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Jell-O Recipes That Won't Make You Jiggle

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4/27/2011 10:00 AM   :  26 comments   :  27,275 Views

Looking for some low calorie snacks/desserts? We've rounded up a variety of Jell-O recipes that are low calorie, easy to make, and tasty!

Yogurt Jello

Grandma Luetta's Strawberry Jello Salad

Strawberry Crunch Jello Salad

Jello - Yogurt Pie

Cherie's Cranberry Jello Fruit Salad

Strawberry 7-up Jello Salad

Jello Pinwheel


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Which of these recipes will you be trying? What is your favorite Jell-O recipe?


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  • 26
    "Which of these recipes will you be trying? " Jello recipes? Is this a bad joke? Jello has the same problem soda pop does; the full sugar is too much sugar, and the diet version is not only unhealthy, it's deadly because of artificial sweeteners.

    I cannot believe any SparkPeople staff person posted this or allowed it to be posted. Has Jello become a sponsor or paid advertiser, is that problem? Mrs. Dash, yes; Jello, no.

    "Which of these recipes will you be trying? " Um, let me think a nanosecond: NONE OF THE ABOVE. - 6/10/2011   9:33:14 PM
  • 25
    Think I'll try Yogurt Jello and Jello-Yogurt Pie soon. They sound good. - 5/5/2011   12:29:27 AM
  • 24
    Sorry, I don't eat jello anymore! After reading about how the get the gelatin part... ick!

    But beyond that- it's all just sugar, which I don't need. And if you get the sugar-free kind, then you're eating chemicals. Don't need that, either! If I want a sweet treat, it's going to be something with more substance and with REAL FOOD ingredients. Jello is just too processed for me- and what do you get?

    It's not about just calories. It's about WHAT'S IN those calories- and just because something is calorie-free or fat-free doesn't mean it's healthy. - 5/1/2011   4:41:07 PM
  • 23
    We eat Jello rather frequently. We like to add fruit to the sugar free jello and will also use a sugar free carbonated beverage to add a little "pep" to it. - 4/29/2011   11:35:01 PM
  • 22
    I haven't had jello in years. What a fun idea ! - 4/29/2011   12:32:17 PM
  • 21
    I will have to try some of these. They sound so much better than plain Jello. - 4/29/2011   7:45:29 AM
  • 20
    Thank you for all the ideas....... - 4/29/2011   1:05:28 AM
  • ETHELMERZ
    19
    My diabetic husband was given jell-o with plain greek yogurt while in the hospital, he was told to only use that kind, the other flavored yogurts had too much sugar in them. So I just add some Splenda to it when I fix it at home. - 4/28/2011   9:05:31 PM
  • RUNESHADOW
    18
    I have never liked strawberry jello, but adore jello with mandarin oranges, no matter how trite it seems. Thanks for the great ideas. - 4/28/2011   4:30:54 PM
  • 17
    I wish I could use the sugar free Jello, but it has Nutrasweet in it, and I get very sick if I eat or drink anything with it in it. It would be nice if they made some sweetened with Splenda or stevia. - 4/28/2011   3:11:36 PM
  • 16
    I am not a big jello fan but that yogurt jello sound pretty good so I think I will try that. - 4/28/2011   2:48:52 PM
  • 15
    My favourite Jello recipe is what I often take to potlucks or have on hand when I have company. It is really more a fruit receipe than a Jello one. LOL

    Two packages of sugar free Jello raspberry
    one package of Weight Watchers sugar free peach jello
    large package of IQF raspberries (400 grams individually quick frozen - loose ones with no sugar added)
    a dozen disposable plastic wine glasses (typically about 4 oz size, and I gather them up and wash them for next time too)

    Reserve one perfect looking raspberry for each glass.

    Use the quick set method to make the raspberry jello, but use the frozen raspberries instead of ice to accelerate the chill. Pour into the glasses, leave at least an inch of head space.

    Make up the peach jello (the only brand I have ever found is the Weight Watchers)
    with 1/4 less water than required. Place in bowl in freezer to accellerate chill. When it is starting to set up, beat it with your mixer until it froths and looks like peachy merangue. Spoon it into the glasses on top of the raspberries and jello.
    Add the one perfect raspberry on top of each. Maybe a mint leaf.
    All for only 8 calories!

    NOT QUITE PAVLOVA
    - 4/28/2011   2:29:24 PM
  • 14
    My husband loves jello, so I will try a couple of these recipes. My favourite is lime jello.. The yogurt jello sounds great. - 4/28/2011   12:35:20 PM
  • GMAGEE
    13
    Thank you, thank you for this blog and for the recipes. Back in the 80s, I found a delicious recipe for sugar-free Jello and yogurt parfaits on a Jello box. I used to make it all the time. Then, in a cross-country move, my box of cookbooks was lost and I have been looking for a yogurt-Jello recipe ever since. I even checked for some on the Jello website with no success. A few of these recipes sound very similar, so I am happily looking forward to making them. Sugar-free jello is a great dessert or snack when trying to lose weight - satisfying that sweet tooth with no calories. And the yogurt addition makes it something special. - 4/28/2011   9:49:09 AM
  • 2DIETORNOT2DIET
    12
    I love jello with pineapple, madrin oranges and nuts (walnuts or pecans) - 4/28/2011   9:35:02 AM
  • 11
    Jello by any name should be declared unconstitutional. I'd sooner kiss a rattlesnake. It made me cringe and feel sorry for myself even when I was on clear liquids immediately after surgery and didn't want to eat. Funny, because I liked it when I was a child. - 4/28/2011   9:32:33 AM
  • 10
    strawberry 7-up sounds interesting. I like to just toss a can of fruit cocktail into some jello for an easy dish. - 4/28/2011   8:15:44 AM
  • 9
    I love Sugar Free Jello with mixed in cream cheese in the summer time. I make frozen Pops with it. - 4/28/2011   1:06:47 AM
  • 8
    Great!! I have a jello cookbook that is probalby 40 years old. These recipes will be a nice addition. - 4/28/2011   1:04:04 AM
  • 7
    The yogurt jello sounds pretty good. - 4/27/2011   7:05:15 PM
  • 6
    I will definitely have to try the Strawberry Crunch dessert - I have made a similar (more fattening version) that my friends and family absolutely LOVE, so I am curious to see how the reduced fat version will be. It sure sounds delicious! :) - 4/27/2011   4:06:26 PM
  • 5
    hmmmm, don't know, they all sound tempting.
    - 4/27/2011   2:53:10 PM
  • 4
    They all sound yummy & my grandchildren love jello. I will try them all, thank you so much for the recipes. - 4/27/2011   1:16:32 PM
  • 3
    The all sound good. I like Grandma Luetat's salad and the yogurt recipes. The pinwheels are kind of interesting too. - 4/27/2011   12:33:21 PM
  • BERNADETTE162
    2
    I going to make the strawberry 7-up
    - 4/27/2011   11:54:09 AM
  • 1
    I am going to try the Yogurt Jello...It sounds dreamy and delicious.
    I am always on the hunt for low cal, low fat deserts that my whole
    family will love. Thanks for the idea... - 4/27/2011   11:28:50 AM

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