Jell-O Jingle Jells for Christmas (1959)

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Vintage Jell-O Jingle Jells Christmas Jell-O recipe from 1959-001

Oh what fun it is to make Jell-O Jingle Jells

This happy dessert rings the bell with everyone ’cause it’s such a light, refreshing way to round off rich, festive meals. Jell-O Jingle Jells feature bells cut out of Jello (with a cookie cutter) and served with flaked or riced Jello and whipped cream…

How to make Jell-O Jingle Jells

Dissolve 1 regular size package (3 ounces) Strawberry Jell-O (or any red flavor) in 1 cup hot water. Add 34 cup cold water. Prepare 1 package Lime Jell-O in same way. Chill separately in 8 x 8 x 2-inch pans until firm. Unmold.

Using a bell shaped cookie cutter, cut out 3 red and 3 green bells. Flake remaining Jell-O with fork (or force through ricer) and place in serving dish as illustrated. Garnish with border of whipped cream and bells.

Serves 6. For other gay Christmas designs, use a star or tree-shaped cookie cutter. P.S. Try Jell-O bells a-top ice cream, pudding or cake.

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Vintage Jell-O Jingle Jells Christmas Jell-O recipe from 1959

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