Jell-O is a brand of gelatin desserts, such as gels and puddings. It is used alone as a dessert, as well as in recipes.
Jell-O is a brand of gelatin desserts, such as gels and puddings. It is used alone as a dessert, as well as in recipes.
when i make jello shots i use 1 package of jello dissovled in 1 cup hot water then add 1/2 cup of alcohol & 1/2 cup of cold water. i get about 16 jello shots this way. with that being said there are 4oz's in a half of cup which divided by 16 you would get .25oz so on that note one jello shot made with 1/2 cup of alcohol will have .25oz's of alcohol… Read More
Almost any.. You just have to be careful not to put to much of the fruit juice..
Get some Jello, and put it in a pie. it's not that hard, idiot!
I don't know. I've looked EVERYWHERE. I just want plain squares.
A little sugar is OK for healthy people of normal weight. Otherwise , there's sugar-free.
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Unfortunately, the prior answer doesn't take into account that a student attempting to do homework may not have a box of Jello on hand to read the instructions. Yes, there are sometimes class assignments which might require this information. Instructions for making Jello: 1. Stir 1 Cup of boiling water into gelatin in medium bowl as least 2 minutes until completely dissolved. 2. Stir in 1 Cup of cold water. 3. Refrigerate 4 hours or… Read More
No-- it needs the lower temperature to coagulate. Maybe if you set the bowl in an ice chest with ice.
You can't(sorry). The jello is made with coloring so if you want clear Jello try coconut Jello.
Yes if you leave it outside in the heat (It doesn't have to be outside but still.....) :D
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The raw materials used in the production of gelatin are from healthy animals and include cattle bone, cattle hides and fresh, frozen pigskins. In the North American market, these raw materials are basically sourced from government-inspected meat processing facilities. Since Jello is made with gelatin, then yes, Jello is partially made from cow bones
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Fresh pineapple and fresh kiwi fruit both contain an enzyme (see above) which prevents jelly, Jell-O, or gelatine, from setting. Because that enzyme is destroyed during the cooking or canning process, the processed pineapple (or kiwi) then can be used in jellies. So you can use fresh pineapple to make jello provided it's been cooked first. Just cut it to the size you want for your dessert, cover it with pineapple juice, and microwave until… Read More
Kraft is the manufacturer of Jell-O.
Jell-O is composed of long, stick-like molecules. When you dissolve it in hot water, those molecules separate, but as the liquid cools, they begin to stick together like a giant heap of straws. The water flows slowly through these straws because of frictional effects. The result is a stiff material that is given its structure by the straw heap. If you leave the Jell-O long enough, the water will seep out and make puddles on… Read More
Lol, well, goats do not have toenails... they have hooves... And meanwhile, Jell-O is largely made from gelatin, which comes from the collagen in cow or pig bones, hooves, and connective tissues.
Gelatin is composed of the molecule collagen (as in your fingernails). The collagen molecules are long strings that weakly bind to water to form a matrix. Since the bonds are weak (hydrogen bonds) the matrix yields and is non-rigid (in lay terms: jiggly). Mad science and Jell-O always go well together.
Answer As you read the following answers, keep in mind the following: major companies do not always certify their products as kosher in all markets Kosher gelatin, at least in North America, is always parve. In the western US (and maybe other areas) Jello brand gelatins contains a K, which is NOT a valid heksher. It only means the company thinks their product contains no unkosher ingredients. Jello brand puddings contain a circle K, which… Read More
jello is not a mechanical mixture.
No, gelatin and jello are not made of pig fat. There is no fat at all in these products. They are made from cow and pig bones and hides through a chemical process. There are those that argue that the process removes any taint of the flesh. Others contend that the origin makes a difference.
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Jello is a lot of fun, whether you're young or old. It's a great dessert and can be fun to make with kids, too.
Gelatin is a slaughterhouse product; it is chemically processed collagen which is derived from the skin and bones of animals; it is not "meat" per se but is definitely not vegetarian.
If it's in a covered dish or container, it will last several days in the refrigerator.
My daughter takes hers in a banana,pudding anything. Also the capsule can be opened and sprinkled on pudding although it tastes nasty according to my kid.
