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GOLDFISH JELLO

From: B.J. Leber, WQED Pittsburgh
Primary category: Desserts

Ingredients

4 3-oz packages of blueberry gelatin dessert
2 3-oz packages of white grape gelatin dessert
1 cup white seedless grapes
gummy fish
2 gallon glass fish bowl

Procedure

Prepare blueberry and white grape gelatin together in a large bowl and refrigerate until partially set.

Put grapes in the bottom of the fishbowl arranged to look like rocks. Spoon gelatin over the rocks to fill fishbowl and then place fish in the partially set gelatin.

Chill until completely set and let the kids "fish" and eat. (Individual servings can also be made in the small fish bowls used for single goldfish.)

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