Jell-O Easter Eggs

Easter is the perfect time to play with the kids making Jell-O Easter eggs. Made in bright Easter colors & a lot of flavors. A fun dessert for Easter dinner. We use sugar-free but regular Jell-O words as well. How to make Jello egg tutorial

Beautiful Jell-O Easter eggs with all the colors of the rainbow. Using regular Jell-O or Sugar-Free. So easy and fun for the whole family to make and eat.


Units Scale
  • 6 boxes of Jell-O different flavors in small boxes. 2 boxes of each flavor
  • 1 and 1/2 cups of boiling water for every 2 boxes. (do not add cold water)
  • Easter Egg Molds (Look in your local food store next to the Jello)
  • Sweetened Coconut
  • Green food coloring


  1. For 2 small boxes of Jell-O bring 1 and 1/2 cups of water to boil. (about 4 minutes in the microwave)
  2. Add the packet of Jell-O to the water and stir for 2 minutes.
  3. Spray the inside of your mold with a light mist of spray oil.
  4. Close the mold and double check that it is closed.Β 
  5. Pour the Jell-O into the mold and refrigerate overnight.Β 
  6. When you are ready to serve loosen the top of the mold and gently remove the Jell-O eggs. (this will take some time go slow)
  7. To make the edible grass, place the coconut in a plastic bag or in a bowl and mix in a few drops of food coloring and a few drops of water if needed.Β 


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