Yes, you can. However, you cannot put fresh pineapple in Jello. The bromelain found in fresh pineapple breaks down the protein in Jello, causing it to liquidize. Heat destroys the bromelain so you can safely add it to your Jello. Canned pineapple also works since it has been pasteurized.
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Try Blue Raspberry.
I love jello
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usually clear jello should see if that helps if it doesny maybe ask your local doctor
I believe jello used to be made of gelatin a component of collagen, to create the signature dessert. Beef bones (so cows) was typically used. The collagen found in bones and cartilage was used for jello as bone marrow has very little, mostly due to marrow being a site of red/white blood cell production and storage of fat.
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You put a "small" box (the weight depends on what flavor the pudding is--anywhere from 3.3 to 5 ounces) into 3 cups of milk.
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solid, because it isn't a liquid or gas
One small Pack of Jello makes 4, 1/2 cup servings, or 2 Cups of jello. The large package makes twice as much. What size package are you using?
If tightly wrapped, plain Jello should keep for a couple days. If fruit has been added, it might start weeping sooner than that.
animal bones and other grinded up things such as skin to make it elastic n stick together
Gelatin does not occur "free" in nature. It has to be made or manufactured. However, it is a natural ingredient, in that it derived from natural ingredients and has no additives. Nowadays, it is made mainly from beef bones and hides and pork skin, which contain protein collagen, the essential ingredient required for the production of gelatine. It is a lengthy process in which extraneous substances, such as minerals, fats and albuminoids are removed by… Read More
I've kept mine up to a year. Tastes just fine.
Yes you should cover it as it can absorb some odors from your fridge.
Once made up, Jello consists of water, gelatin, artificial flavors and colours and sweeteners.
Add boiling water to the pack of Jello first, then 3/4 cup cold alcohol and 1/4 cup cold water. Mix and set in small cups, preferably the kind that are wax-coated (the kind they use for ketchup at McDonald's). If you use the small plastic medication cups the Jello sticks and you won't be able to pop the shot in your mouth. With the wax paper cups you can squeeze the Jello shot into your… Read More
Answer The gelatin comes from the marrow of animal bones. The same thing seen in a pan that has cooked a turkey or ham. The heat allows the gelatin to escape from the meat and bones. Then they add artificial colorings, artificial flavorings, and refined sugar. There are other additives put in to preserve it, and keep it from clumping. Answer GELATIN! ITS SUGAR in water...when it chills...it makes a jiggly thing. JELLO=GELATIN GELATIN=CHILLED SUGAR… Read More
Jello is made out of gelatin. Gelatin is made out of collagen extracted from boiled animal bones, animal skins, animal connective tissue and cartilage. I know it sounds a bit gross but that's how it is jiggly. Sugar, color, and flavors are added to make Jello more appetizing than plane gelatin.
kosher However, please note that the gelatin used is still generally derived from pork (see http://kraftfoods.custhelp.com/cgi-bin/kraftfoods.cfg/php/enduser/std_adp.php?p_faqid=117) and would therefore only be considered "kosher" by those who accept that the processing gelatin undergoes no longer classifies it as "meat".
In order to make Jello, you need a Jello packet and water. You start by boiling a cup of water, and then pour the Jello mixture and boiling water into a mixing bowl and stir until it dissolves. Distribute the mixture into separate serving dishes if you wish, and then you simply place it in the refrigerator until it gels.
They eat pupuas, witch are like tortilla shells but stuffed with meat and other breakfast foods that American people eat. This is often eaten in special holidays like Labor Day or Christmas or Easter. Most common holiday to eat pupuas are on Easter Sunday.
The duration that Jello will take to last depends with a number of factors. These factors are the storage method, the type of packaging used, and the type of jello.
Of course! Combine jello mix and 1 cup boiling water. Allow to cool, add one cup chilled champagne. Pour into plastic condiment cups and refrigerate.
As of 2008, there are more than 158 products sold under the Jell-O brand name and about 300 million boxes of Jell-O gelatin sold in the United States each year.
It is a physical change.
If you have saliva (spit) your jello wont set so dont lick the spoon and put iot back in or lick your finger then touch the jello and most importantly dont put ice while setting it in ...icky
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There are many ways to eat . With a spoon or slurp it (like a weirdo) or put it in a cup and drink it like water (like a weirdo)I am a weirdo myself.
