Broken Glass Jello Bundt -   note: Only add 1 cup of water to each box of colored Jello.so tat it's firm and can be cut into blocks. Ignore the instructions on the box (they say to use 2 cups of water).  Increase packets of gelatin from two to three envelopes. Lightly oil the Bundt pan with canola oil and then wipe out 99% of it. After the bundt is refrigerated overnight, unmold by dipping the pan very briefly in warm water then invert onto a serving platter.

Broken Glass Jello Bundt - note: Only add 1 cup of water to each box of colored Jello.so tat it's firm and can be cut into blocks. Ignore the instructions on the box (they say to use 2 cups of water). Increase packets of gelatin from two to three envelopes. Lightly oil the Bundt pan with canola oil and then wipe out 99% of it. After the bundt is refrigerated overnight, unmold by dipping the pan very briefly in warm water then invert onto a serving platter.

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Broken Glass Dessert 1 (3 oz.) package each Lime, Cherry, Orange Jell-O 4 c. boiling water 1 1/2 c. cold water 1 package (3 oz.) Lemon Je...

Broken Glass Dessert 1 (3 oz.) package each Lime, Cherry, Orange Jell-O 4 c. boiling water 1 1/2 c. cold water 1 package (3 oz.) Lemon Je...

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"Broken Glass Jello", "Cathedral Windows", "Stained Glass Jello", "Crown Jewel Dessert", "Broken Window Glass Cake", and probably other names I haven't heard.

"Broken Glass Jello", "Cathedral Windows", "Stained Glass Jello", "Crown Jewel Dessert", "Broken Window Glass Cake", and probably other names I haven't heard.

Ancestors Gotta Eat!: Broken Glass Jello & Graham Cracker Dessert from Mrs. Potter in Illinois

Ancestors Gotta Eat!: Broken Glass Jello & Graham Cracker Dessert from Mrs. Potter in Illinois

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This is the coolest Jello idea! Although it takes a bit of planning ahead for the Jello to cool, it looks like it would be a lot of fun. Make it into a holiday jello by using festive colors; red, white, and blue for The 4th of July, red and green for Christmas, pastels for Easter, etc.

This is the coolest Jello idea! Although it takes a bit of planning ahead for the Jello to cool, it looks like it would be a lot of fun. Make it into a holiday jello by using festive colors; red, white, and blue for The 4th of July, red and green for Christmas, pastels for Easter, etc.

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