Don’t wait until the last minute to make this recipe. Each layer has to set before the next one is added.
Great recipe – fun to make. One tip: if you are going to plate your jello out of a mold, make sure to spray or oil the plate that you turn it out on. I lost my 7th layer because it stuck to the plate. Might be a no-brainer for you – but it never occurred to me. Thanks for the recipe!
This dessert is so wonderful! To add additional flavor, I add fruit to the jello/evaporated milk mixture and put it in the blender (i.e. mandarin oranges to orange jello, crushed pineapple to lemon and strawberries to strawberry jello.) My kids love it!
I personally do not care for any kind of gelatin so I find it amazing that I love this! I used strawberry, grape, berry blue, orange, cherry, apricot, raspberry from bottom to top, how awesome!!!!
This is a great recipe. I have made it for years. You can also sub sour cream for the evap milk and it comes out awesome.its very festive and colorful!!
I’ve been looking for this recipe! A friend used to make something similar a few years back. Thanks for sharing, this is always a hit for something sweet and low-calorie!
VERY artificial and definitely not a crowd-pleaser (I’ve found out not many like gelatin!) but conversations will never die with this salad around! It’s time-consuming, yet really easy to make if you follow the instructions.
I’ve been looking for this recipe and I’m so glad you’ve shared it with us. This is so easy to do and the hubby and I just love it!
This recipe is a lot of fun! My children ask for it constantly and look forward to times when we have to bring a dessert to make it! Its also a good idea to add fruit to some of the layers.
7 cups boiling water, divided
1 can (300ml) sweetened condensed milk
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