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  • >> Hilah: Hey dudes.

  • I'm Hilah and today on Hilah Cooking we are going to make Jell-O jigglers.

  • We're going to make some holiday-themed Jell-O jigglers and I know you all probably

  • remember these from when you were kids.

  • I do.

  • I've got some variations for you though today.

  • We're going to do like an icy winter wonderland looking one and then a red and green for Christmas

  • and I'm going to show you a little trick to make one of them a little bit more grown-up

  • friendly if you know what I'm saying.

  • So let's get to it.

  • [music]

  • [Jell-O Jigglers Holiday Recipe]

  • >> Hilah: All right.

  • First thing I'm going to do is spray my pans with just a little bit of oil.

  • Super light.

  • Get the sides and then we will set that aside.

  • So it's ready for us later.

  • So this first one I'm going to do, we're going to use blueberry but I've also got

  • some mini marshmallows in here and it's going to kind of give it a frosty, snowy look.

  • You will see it later on.

  • So about three cups of miniature marshmallows and then I've got some boiling water and

  • we're just going to whisk this together.

  • I just want to get the Jell-O to dissolve and then the marshmallows will kind of start

  • to melt.

  • OK.

  • Once your Jell-O is dissolved you will see the marshmallows are still some little pieces

  • left, some whole marshmallows.

  • We're just going to pour it into our pan here.

  • OK, and then go ahead and refrigerate this one and start on the one for the grown-ups.

  • For our grown-up one, I'm going to use some cherry.

  • You could also use strawberry.

  • Well, you could really use anything you want but for this one, we want red and green.

  • There's that and some more water.

  • Then we want to whisk this until it's combined and I only put a couple of water in now.

  • Unlike the other one we did a cup and a fourth.

  • So once this is all dissolved, we're going to add our not-so-secret secret ingredient,

  • a little bit ofguess what.

  • It's not water.

  • It's vodka.

  • So a little bit of that.

  • You don't want to add too much or the Jell-O won't set so just doing the quarter cup

  • although you could do like up to half a cup and then three-quarters of cup water.

  • It's up to you and we will pour this into our other pan and go ahead and stick that

  • in the fridge.

  • So we will let these both chill for about two, three hours until it's set and then

  • we will come back and do the second layer.

  • So a couple of hours later, this is what we're looking at.

  • It's nice and set.

  • I'm going to get another package of blue and I'm using some kind of container with

  • a spout here because it's going to make it easier when I layer it on there.

  • OK.

  • Now when you're doing a kind of layered Jell-O thing, it's going to be a big help

  • if you could get a large spoon like this and kind of use it to pour the Jell-O on really

  • gently with the spoon.

  • It kind of helps to break the fall.

  • So just hold the spoon upside down and pour it over the back of the spoon.

  • It kind of disperses it a little bit so you don't end up melting into the cold Jell-O

  • at all, if that makes sense.

  • OK.

  • Awesome.

  • Now just back in the fridge for a couple more hours.

  • For our red and green, the second layer we're going to use lime.

  • So this kind of ends up tasting like a cherry lemon [0:03:27] [Phonetic] which is pretty

  • good and again just a cup of water, again with the vodka.

  • All right.

  • And then just gently pour it over the spoon again and you could really do as many layers

  • as you want.

  • I did one earlier with a yellow layer in between and that was really pretty.

  • Fantastic!

  • We're almost done.

  • I'm just going to put this back in the fridge for a couple more hours and let electricity

  • do all the work.

  • OK.

  • So a couple of hours later and everything is totally solid.

  • It kind of looks like an ice skating rink and that I was just thinking it would be super

  • adorable if you could find some little toy figure skaters or ice skaters.

  • You could actually just like serve it like this.

  • That would be pretty cute.

  • OK.

  • So I've got some hot water in this big pan here from my kettle and you just want to set

  • it down in there for 10 or 15 seconds.

  • Then I'm going to get my little spatula and just kind of run around the edges to make

  • sure we're not sticking.

  • All right.

  • So once you're loose around the edges and everything is loose, loose, loose, we're

  • going to get the cutting board.

  • Set it on top of there.

  • Center it as much as you can and then pick the whole thing up and grip it really tightly

  • like the world's biggest and hardest sandwich and then just do a really quick little fliparoo.

  • Ta-da!

  • That is pretty cute.

  • OK.

  • Now I'm going to show you how to cut it into diamond shapes.

  • That seems like a good little decorative shape that's still easy to cut.

  • OK.

  • So to do diamonds, you want to go diagonally and then crossways, so not perpendicular.

  • But see what I mean there?

  • See what I'm doing here?

  • OK.

  • Cool.

  • I'm going to show you one of these littlewhat these layers look like here.

  • Look at that.

  • Isn't that neat?

  • I think it's cute and then I have the other ones.

  • I have already flipped the other ones out and I cut those up.

  • So you can kind of arrange them like upside downside so you get little green and red.

  • Anyway, pretty cute.

  • Also if you wanted to give kids some cookie cutters and just let them do it themselves,

  • then that's fun too.

  • So I'm going to try the boozy one.

  • I'm going to try the grown-up version.

  • It's like a vodka cherry lemon [0:06:04] [Phonetic].

  • Pretty good.

  • So these are also kind of like Jell-O shots but you don't have all the waste of those

  • little plastic cups and stuff like that.

  • So for whatever, fun Christmas party, they're very beautiful, like little stained glass.

  • All right.

  • Well thank you for watching.

  • I hope you try this and maybe you come up with some of your own variations.

  • There's also a playlist at the bottom if you want to check that out with some more

  • recipes that use Jell-O.

  • So have a wonderful holiday everyone and this lady will talk to you later.

  • OK.

  • Bye-bye.

  • [music]

  • You should enjoy the doing.

  • You can't control what's going to happen after you finish a thing.

  • If you don't enjoy the doing, that part of your life is gone and it's not rewarding.

>> Hilah: Hey dudes.

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