35 Tasty & Jiggly Jello Recipes for Every Occasion

My dad recently celebrated a birthday which had me reminiscing about a childhood filled with jello in various shapes and concoctions for any and every occasion. I didn’t realize until going away to college that not every family had a jello dessert almost every day. My dad still makes jello desserts (not every day) – so across the miles from California to Illinois – I’ve compiled this list to celebrate his birthday and to keep as a reference for future holidays. It’s also time that I start sharing more jello fun with my kids to keep up our Midwest roots (they went crazy looking at my Pinterest board pictures).

The 35 recipes below are colorful and jiggly and fun. Be sure to check out my Jello Creations Pinterest Board for pictures of all the links below.

35 Jiggly Jello Recipes

 

My sweet jello-loving dad:

Grandpa with the Kids

My silly jello-loving dad:

Silly Grandpa

 

And now the links:

General Jello Yumminess

1.  Banana Cream Fudge (Inside BruCrew Life)

2.  Creamy Cherry Jello (Eating Well)

3.  Orange Fluff Jello Salad Recipe (Six Sisters’ Stuff)

4.  Strawberry Pretzel Salad (Stockpiling Moms)

 

Water and Sky Jello

5.  Sky Jello (Anastasia’s Palace)

6.  Mini Jello Aquariums (Confessions of a Cookbook Queen)

7.  Gelatin Aquariums with Sea Grass (Real Simple)

 

Jello Activities

8.  Jell-O Excavation (Tinkerlabs)

9.  Jello Fishing Game or Pudding Race (The Fun Times Guide)

 

Baking

10.  Strawberry Jello Poke Cake (Flour on my Face)

11.  Kid Friendly Jello Frosting (Coleen’s Recipes)

12.  Red Velvet Poke Cake (The Country Cook)

13.  Easy and Yummy Candied Popcorn (A Mom Not a Professional Nor a Perfectionist)

 

Breakfast

14.  Jell-O Pancake Syrup (Mr Breakfast)

15.  Pudding Pancakes (Workathomewondermom.com)

 

Valentine’s Day

16.  Valentine’s Whoopie Pies (Joy of Jello)

17.  Layered Jello Squares, Valentine’s Day Style (Heather Likes Food)

 

St. Patrick’s Day

18.  “End of the Rainbow” Party Jello (MsTwixt via Club ChicaCircle)

19.  St. Patrick’s Day Jello Cookie Recipe (Gwenny Penny)

20.  Rainbow Gelatin Orange Wedges (Tablespoon)

 

Easter

21.  Jell-O Easter Egg Cookies (Red Couch Recipes) 

22.  Pudding Poke Carrot Cake (The Country Cook)

23.  Easter Jello Pie (Just a Pinch Recipes)

 

4th Of July

24.  Red, White and Blue Jewel Cake (Diamonds for Dessert)

25.  Patriotic Poke Cake (The Galley Gourmet)

26.  Red, White and Blue Layered Popcorn (Claire’s Creations)

 

Halloween

27.  Creepy Peepers Halloween Jell-O (In Katrina’s Kitchen)

28.  Spooky Lemon Lime Jell-O Ghost Slime (Mom Spark)

29.  Ghost Jell-O Treats (Modern Parents Messy Kids) 

 

Thanksgiving

30.  5 Minute Pumpkin Pie Pudding (Club ChicaCircle)

31.  Double Berry Jello Salad (Kalyn’s Kitchen)

32.  Festive Cranberry Pineapple Salad (Tara Cooks)

 

Christmas

33.  Christmas Broken Glass Jello (The Food Librarian)

34.  Christmas Jello Salad (My Sister’s Kitchen)

35.  Christmas Trifle (Taste of Home)

 

Do you have any favorite jello recipes?  Share in the comments below. We LOVE to hear from you.

 

Note:  This is not a sponsored post. I reference both ‘Jell-O‘ (brand name) and ‘jello’ depending on the source link preference. 

 

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  4 comments for “35 Tasty & Jiggly Jello Recipes for Every Occasion

  1. September 11, 2015 at 6:17 am

    GREAT ARTICLE. SUPERB CONDENSATION . TNX.

  2. September 13, 2015 at 5:33 am

    Thanks for including my recipe. I confess I am not a huge jello fan, but that double berry jello salad is always a hit!

  3. Kat
    December 27, 2016 at 12:41 am

    Do you personally love or hate jello?

    • December 29, 2016 at 8:24 pm

      I actually like jello (not love) – it reminds me of my childhood

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