It’s been a little while since I’ve made a healthy dinner, but I love to make it whenever I can.
And with that in mind, I decided to make a simple Jello shot.
And this recipe makes a lot of jello shots!
Jello shots are one of the most popular drinks in my house, and I’m always looking for ways to whip up some fun and healthy recipes to go with it.
I love that these jello shot recipes are low in sugar, which is nice because I’m not a big sugar drinker, and that I’m using whole milk instead of water.
So instead of adding cream or milk to make the jello look creamier, I opted to use just plain old cream.
It’s so simple, and the jellied egg gives it a really creamy texture.
And since the jells are a little thicker, I’m able to use a jello spoon to pour it into a pan or bowl.
(I’m not sure why I didn’t use a spatula, but it works perfectly in this recipe!)
If you’re a little new to making jello, you can skip the whipped cream and whip cream in a separate pan and just add the cream to the jelled egg.
This way, the jollied egg is the one with the cream, and it’s easier to pour.
Recipe adapted from Everyday Food.
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