Or as the husband likes to call it, jell-ogurt.
I came up with the idea for a St. Pattyâ~ez_euro~~ez_trade~s day treat and now Iâ~ez_euro~~ez_trade~m obsessed. Having a houseful of family for Easter weekend gave me the perfect opportunity to try the new dessert on others over the age of 2 (the toddler is already a fan). Well, it was a hit! My mom especially liked it, calling it a very refreshing dessert, great for a BBQ or summer party.
I decided to use a traditional jell-o mold and make 3 batches in 3 different flavors. The result was a very festive 3 layer refreshing dessert. Topped with fresh berries and a bit of light whip cream itâ~ez_euro~~ez_trade~s just perfect!
The following recipe and nutritional information is for 1 batch of yelatin yielding 4 ~ez_ndash~ Â½ cup servings but you can, of course, get creative and festive with multiple boxes and flavors!
- .3oz sugar free gelatin dessert (like jello) â~ez_euro~~ez_ldquo~ any flavor
- 1 cup (8oz) boiling water
- 1 cup (227g) fat free plain yogurt (vanilla would be good with some flavors too!)
Dissolve the gelatin mix in the boiling water. Whisk in the yogurt. Refrigerate for about 2 hours until set.
So easy and so pretty!
|Servings||Amt per Serving|
|45||1g||0g||old: 1||new: 1|