Mimosa Jello

October 12, 2009 at 2:58 pm | Posted in Alcohol, Booze, Champagne, Orange | 6 Comments
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Claire’s annual birthday brunch was a hit this year and so was my Mimosa Jello made with OJ and an entire bottle of champagne. Happy Birthday Claire!

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  1. Amazing blog!!! Do you have recipes for these or are they so easy to make you just follow the box directions and substitute different liquids?

    • I’m keeping some of my more elaborate recipes top-secret in the hopes that maybe one day I can get a book deal or some other money making endorsement. (Anything can happen, right?) But this jello is pretty simple: boil 3 cups OJ, add 4 envelopes of Knox unflavored gelatin, stir until completely dissolved then add a bottle of champagne (about 3 1/3 cups, minus the few swigs you took from the bottle while making the jello). Then pour into mold and let set overnight. For added texture you can add a can of Mandarin orange slices, well drained. Allow the jello to thicken to gel in the freezer before string in the Mandarin oranges and spooning into the mold.

      • I think I saw a movie about a blogger who got a book deal this summer. So there’s hope! Thanks for the info! Can’t wait to experiment. Keep up the great work!

  2. oh my goodness, I think you must be a genius.

  3. […] my jello making skills. For the video made a Raspberry Cosmo jello mold which I served at my friend Claire‘s annual birthday brunch. The mold is made with cranberry juice, triple sec, vodka, and lime […]

  4. […] my jello making skills. For the video made a Raspberry Cosmo jello mold which I served at my friend Claire‘s annual birthday brunch. The mold is made with cranberry juice, triple sec, vodka, and lime […]


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