How to make it

  • Dissolve jello thoroughly in boiled water
  • Spoon jello into each section of ice tray, covering each blueberry.
  • Put trays back in fridge till jello is slightly set.
  • Press one blueberry into the bottom of each little bowl (it should stay at the bottom)
  • Return trays to fridge till jello is firmly set, about 2 hours.
  • To loosen, set tray in shallow pan of warm water to loosen, and pop them out on a plate.
  • NOTE: you can get a more 'realistic' eyeball if you use the yogurt jello recipe on some jello boxes.
  • A great hit with the little kids; if you have a large ice ball tray, all the more fun.

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  • lexluv101 9 years ago
    Thank you! I hope you don't mind but I submitted this recipe to my group The Joys of Jello.
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    " It was excellent "
    crabhappychick ate it and said...
    My grandsons will LOVE these! Great boy-type ick factor.
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