Jello Party

November 14, 2009 at 8:59 pm | Posted in Alcohol, Booze, CoolWhip, CottageCheese, CreamCheese, Gooseberry, Grape, Mango, Orange, Peach, Pistachio, Rum, SourCream, Vodka, WorcestershireSauce | 2 Comments
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Savory Cheese Mold

Peach Blackberry Jello Minis

Mojito Jello Mini

D'Gari Gelatin

To celebrate my own Scorpio birthday this year I threw a Jello Party. I made my first savory jello for the occasion of chive cream cheese, cottage cheese, sour cream, and Worcestershire sauce.  I also created an array of liquor filled mini jellos in such flavors as peach, mango, gooseberry, and mojito, all with either rum or vodka. In addition I made a pistachio dessert jello with whipped topping. I was introduced to D’Gari gelatin mixes which come in a variety of exotic flavors (like Walnut, Coconut, Chocolate, and Eggnog) and are made with either water or milk. I used these to make most of the jello minis and the pistachio jello.

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  1. If you can share I would love your recipe for your first savory jello – the one with the cottage cheese. It looks interesting; I’ve always wanted to try non-fruit jellos. I love all of your creations; keep making jello innovations-someday jello maybe a mainstream dessert thanks to you and dedicated jello fanatics. Good luck on your book deal!

    • Here you go:

      3/4 cup boiling water
      1 package (3 oz) Lemon Jello
      1 teaspoon lemon jiuce
      1 teaspoon Worcesterchire sause
      1/2 teaspoon salt
      1 container (16 oz) cottage cheese
      1 tub (8 oz) cive and onion cream cheese
      1/2 cup sour cream

      Stir boiling water into gelitin for 2 minutes until gelitin is desolved. Stir in lemon juice, worchestershire sause and salt.

      Beat cottage cheese, cream cheese, and sour cream in a large bowl until smooth. Gradually beat in gelatin mixture. Pour into 4 cup mold and refridgerate until set.

      Enjoy!


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