My aunts used to whip this up, and I thought it was gone for good. But guess what? Found it, and it’s even yummier | May 28, 2024

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The pleasant and light dessert known as jello whip originated in the United States in the middle of the twentieth century, during a dessert craze centered on gelatin. Whether you’re hosting a dinner party, a casual get-together with friends, or just want a quick dessert on a workday, this refreshing and light meal is sure to please. It’s a great option for those who want a sweet treat but don’t want to eat anything too heavy.
Even without the addition of fresh fruit, such berries or sliced peaches, the airy quality of jello whip makes it a crowd-pleaser. Add some whipped cream or vanilla ice cream for a more delicious dessert. A garnish of grated chocolate or a handful of crushed almonds adds texture and looks beautiful when served.
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Eight servings of Jello Whip
One 3-ounce container of Jello, flavor of your choice
1-quart pot of water that is just boiling
0.5 ounces of ice water
One cup of ice cubes
A measure of one cup of whipped cream or topping
How to Follow
1. In a large mixing basin, combine 1 cup of boiling water with the Jello and stir for about 2 minutes, or until the Jello is fully dissolved.

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