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Here’s a March Break dessert created by my beautiful 12 year old daughter.

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imageIngredients:
2 boxes Sugar Free Jell-o (I used strawberry)
2 cups  35% whipping cream
¼ fresh blueberries (optional) 

Preparation:
First make space in your fridge to make space for the Jell-o cups and mixing bowl.  We used eight 9oz clear plastic cups so you can see all the different layers.

In a mixing bowl mix two boxes of Sugar Free Jell-o and add two cups of boiling water, stir until dissolved.  Then add 2 cups cold water.

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Pour  a ¼ cup of Jell-o into the cups.  You will have a lot of Jell-o left in the mixing bowl. Put all the dishes and the mixing bowl in the fridge, let set until the Jell-o is firm. About 4 hours.

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When the Jell-o in the mixing bowl is firm, prepare the whipped cream.
Whip 2 cups 35% whipping cream until stiff, not fluffy but really stiff.  Take half of the whipped cream and fold it into the Jell-o in the mixing bowl, mix until combined.  Spoon it in the cups and leave space to add the last layer.  Smooth the top of the Jell-o with the back of a spoon.

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Top with the remaining whipped cream and blueberries.

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Nutritional Facts:  8 servings

Calories: 72
Fat: 5
Carbs: 1
Protein: 2

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Comments on: "Sugar Free Jell-o Parfait" (2)

  1. Anonymous said:

    She’s so talented! Looks good!

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  2. Thanks, she was very proud of her creation. I think she’ll be making this more often.

    Like

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