that are yummy, easy to make and great at keeping kids busy during an otherwise boring afternoon.
These take awhile to full set, but the assembly is beyond easy and great for little hands.
Spray the molds generously with cooking spray …
… fill molds using a clean syringe …
… making each layer 1/4” – 1/2” thick.
Add layers according to the instructions and allow set up for at least four hours. To unmold, set the mold in warm water for a few minutes to loosen Jello and carefully unmold.
If you rush the process or don’t coat your molds heavily with cooking spray, you’ll end up with a plate full of these.
Tasty but ugly. It’s probably best that I eat these myself.
Happy Easter everyone!
Thanks for being patient while my kids have been off track and needing some extra Mom time.
I’ve got a few quickie projects for you this weekend and will be back on Monday with the kitchen cabinet tutorial!!
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