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Jello Popsicles

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These Jello Popsicles are definitely nostalgic. Who doesn't love ring pops? All you need is Jello and water. You can use the regular Jello or the sugar-free kind.

4HR 10MIN

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3

Ingredients
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Ingredients
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Servings:
8
Serves 8
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1 pckg
Jell-O® Gelatin
any flavor
1 cup
Hot Water , boiled
1 cup
Cold Water
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Step 1
Empty your favorite flavor of Jell-O® Gelatin (1 pckg) into a bowl. Add Water (1 cup) and stir until all powder is dissolved.
Step 2
Then add Water (1 cup) and mix until all combined.
Step 3
Next pour the Jello mix into popsicle molds and freeze for 4-6 hours or until firm.
Step 4
Serve and enjoy!

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