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Hello, Jell-O!: 50+ Inventive Recipes for Gelatin Treats and Jiggly Sweets Hardcover – February 28, 2012
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“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
About the Author
Raquel D’Apice is a freelance writer and comic who lives in Jersey City, New Jersey.
Top Customer Reviews
There are so many recipies in this book that I never would have imagined could be translated to jello, but they look delicious. My only complaint is I wish there were more images of the finished product, not all of the recipies have a picture to accompany them.
There are about 50 recipes in the book. It contains some excellent tips, tools and techniques for making Jell-O. Recipes include; suspended fruit, creamy, boozy, fruit and cream layered, seasonal holiday, Americana and other favorites and vegan. There are some pictures. More could have been included, especially in a recipe like Brains that is done for Halloween. There are conversion charts and an index
Many recipes use unflavored gelatin with added flavors such as pomegranate juice or green ice tea. There is a little bit told about each recipe. Many of the recipes will require patience, even she says the classic rainbow mold "would cause Tibetan monks to tear out their hair", there are others that come close to that exasperation.
We have liked two of the boozy varieties; sparkling champagne and strawberries and raspberry cosmo. Guests are most impressed and pleasantly surprised at such a different and nice looking desserts.
This is a book for those that are not necessarily experienced cooks, but ones who can follow directions and have some patience to be successful with these recipes.
the cover is an example. Delightful individual serving jell-O "favors" appearing as mini watermelon slices. Jell-O's a FUN FOOD - Now it can look e3ven better than FUN. And you don't have to spend a fortune on copper molds--unless you want to.
You get colorfully illustrated recipes, tips & tricks, suspending & creaming, alcohol to holidays, even vegan. My favs: coconut raspberry agar; root beer float; tiramisu; gingerbread men jigglers, creamsicle, key lime pie, & carrot cake. All Jell-O Good-O.
There is a hardcover which costs less than the newer softcover. Why? Check them both before purchasing.
Now you have an opinion from a man. Your guys will like these creations too. Puts the fun back into a fruity dessert. And more healthy than most!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
GREAT QUALITY. ABSOLUTELY WHAT I NEEDED. DESCRIPTION AND PHOTO ARE ACCURATE.Published 13 months ago by KT
Never knew there were so many ways to make jell-o. Loking forward to getting started.Published 15 months ago by Dolly Davis
I like this book- has a good variety of recipes- but I wish they're were more pictures. I am a very visual person and I'd love to see a pic of every recipe.Published 19 months ago by P Smith
Good recipes but it's disappointing not having photos of all of themPublished 22 months ago by Jess Redding