Jell-O is a brand name for gelatin desserts, including:
no-bake cream pies
The trademark belongs to US-based Kraft Foods, but the brand’s ubiquity throughout the US & Canada has led to its use as a generic and household name for any gelatin products. Jell-O is sold in various colors and flavors, either ready-to-eat or in packets, containing powdered gelatin and flavorings, along with sugar &/or artificial sweeteners. Preparing the powder is straightforward:
Dissolve in very hot water.
Chill and allow to set.
Fruit, vegetables, whipped cream, or other ingredients may be added to produce elaborate snacks that can be molded into various shapes.
*Just so you know… “Food-grade gelatin is a mixture of peptides and proteins produced by partial hydrolysis of collagen extracted from the skin, hoof and bones” of domesticated cattle and pigs. YUM!!
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