This is one of my family’s favorite jello desserts, because it can be made from regular jello, or sugar free jello, without jeopardizing its texture, or taste.
Jello desserts are great any time, but I love them that much more during the summer months.
Then again, whipping up a jello dessert mixed with cream cheese and fruit, how can you beat that?
Independence Day in the U.S. is always celebrated on July 4th. Many businesses are closed that day in observance of this holiday.
Families and friends get together for a cook out, outdoor fun. In the evening everyone is looking forward to an exciting display of fire works, usually prepared by a local fire department.
You can never go wrong with a jello dessert, especially for parties with mostly ladies, since even though it is not calorie free, it feels lighter than baked goods.
Today’s jello recipe is somewhat plain, but at the same time, very creative.
It takes some prior planning, since as you can see in the above picture, I used hulled out grapefruit shells, as individual vessels for the jello.