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While at the store picking up last minute things for our Easter Brunch and Annual Easter Egg hunt with the cousins I cam across this kit for $.99 it came with an Easter Jiggler mold and 2 boxes of strawberry Jell-o. I planned on getting Jell-O anyway and pretty much got the mold for free since 2 boxes of Jell-o would have cost the same. So we made these cute Jell-O jigglers for the kids to eat at our Easter party for the perfect Jello Easter Idea
We followed the directions on the package, for making Jello Jigglers and doubled each of our recipes.
  • 2 ~ 16oz Jell-O Any Flavor
  • 3 1/2 Cups ~ Boiling Water
  • Whisk
  • 2 ~ 9×13 pans or 1 ~ 8×10″ pan and 2 Easter Jell-O Molds
  1. Boil 3 1/2 cups of water (add 1/2 cup for evaporation during boiling)
  2. Once you water is boiling pour it into a separate bowl.
  3. Slowly add 2 ~ 16oz packages of Jell-O into your water, stirring with a whisk as you add it in.
  4. Stir the solution for about 2 minutes with your whisk.
  5. Pour solution into a measuring cup (Makes it easier to pour into your molds).
  6. Slowly pour solution into your Jell-O molds.
  7. Refrigerate for 3-4 hours.
  8. Remove Jell-O from molds easily by soaking the molds and pan in hot water for about 1 minute.
  9. ENJOY!!!
Here is a look at the Easter Jell-O Molds we used before they were filled with Jell-O! We made 2 batches to make sure there was enough for everyone!
The directions say to spray the molds with non stick cooking spray. We did it with the second batch and not with the first. I would recommend spraying the molds but VERY lightly it helps to make the Jigglers not stick to the details in the mold but if you use to much at all your jigglers get greasy.
The Jell-O that came with the kit, although you could use any color to make your Easter Jell-O jugglers!
Molds fill with our Jell-O solution.
***My suggestion would be to only fill your measuring cup up about 1/2 way to pour the Jell-O into the molds or the Jell-O will splatter all over and it is difficult to get into the molds.***

Place your Jell-O jigglers in the fridge to harden (around 3-4 hours) with each of the batches I made I had enough left over to make a pan of Jell-O that we were going to use cookie cutters to cut out more spring shapes. But we couldn’t find the cookie cutters, so we just cut them into squares and put them on a separate plate.


The Jell-O Jigglers all hardened and ready to come out! We dipped the molds in hot water for them to come out easier.


Here is the plate with the Jell-O Easter shapes on it.
Here are all of the different shapes from the Jell-O Mold set out on the plate.

This is the flower Jell-O Jiggler.
An Easter Egg Jell-O Jiggler.
A duck Jell-O Jiggler
A butterfly Jell-O jiggler.
For more great Easter Ideas we have shared about stop over and visit our Easter ideas page.

Our Favorite Easter Activities for Kids Resources we use in our Homeschool found on Amazon (aff. links)

  • Bunny Egg Dippers
  • Wilton Food Coloring Gel


  • Big Egg Dying Tray
  • Resurrection Eggs


  • Plastic Easter Eggs
  • Egglo Easter Eggs


Our Favorite Easter Stories On Amazon (Aff. Links)

  • Benjamin’s Box
  • Lily’s Easter Party


  • The Week That Led to Easter
  • Read and Share The Story of Easter


  • My Special Easter Stories
  • Berenstain Bears and the Easter Story


More Easter Activities for kids Ideas Can Be Found On My Easter Pinterest Board!

Follow Mama Of Many Blessings’s board Easter Ideas For Kids on Pinterest.


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