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P's Jello

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Category: Desserts
Recipe Created By: Heidi Bayer


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3/4 cup cooked fruit with water
to taste sweetener
1/4 cup cold water
1 packet unflavored gelatin


Cook fruit and sweetener all together on the stovetop. Puree to desired consistency.

Dissolve gelatin in water per instructions on package.

Mix together. Pour into two 8 ounce containers and refrigerate for 3 hours.


Those of you whose kids can't have traditional JELLO may find they enjoy this.


For fruit, I use apricots, pears or peaches.

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is jello acidic would it cause a burning diaper rash? would apricots?

Kathy P KFA Admin 5/25/2015 10:21:42 AM

Gelatin is not acidic, it depends on what juice/fruit it is made with. Apricots are acidic, but not extremely. If something is causing burning diaper rash, it is more likely a digestive issue rather than the fact that the pH of the food itself.

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