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“Jell-O is getting a makeover, thanks to innovative food bloggers like Victoria Belanger whose jiggly creations have caught the eye of food journalists and trendspotters. In Hello, Jell-O!, Belanger shares her secrets for turning humble gelatin into impressive yet economical desserts that will steal the show at your next party or potluck. Featuring fresh fruits and flavors in easy but artistic presentations, Hello, Jell-O! presents the deliciously wiggly versions of Key Lime Pie, Sparkling Champagne and Strawberries, Chai Tea Panna Cotta, Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups, and more!
Random House

“Say Hello, Jell-O! if you are wobbly on your gelatin basics or want to firm up more ambitious recipes. Victoria Belanger is mistress and matriarch to the league of extraordinary gelatin.”
My Jello Americans

“Victoria elevates Jell-O to an edible art form. Colorful, creative, and full of taste, her recipes are an inspiration for every occasion.”
Peter F. Pracilio, grand prize winner, Jell-O Mold Competition

“Belanger is a professional photographer who brings an artist’s touch to gelatin-based desserts. …this is a welcome addition for its breadth of coverage and suitability for a wide audience.”
Library Journal

“…charmingly retro recipes…”
Time Out Chicago

“…the prospect of a rainbow layered jello mold, with alternating layers of fruit and cream gelatin, is too enticing. The creamsicle and grasshopper pie recipes sound just as good as the original desserts they are based on.”
Seattle Weekly

“Two thumbs up!”
Faith Durand, The Kitchn 


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  1. Great work! Can’t wait to get the book! Proud to say I am related to the beautiful author!!!

  2. […] The previous having been established, there are very few things which please yours truly more than seeing a fellow Greenpointer (and lover of the Shit Tits, as seen at left rendered in the aforementioned rubbery stuff) get recognition for his/her work. This morning it came to my attention that this has in fact happened. Our very own Jell-O Mold Mistress of Brooklyn, Victoria Belanger, has published a book of her creations. It appears to be a very nice one. Those of you who are fans of Jell-O— or know someone who is— can purchase this book online by clicking here. […]

  3. So proud of you!

    • Thank you Allen! Hope you are well.

  4. […] libro Hello Jell-o raccoglie piu di 50 ricette che riportano come ingrediente principale la gelatina. Utilizzata come […]

  5. […] libro Hello Jell-o raccoglie piu di 50 ricette che riportano come ingrediente principale la gelatina. Utilizzata come […]

  6. […] with coco powder. This is the first of many jello recipes to come that will appear in my new book I have recently begun work on.  Stay warm! Share this:FacebookTwitterTumblrLike this:LikeBe the […]

  7. Victoria!
    Mark and I are enjoying the news of your success, and the fact that as a true Southern female from Southwest Virginia-Jello was frequently on the table at least one meal a day and is therfore in my genes.
    Love the blog, great about the book- I want a pre-order!
    Also, let me know if you are going to be back in Richmond-would you do a book talk at my library????

    • Hi Rebecca! I would love to speak at your library. Not sure when I’ll be back to Richmond but I’ll keep you posted. Hope you and Mark are well!

  8. […] Zoey, celebrity spokeshamster hams it up for the camera for Hello Jell-O! You learn more about the Jello Mold Mistress of Brooklyn (and her tome Hello Jell-O!) by clicking here and here! […]

  9. Hello Victoria! You might be interested to know I have featured your book on my cookbook blog – It’s a lovely book and I hope there is another one in the making. With your talent, we’ll all be wanting to see more Jello Mold Mistress creations. Well done!

  10. Victoria, Thought you might be interested to know I have featured your book on my cookbook blog, Culinaria Libris – It’s a lovely book and I hope there is another one in the making. With your talent, we’re all going to be wanting more Jello Mold Mistress creations. Well done!

    • I have visited your blog before. It is super cute! Thanks so much for featuring my book!

  11. […] Jell-O!. […]

  12. got your book last week, just made chai tea panna cotta , cant wait for it to set.
    then attempting choc orange one. just had a question do u have a recipie that would work for xmas dinner with cranberries?, didnt know if an adaptation on berry salad one.

    • Hi Heather, I’ve never made a recipe using actual cranberries but I have done a few using cranberry juice like this Cranapple Cheese mold for Thanksgiving: You can substitute any of the fruit in any of the recipes you see fit– one of the great things about jello! I am so glad you are enjoying the book. Thank you!

  13. […] festive treat was inspired by the book, Hello, Jell-O!, a Christmas gift I received from Samantha.  I made the gelatin for the kids at last night’s […]

  14. […] intended for kiddie parties. I found the one which I liked the most in Victoria Belanger book Hello, Jell-O!, got fascinated by the idea and with an addition of vodka they became an excellent adult party […]

  15. looking for a coffee jello recipe

  16. […] I combined two recipes from Hello Jello . […]

  17. […] the Jello Mold Mistress of Brooklyn who not only has an amazing blog but also a real-life published book about […]

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