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Everyone Will Love This Unique Broken Glass Jell-o Treat

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Jell-o is a staple at most households. It has been around forever and has been turned into so many different dishes over the years, but none as colorful as this Broken Glass Jell-o.

Also called Stained Glass Jell-o, this dessert mixes together all your favorite flavors into one rainbow wiggly brick that you and the kids will love!

We made ours in a baking dish, but you could use a bundt pan and cut out cake-sized slices to serve your friends and family. The different colors really pop in each individual slice.

You could also use blue and red Jell-o and make this as an easy 4th of July dessert, or use cookie cutters to form the Jell-o into fun, wiggly shapes for kids' birthday parties! This recipe is so versatile, which is why it's one of my favorites.

See below for the directions for how to make this super fun treat. Let us know how it turns out!

Want more Jell-o recipes? Here are fun ones to try:

Jell-o Maracons

Dr. Pepper Cherry Jell-o Salad

Jell-o Pinwheels

To start, dissolve each of your Jell-o flavors into their own container into one cup of boiling water. Chill them all over night.

The next day, slice up the solidified Jell-o into small squares.

Spread the squares into a large container, mixing the colors around.

Mix both envelopes of the unflavored gelatin into 2 cups of hot water and stir.

Pour in condensed milk and whisk together.

Pour the mixture over the cubed Jell-o so they are all covered.

Refrigerate over night.

Cut it up into squares and enjoy!

Isn't this pretty! It's such an impressive dessert to make for any BBQ, family gathering or potluck.

See below for the easy-to-read directions for how to make this Broken Glass Jell-o.

Ingredients

  • 4 small boxes of Jell-o, different colors
  • 1 (14 ounce) can sweetened condensed milk
  • 2 envelopes unflavored gelatin
  • Water

Directions

  1. Dissolve each of your Jell-o flavors into their own container into one cup of boiling water.
  2. Chill them all over night .
  3. Slice up the solidified Jell-o into small squares.
  4. Spread the squares into a large container, mixing the colors around.
  5. Mix both envelopes of the unflavored gelatin into 2 cups of hot water and stir.
  6. Pour in condensed milk and whisk together.
  7. Pour the mixture over the cubed Jell-o so they are all covered.
  8. Refrigerate over night.
  9. Cut it up into squares and enjoy!

Do you know someone who loves Jell-o? Make sure to share this recipe with them!

Watch our video below to see how we made this eye-catching dessert!

Tanya has been writing for Shared for two years. She spends too much time thinking about dogs, Marvel movies, and ice cream. You can reach me at tanya@shared.com