Blueberry Yogurt Jello

This blueberry jello mold with blueberries and vanilla frozen yogurt was a hit with the kids a pool party (and a nice compliment to the pool itself).

3 (3 ounce) packages of blueberry flavored gelatin
3 cups boiling water
3/4 cups cold water
1 cup blueberries
2 cups vanilla yogurt

In a bowl, stir 1 cup of the boiling water into 1 package of the blueberry gelatin until gelatin is fully dissolved. Stir in cold water. Refrigerate mixture until thickened. Fold blueberries into gelatin and spoon into a 7 cup mold. Refrigerate until gelatin is set but not firm. (Gelatin should stick to your finger when touched.)

Meanwhile, in a separate bowl, stir in 2 cups of the boiling water into 2 packages of the blueberry gelatin until gelatin is fully dissolved. Whisk in yogurt until the mixture is smooth. Allow mixture to cool to room temperature then gently spoon into the mold over the blueberry gelatin layer. Refrigerate until firm. Unmold and serve.

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33 Responses

  1. Loz

    Hi, i love the look of this jelly and would love to make it but i still have a few questions to ask before i do if that’s ok.
    I managed to get blue jello, i think it’s called berry blue or something and it comes in size 3oz boxes. Is that what size you mean when you say small pagkage or not?
    Also when you add the blueberries is the jello already in the ring jelly mould or was the blue jello in another container while it was in the freezer and then you add the blueberries and tip both the jelly and blueberries into the ring mould. Do you push the blueberries into the jello or mix them in?
    I live in the UK so can’t get frozen yogurt, but i see that you have mentioned ice cream so that’s fine, but is ice cream okay to mix with hot liquid, will it do anything bad like make someone ill or anything?
    Sorry if my questions sound a bit dumb, but everything seems to go wrong when i make it and i want to make sure i am doing it wright.
    Many Thanks

  2. loz

    That’s great, thankyou for your help.
    This jello looks amazing and so do many of the other ones you have on here. I can’t wait to make it.
    Many Thanks

  3. Trudie

    Hi, looks awesome! Can it be stored in the fridge with the frozen yogurt/ ice cream though? Won’t it melt? Also, how many days will it stay ? I’m thinking of making it the night before but not sure am I supposed to keep in freezer or fridge? :p

      1. gracias!! si salio mal la traducción cambio de lugar las palabras pero gracias por entender mi pregunta gracias a tu receta voy a tener un buen cumpleaños!!!

  4. “Blueberry Yogurt Jello | The Jello Mold Mistress of Brooklyn” Room Darkening Shades definitely got myself simply addicted with your blog!
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  5. Mayra

    Hi there, I tried this recipe and have to say that the colours turned out beautifully and the blueberries in suspension were magnificent. However, the gelatine part with the blueberries stayed in the pan when I inverted it and didn’t stick well to the frozen yogurt part. What did I do incorrectly? Thank you. mayra

  6. kitty

    Hello, I’d like to try this recipe. If anyone here has tried it, can you please help me answer which type of yogurt should I use? Is it the regular vanilla yogurt or the frozen vanilla yogurt?

      1. kitty

        I just wanted to thank you for your quick response and help. I tried this jello for a baby shower at work and my coworkers loved it. Thank you very much!

  7. Elllen

    I made this mold and brought it to an Easter dinner yesterday. It was THE hit of the party. Everyone loved it and was mystified as to how it was made! As I’m always responsible for the jello mold, I’ve tried many. This was, by far, the easiest, prettiest, and most tasty mold I’ve ever made. Thank you for sharing!

  8. When folding the fruit into the gelatin, should it still be kind of liquid in order to be able to spoon this mixture into the mold? Can you just put the gelatin into the mold from the beginning, fold the fruit in and still get the same result? I am sorry, that part kind of got me confused. I am a visual learner 🙂

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