Cherry Jello Dessert
1 box (170 gr) of cherry jello
1 pouch (15 mL) of unflavoured gelatin
3 cups water
10 cherries, fresh or in a jar
5 tbsp yogurt
10 tea biscuits
Cake mold with a hole in the centre
First, place the cherries in the mold, equally spaced apart.
Pour 3 cups of boiling water in a plastic bowl, and mix in the gelatin and jello. Take one cup of this mixture and slowly pour on top of the cherries in the mold. Be careful not to displace the cherries. Leave in the freezer for 15 minutes.
Take another cup of the mixture and add the yogurt in a separate bowl. Use a mixer to blend and then pour into the mold. Leave in the freezer for 15 minutes again.
Add the tea biscuits to the remaining one cup of the jello/gelatin mixture and blend again with the mixer. Pour into the mold and leave in the freezer for 15 more minutes.
To separate the dessert from the mold after you take it out of the freezer, place the mold in boiling water in your sink for 15 seconds. Then place upside down on a serving plate. If you like, you can put whipped cream in the centre.
This recipe is an easy way to make plain jello a bit more exciting and is a dessert the kids will love, especially on hot summer days. You can also substitute cherries with strawberries or other types of fruit and matching jello flavours.