No. Unless sugar is a nutrient Actually, there's 2 grams of protein in each serving.
Very close to Jello. It doesn't expand when setting up, and is made of water and a bit of powdered gelatin and flavoring.
Jello has aobut 80 calories. Not that many. just eat it! I'm eating it right now!
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Jell-o is not a recently invented substance. It is a recently invented word, which was registered as a trademark. This word was used to brand one make of jelly. The word jelly comes from the Middle English word gelly, which comes from the Latin gelu, 'frost'. The word gelly dates from "before 12th century" (Websters). Other suggested derivations for jelly (gelatin, gelatine, gelato) date from the 18th century or later. The best explanation for jelly… Read More
* Lime Jello and Absolut Citron * Lime Jello and Tequila * Orange Jello and Peach Schnapps * Orange Jello and Malibu Coconut Rum * Raspberry Jello and Midori * Raspberry Jello and Peach Schnapps * Cherry Jello and Amaretto * Cherry Jello and Creme de Cacao * Lemon Jello and Bacardi Limon * Lemon Jello and Absolut Citron * Strawberry Jello and white rum * Strawberry Jello and Peach Schnapps * Watermelon Jello and… Read More
i think so you can do stuff with anything as long as you add gelatine powder make made with milk, cream, sugar, beaten eggs and then add as much gelatine powder as it says to on the packet put it in the fridge and let it set and it should work, if it doesnt you can always try gin and tonic jello shot # 100g (4oz) caster sugar # 4 leaves SuperCook Select Fine Leaf… Read More
forever but i wouldn't recomend it
Usually, a pack of Jell-O! costs about $.50 in Vermont. Vermont is where I live, so I can only tell you about how much Jell-O! costs in Vermont.
Well, Jello is used in Jello shooters, but that is not specifically teens who make and drink Jello shooters. Jello is the most abused drug by teens and most deaths come from Jello.
1 serving of jell-o is 80 cents 2 servings are 1.70
Jello is neither a solid or a liquid. Related Information: It is a hydrogel, a viscoelastic, non-Newtonian fluid substance, a semisolid matrix composed of colloidal gel (a form of bonded protein) that entraps water in segmented sections or pockets. It is made by heating a mixture of processed collagen (gelatin) and water, and allowing the mixture to cool. In the familiar flavored dessert product, coloring agents and sweeteners have been added.
5.1 ounces in a large box of Vanilla Instant pudding. 3.4 ounces in a small.
mt favorite flavor is earthier grape cheery or watermelon. Really feed me any flavor and i will eat it. Well all except lemon, lime, or orange.
Its a suspension, just like Magic Mud.
its a solid.
By Jello, i take it we mean Jelly... Jelly was originally made from the natural gelatine (a type of Collagen I believe) found in animals skin and bones. things like pigs trotters and ears are very good for this
jello freezes depending on the temperature outside and how long you leave it out
No jello doesen't make your hair grow. Trust me I've tried!!! Jellow is a pudding made of water, sugars and addatives. All of these are present in other foods and none have been scientifically linked to an increased hair growth. In theory any given glucose could provide energy involved in the synthesis of hair proteins but glucose comes from all areas of the diet and so jelly does nto specifically influence hair growth. It is… Read More
According to recent studies, scientist have found that do to of the phobia, gynhestroephbia ( the phobia of jello like substances) pudding is far more superior, to the word jello. But to prove this further, we took a survey at a local forest (in the woods)-where trees grow-most of the time-)))))) the insects selected pudding as their majority answer. The Right Way
Yes, Jello is a food.
I may be wrong but in line with "jello" being an American term for "jelly" and having had jelly shots myself, i think it would a vodka jelly shot, which is quite literally jelly made with the inclusion of vodka. I believe the general thoughts on the matter were that as it isn't a liquid it wouldn't digest as fast, therefore if you were to consume to many they would more or less hit you… Read More
All four of the original flavors of Jello are Strawberry, Raspberry, Lemon, and Orange.
