Rainbow Jello – Cathedral Window Recipe

Posted: Monday, December 18, 2017

Rainbow jello or cathedral window recipe is a delicious combination of condensed milk, evaporated milk, and four different flavours of jello. It is great for the Holidays or any time of year. Make it up and let us know what you think.

There are a few trips to this recipes. First off, I use blueberry, orange, strawberry, and lime jello. You can use the flavours of your choice, however. I just find these really colourful. Also, more than four flavours can be used but do not overdue it. The jello instructions call for two cups of water, but I only use a cup and a half to make it a little firmer. You can also reduce the jello in half if you do not want as much.

The jello will set in about four hours, so I usually make this a two day recipe. The jello on the first day, and the rest on the second day. I know it seems like a bit of time, but it is well worth it.

The pineapple juice it optional, but I find it adds a great twist of flavour to the dish.

I use a bundt pan, but if you do not have one or cannot find one, use the pan of your choice.

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