Recently Art and Marty took a vacation to Mexico and brought back an assortment of Mexican jello for me. Included among usual tropical fruit flavors was the more unusual anise flavored gelatin. Anise is a seed that tastes similar to sweet liquorish. I topped off the gelatin with wafers sandwiched with Nutella hazelnut cocoa spread. The result was delicious. I brought the jello to work and served it to my co-workers for Laura‘s birthday.
OMG. You are not giving recipes out, are you? Each one that you make is better looking, and seems to be more unique that the rest. I am going to make one of your creations one of these days. There are a lot of Hispanic stores in my town in Colorado, so I am going to look for their versions of Jello, or flan. You inspire me! Oh, first I have to buy a mold Ann
There is not really a recipe for this one. I made the jello according the package directions with 4 cups boiling water. I sanwiched wafers with Nutella and placed one in the bottom of the mold and poured the cooled and thickened jello in top. Then unmoled the jello onto another wafter with nutella. Do’t let it sit for too long once unmolded or the bottom wafer will get soggy.
Your site is delightful! I am constantly impressed by your wonderful concoctions. What kind of camera do you use to take the photos? They are stunning!
I use a Canon G10.