Gelatin is, more often than not, thought to be just a fun food for kids, but we may need a little reminder that it's also a source of protein and good for our bones, muscles and skin.
My sister, Monika, makes the best finger friendly jello I've ever had and when I asked her the secret, she basically told me it's four, four and four. Try this recipe and enjoy the feeling of being a kid again soon.
4 small (3 oz) pkgs Jello - 4 colors if you like
4 pouches (1 box) Knox Gelatine (unflavored)
4 cups boiling water
Method for Rainbow Finger Jello:
Mix 1 packet of gelatine with 1 package of Jello well. Add 1 cup boiling water, stirring until well dissolved. Pour into small (not larger than 8X8) glass pan. Refrigerate until set, then repeat with the next layers. It doesn't take long to set each layer. Cut up and enjoy. It's very easy to handle and doesn't leave your fingers sticky. You can also use sugar free Jello.