This jelly is also known as Stained Glass Jelly, Broken Glass Jelly or Jewel Jelly but I call it Mosaic Jelly because it just reminds me of mosaic tiles!
This jelly is so pretty & attractive. Above all, it is so simple, quick & fun. The colors are so vibrant that you just can’t help but keep admiring it for a long time before you eat it! It is also a great fun activity for children during their vacations & a perfect festive treat too.
It is a great dessert not only to serve at a child’s party but a very light dessert to be served & relished at any party or enjoy after your meal. You can select flavors & colors to represent a theme. This jelly is loved by kids as well as adults. You can even create jelly shots for adult parties.
I am happy to share this beautiful jelly recipe with you & I’m sure you will love to make this wonderful dessert… 😀
(Adapted from Just JENN Recipes & Food Librarian)
- 4 boxes (3 oz. each) Jell-O
- 1 can sweetened Condensed Milk (Nestle)
- 2 tbsps. unflavored Gelatin
- 4 ½ cups boiling Water
- ½ cup cold Water
For each flavor, dissolve one box of Jell-O in one cup of boiling water; stir thoroughly & pour in containers.
Chill the jelly for about 3 hrs. or preferably overnight.
After chilling the four flavors cut the set & firm jelly into cubes, rectangular blocks or any desired shape.
Carefully mix the cubes/blocks in a 9×13 dish.
In a separate bowl, sprinkle 2 tbsps. of unflavored gelatin & pour ½ cup of cold water over it.
After the gelatin blooms, add in ½ cup of boiling water & dissolve completely.
To this, add in the sweetened condensed milk.
Give it a good stir & let it cool.
Pour the cooled condensed milk mixture over the mixed jelly cubes/blocks & chill overnight.
Cut into blocks or desired shapes & serve.