I love this recipe, it’s so colorful and fun! My recipe for Multi-Layered Jello™ and Fruit Jello™ Kabobs make a perfect snack or appetizer for kids and adults. The layers of Jello™ are added individually. The pan is popped into the freezer after each layer is added and sits until hardened before adding the next Jello™ layer. This makes a very pretty and colorful snack that is both eye-catching and tasty. It takes time to make but it is very easy.
My boys loved these cut as Jello™ pieces but also as the kabobs with fruit. Bring these bars or kabobs to a potluck or serve as an afternoon snack for your kids. The kids will especially love the colorful sweet snack. These are super fun, fruity, and healthy. They are so sweet they could even work as a dessert! Pop these in your child’s lunchbox for school for a fun lunch idea.
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Aren’t these beautiful! My son said they look like a sunset.
Easy Ingredients & How To Make it
The ingredients are so simple, they include five flavors of Jello™ including lemon, orange, raspberry, and berry blue plus water and fruit. For fruit I used blueberries, pieces of strawberries, and slices of banana. Any flavors of Jello™ can be used in any order. Other items needed to make this recipe include toothpicks, cooking spray, a pan to boil water, a bowl and spoon to stir, a flat shelf in the freezer, and a 9×13 inch pan.
Plan for about 4 1/2 hours when making this recipe. There is a lot of down time because the Jello™ sits in the freezer for an hour in between adding each layer. When the hour is up, it’s only a matter of minutes to get the next layer ready. Boil 1 1/4 cups of water and mix with 6 ounces of Jello™ for each individual layer. This is the Jello Jigglers™ recipe cut in half.
Sometimes the edge pieces experience separation of the layers, so handle them gently.
Other Jello™ Recipes
I’m a mom of three boys and they all just love Jello™ so I’ve come up with several recipes (see links below for recipes). One is for Gummy Worms Jello and my boys coined it that name because they say it tastes just like gummy worms. I also have a Fourth of July Jello recipe and an Easter Egg Jello Recipe. Jello is versatile and fun to make different recipes with and so many great flavors. This summer we’ve enjoyed the new cotton candy flavor (it’s blue).
Multi-Layered Jello and Fruit Jello Kabobs
- 6 ounces lemon jello
- 6 ounces orange jello
- 6 ounces Raspberry Jello
- 6 ounces Berry Blue Jello
- 5 cups water, boiling divided into four 1 1/4 cup portions
- 1 banana
- 1/2 cup blueberries
- 4 strawberries
- Spray a 9x13 inch glass pan with cooking spray. Boil 1 1/4 cups water in a pan. Pour 6 ounces Lemon Jello into a bowl and pour in the boiling water. Stir well. Set it in the fridge for about 5 mintues to cool slightly. Pour it into the sprayed 9x13 inch pan. Place the pan flat on a shelf in the freezer for about an hour.
- Pull the pan from the freezer. Boil 1 1/4 cups of water in a pan and pour it over 6 ounces Orange Jello in a bowl. Stir well. Set bowl in the fridge for about 5 minutes to cool slightly. Pour Orange Jello over the Lemon Jello layer. Place pan flat on a shelf in the freezer for about an hour.
- Pull the pan from the freezer. Boil 1 1/4 cups of water in a pan and pour it over 6 ounces Raspberry Jello. Stir well. Set bowl in the fridge for about 5 minutes to cool slightly. Pour Raspberry Jello over the Orange Jello layer. Place pan flat on a shelf in the freezer for about an hour.
- Pull the pan from the freezer. Boil 1 1/4 cups of water in a pan and pour it over 6 ounces Berry Blue Jello. Stir well. Set bowl in the fridge for about 5 mintues to cool slightly. Pour Berry Blue Jello over Raspberry Jello Layer. Place pan flat on a shelf in the freezer for about an hour.
- Pull pan out of the freezer and cut into squares for serving as pieces.
- Cut Jello into 1 inch by 1/2 inch rectangles for Jello Fruit Kabobs. Slice banana and cut strawberries into fourths. Add Jello rectangle and two pieces of fruit to each toothpick. Make as many Jello Fruit Kabobs as desired.
- Larger Fruit Jello Kabobs of 1 inch by 1 inch can be made as well. These will fall off the toothpick if picked up by the toothpick, so use a spoon or fork assist to eat these lovelies! Store leftovers in the refridgerator.
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