The cranberry and quince combo of this gelatin mold seriously classes up the jiggly dish. Make a traditional large mold or several mini ones like you see here -- matching molds not required.
What's more American than a red, white, and blue jello salad? Yeah, we couldn't think of anything either.
Skip artificial flavors and enhance gelatin however you see fit by starting with unflavored gelatin and bold juices like the cranberry juice used in this (legitimately) pretty dessert.
You caught us: This adorable jello dessert isn’t made in a mold. It’s shaped in a 3-quart rectangular dish, which means anyone can make it easily.
Those three words should cover it. See how to make it.
Gelatin gets all kinds of fancy when molded in a champagne flute or wineglass and layered in festive colors.
Make all other jello molds green with envy when you serve this cucumber-, green onion-, and celery-packed gelatin salad. Despite its name, you can serve this recipe any day of the year.
If you can get your whipped topping to look as pretty as the dollop here, you may just make up for the fact that you're serving a jello mold in the 21st century.
If this red and white jello salad doesn’t scream the holidays, we don’t know what does. Wait, that screaming is in fear of a gelatin salad with fruit and mayo? Give it a try, you may be surprised!
Forget what you thought you knew about jello salads! This creamy, pecan-studded one breaks the mold.
Dress up store-bought gelatin cups with two basic ingredients; see how.
Take jello salad to stunning new heights with the addition of sherbet! Seriously, try this now. Bonus: Look how well it matches outdoor foliage!
Yeah, here's the gelatin mold you remember. Apples, cheddar cheese, AND celery encased in lemon jello. What's not to love?