Posts Tagged ‘Jello’
We were asked by Kraft to add our spin to one of their spring dessert recipes. So here's our take on their Luscious Lemon Poke Cake. Instead of "poking" the cake with holes to get the Jell-O flavor inside, we decided to create a cupcake with an actual Jell-O filling surprise inside! I can't wait to serve these to guests to see their reaction!
STRAWBERRY LEMON JELLO CUPCAKE RECIPE
- White or yellow cupcakes (homemade or from a mix)
- 1 pkg. (6 oz.) JELL-O Strawberry Flavor Gelatin
- 1 pkg. (3.4 oz.) JELL-O Lemon Flavor Instant Pudding
- 1 cup cold milk
- 3 cups thawed Cool Whip
- Lemon zest for garnish
Bake 12 cupcakes and let cool.
Prepare strawberry Jello using the directions on the package. Refrigerate for 5 hours.
Prepare lemon frosting by whisking lemon pudding mix and milk in large bowl, then stirring in Cool Whip.
Using a cupcake corer or knife, carefully remove the center of the cupcakes.
Using the cupcake corer or a knife, cut out circular pieces of Jello. Carefully insert your Jello cylinders into your cupcakes. Lainey, my daughter, loved this part!
Frost cupcakes with lemon frosting and top with fresh lemon zest. Refrigerate cupcakes until serving.
And there you have it! Lemon cupcakes with a fun Jell-O surprise inside!
These cupcakes have a sweet and tangy flavor from the light and airy lemon frosting, to the cake-y vanilla cupcake, to the cold and slippery strawberry Jell-O. Total fun in your mouth!
Here's another simple spring dessert recipe to check out... Strawberry Pretzel Squares.
Sweeten up this spring with easy dessert recipes from Kraft.
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Have you seen these rainbow Easter eggs making the rounds? Nike from Thrive created them with rainbow Jello. I thought they were so beautiful I had to post them.
You just need egg molds, a clean syringe, and Jello in a rainbow of colors.
Take a look at the whole tutorial from Thrive. It doesn't seem that hard, and how cool when you're done... Don't you want to touch them?!