Candy Corn Jello Shots (Non-Alcoholic)


October 23, 2018 By:
Tagged: Candy Candy. Jell-O Shots Jell-O Shots. Fun Snacks Fun Snacks. Halloween Halloween. Snacks Snacks. Desserts Desserts.
Prep:
2 hours
Cook:
10 minutes
Serves:
Makes 64
These non-alcoholic Candy Corn Jello Shots are a fun take on your favorite Halloween candy. Get the easy recipe at Food Lion and make up a batch now!

Ingredients

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Directions

  1. Spray the dipping bowls with cooking spray.
  2. To create the white layer: in a medium saucepan, add 1 cup water and the sweetened condensed milk, and whisk together. Add the 2 envelopes of gelatin and wait while it activates (a minute or two). Turn the heat on to medium and stir until the gelatin is thoroughly dissolved, another minute or two—avoid boiling the mixture.
  3. Remove from the heat and add another cup of water and the vanilla and whisk it in.
  4. You will fill the molds with equal layers of the three colors, so fill each mold 1/3 with the white gelatine. Refrigerate the molds for 30 minutes.
  5. To create the orange layer: in a medium saucepan, add 1 cup water, the orange Jello, and the sweetened condensed milk, and whisk together. Add the envelope of gelatine and wait while it activates (a minute or two). Turn the heat on to medium and stir until the gelatin is thoroughly dissolved, another minute or two—avoid boiling the mixture.
  6. Remove from the heat and add another cup of water and the vanilla and whisk it in.
  7. Remove the molds from the fridge and fill each one another 1/3 with the orange layer. Return to the fridge for another 30 minutes.
  8. To create the yellow layer: in a medium saucepan, add 1 cup water, the lemon Jello, and the sweetened condensed milk, and whisk together. Add the envelope of gelatine and wait while it activates (a minute or two). Turn the heat on to medium and stir until the gelatin is thoroughly dissolved, another minute or two—avoid boiling the mixture.
  9. Remove from the heat and add another cup of water and the vanilla and whisk it in.
  10. Remove the molds from the fridge and fill each one another 1/3 with the lemon layer (to the top). Return to the fridge and refrigerate overnight.
  11. To remove the “candy corn” from the molds, set the dipping bowls in a pool of hot water for 20 to 40 seconds. Use a small, skinny paring knife to loosen the edges and then turn the dipping bowls over onto a plate or cutting board.
  12. Cut each mold into 8 pie-shaped wedges, to resemble candy corn. If you’re using other small molds, you might not need to slice the Jello; or you can slice it in a different shape, but triangle-shaped gives the candy corn effect.