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By Donna Monday
Everything goes better with Jello.

I think I remember an advertising slogan that said something like that. And our favorite gelatin really does go well with all kinds of dishes. Jello has got to be one of the most versatile foods ever invented.

I’m sure you’ve had jello for dessert at some point in your life. Or, a fruit laden jello mold salad made with lime, orange, or strawberry jello with bits of fruit inside. Those salads make a delicious and beautiful presentation at luncheons.

Jello is so popular that people have invented many ways to utilize this sweet, fun, colorful food. So wouldn’t you know it that someone came along and created the jello milkshake. Just when you thought jello couldn’t be any more entertaining, now you can mix it with milk and ice cream.

The jello milkshake

is so easy to make, even a child could do it (Please remember to supervise a child using a blender). The ingredients are so simple – milk, ice cream, and your favorite flavor of jello. The fun part is selecting what color and flavor of gelatin to use for your jello milkshake – orange, pink, purple, green?

Whatever flavor of jello you pick, I’m sure you’ll have a great time making and drinking your jello milkshake.

Classic Jello Milkshake

1 cup milk
1 pkg. (4-serving size) Jello, any flavor
1 pint vanilla ice cream, softened

Directions

Place milk and ice cream in blender. Add Jello.
Blend 30 seconds.



About the Author

Copyright 2004
Donna Monday
Easy to make – fun to drink
http://www.1st-milkshake-n-smoothie-recipes.com

 
 
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