For this to work you would need a cuboid shaped block of jello, with as flat a surface as possible and no impurities within it. Using a light source with a very narrow beam, (Ray box or preferably a Laser pointer, i suppose you would need one of a color that would show up in the jello) shine it at an angle from the normal (a line perpendicular to the plane the light is shining… Read More
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Jello is a name brand gelatin. It contains sugar, water, cornstarch, pectin, flavorings, salt, and thickening agents such as calcium carrageenan.
Jello Pudding will keep fresh about 3 days before beginning to separate. It will still be edible a couple more days, but not as palatable. It should be kept in the refrigerator with other dairy products
2 small boxes of cranberry (Jello Brand) Jello or any red Jello ½ cup sugar 1 bag of fresh cranberries. ½ -1 cup pecans (or nuts of choice) 1 softened package of Philadelphia Light or Regular cream cheese 1 can of crushed pineapple (Dole is the best), drained thoroughly Put cranberries in a pan of water and add sugar. Cook until cranberries begin to pop open. Remove from heat, and while its cooling fold softened… Read More
No. The majority of kosher gelatin is made from fish skin gelatin. Some kosher gelatin is made from cow hide. There is kosher gelatin is made from seaweed with no animal products.
There is in some but you can get them gluten free.
No. It is made of animal bones. Seriously, ask your science teacher. Yes, It's Pork. Here is the URL to the page on the manufacturers site. http://kraftfoods.custhelp.com/cgi-bin/kraftfoods.cfg/php/enduser/std_adp.php?p_faqid=117&p_created=1072674000&p_sid=W1kbQcHj&p_accessibility=0&p_redirect=&p_lva=&p_sp=cF9zcmNoPTEmcF9zb3J0X2J5PSZwX2dyaWRzb3J0PSZwX3Jvd19jbnQ9Niw2JnBfcHJvZHM9MCZwX2NhdHM9JnBfcHY9JnBfY3Y9JnBfcGFnZT0xJnBfc2VhcmNoX3RleHQ9cG9yaw**&p_li=&p_topview=1 Question Is the gelatin used in your products safe? Answer The majority of gelatin used in KRAFT products is from North American pork, and BSE does not occur in pigs. Additionally, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and other scientific experts have determined that the manufacturing methods used… Read More
Jello is made up of Gelatin: main ingredient that makes it jelly Maltodextrin: for texture and appearance Adipic Acid / Fumaric Acid: for tartness Disodium Phosphate: to buffer acidity and to quicken cook time. Butylated Hydroxyanisole (BHA): as a food preservative. Sugar or Sweeteners or Sugar Free: of course for sweetness. Artificial flavors: for flavorings. Food Colors: for its vibrant color. Depending on what type of Jello you make the ingredients might change but they… Read More
Due to the bromelain enzyme in fresh pineapple, the jello will not set. Jello has the protein gelatin in it, and the bromelain prevents the gelatin molecules to bond with other gelatin molecules. If you make two molds of jello, one with pineapple, one without, you will find that only the one without pineapple will set. If you use canned pineapple, the jello will set because canned products are heated to eliminate microbes, but it… Read More
Jell-o is made from gelatin, which indeed is animal bone marrow. Gelatin is also in marshmallows and some capsules. Gelatin makes things hold their shape and that is why they use gelatin. This is something for vegetarians to watch out for too! Read the ingredients!
I think it has Vitamin K
You shouldn't eat Jello pudding after the expiration date because I ate it once after the expiration date and was very sick and crying like a baby!
If you are planning on eating the Jell-O it is best not to store Jell-O at room temperature for an extended period of time that has been made from box Jell-O. There are pre-made Jell-O cups that are suitable for room temperature storage available from several manufacturers.
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it is actually a colloid, some more examples are paint whipcream milk mud and even glue. a colloid is when one state of matter is suspended within another
The original patent holder for this dessert was Peter Cooper in 1845. He sold the patent to Pearle B. Waite who added flavors and the name in 1897. They sold the company to Orator Francis Woodard in 1899, who launched Genesee Pure Food Company. So pick one! Each person was a "founder", but each person contributed to the history of Jello in an important way.
Well for it to become solid (or gelled) it takes about 2 hours. It will depend upon the temperature of your fridge.
Yes, gelatin, which is used in Jell-o, is made from the collagen in cow or pig bones, hooves, and connectives tissues. This is perfectly safe to eat though.