JELL-O Dessert Mold Kit, Louisiana State University, Grape Lemon, 12 Ounce.
- Share your school spirit with family and friends by serving Louisiana State University Jell-O Jigglers
- Kit includes the following: 2 mold trays and 2-3 ounce boxes Grape Jell-O and 2-3 ounce boxes Lemon Jell-O
- Enjoy making and eating Jell-O Jigglers; Just add water and set
- Makes a total of 48 Jigglers
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JELL-O University Mold Kit is an offering that appeals to all college sports fans. This mold kit provides everything needed to create JELL-O treats that will be sure to wow everyone lucky enough to enjoy them.
Color: Louisiana State University
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Top Customer Reviews
The kit comes with four boxes of Jell-O (in the color(s) of your team's logo) and two mold trays. They are made of sturdy plastic, and as long as you spray them with cooking spray beforehand, as noted in the instructions, they make beautiful Jell-O shots, with the logo in tact.
They're a thoughtful way of representing your team at parties, and fun to eat too. Now waiting for them to come out with a Cal Bears one (although I highly doubt they're in high-demand based off our last season lol....).
After all, it's JELL-O!
As it turns out, quite a bit!
Having never made 'Jigglers' before, I made only one Jell-O box of them. 2/3 cup of water in a 2 cup glass measuring cup, and into the microwave until you have a bubbling boil. In goes the powdered Jell-O, stir for 3 minutes. It takes a full 3 minutes to dissolve completely.
Here is where I went rogue.
Instead of the suggested quick spray of cooking oil (Pam) on the plastic mold, I 'dampened' a bit of paper towel with coconut oil, and wiped the inside of each cavity. Hey, ya gotta work with what ya have, right?
The 3/4 cup of red goo is the perfect amount for one tray of Jigglers.
Into the fridge for 2 hours. 3 hours are suggested, but I was in a hurry.
Break the 'seal' with a knife or fingertip, and gently remove the gelatin. Softer than a gummi bear, not as soft as, well, Jell-O.
Freakin' adorable. Cheap. Easy. Quick.
And it makes people smile.
So go Jiggle for your team.
UPDATE: I've since bought 3 more kits from different teams. FAN-tastic gift! All have great detail. I bought the University of Georgia kit because the 'G' can pass for a Green Bay Packers logo. Wish they made more teams!
The kit makes a decent amount of jello jigglers and was relatively easy to use. It's a MUST to spray the mold properly or there will be a bit of difficulty when it comes time to remove the jello. Ours turned out perfectly and made a great snack. My only suggestion for improvement would be if the mold would have made with a bit more of a height difference so that the design would stand out a bit more. Once the jello was removed, the design was a bit difficult to see in some of the jigglers,but they were delicious none the less!
Picked up a few extra kits to give away as gifts for the holidays, I would definitely recommend them!
FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS on the side of the box (unlike what my wife did - destroying the first batch). NO MORE THAN 2/3 cups of liquid. OBVIOUSLY everyone is buying these to make Jell-O shots for game day so I strongly recommend just about 1/2 cup of BOILING water and then top it up to 2/3 with vodka. Not overly strong but they congeal nicely!
I also purchased 2 sets of OU (Oklahoma University) molds. I plan to use one set to make OU cake pops for my son's fraternity's tail gate and the other set I plan to save for him for after he graduates.
These molds are ONLY available through Amazon for a limited time. I ordered them as soon as I saw them because I know they will sell out.
These molds are inexpensive to purchase, durable, and easy to use. They also are available in many College Logos- I highly recommend them!