An Easter Carrot Jello Jiggler! I am just tickled at how these came out. I’ve had this idea for a while now, and finally got the chance to pull everything together to make these Jello Jiggler Carrots. They were so darn simple to make. The kids even  helped make their own carrot. And, they taste good too. The kid’s absolutely loved their Jello Carrots! My daughter joked that I should make more vegetables this way 😉

You’ll Need:

  • (2) large boxes of orange jello
  • 2 cups of hot water
  • Cone treat bags and twist ties
  • Twizzler green grass candy

Equipment Needed:

  • Saucepan
  • 1/2  cup measuring cup

Instructions:

These are so darn cute! The kids are going to love eating Carrot Jello Jigglers on Easter Sunday!

  • Dissolve the 2 packets of orange jello into the hot water
  • Let it cool off a bit
  • Scoop 1/2 cup into each cone – double bagging if the liquid drips throuth
  • secure with a twist tie

These are so darn cute! The kids are going to love eating Carrot Jello Jigglers on Easter Sunday!

  • Refrigerate the bags
  • I bunched mine together with a rubberband and hung them on a knob – I didn’t want the bottoms to flatten out, so this was my solution
  • It should take a couple of hours to firm up, or leave them over night

These are so darn cute! The kids are going to love eating Carrot Jello Jigglers on Easter Sunday!

  • When you are ready for your carrots, carefully cut the bag open on the seam, and peel it away
  • The only part that is a little tricky is at the tip, where the jello can be a bit more fragile. I opened 8, and broke 1 tip off – Connor ate it! so, he was happy

These are so darn cute! The kids are going to love eating Carrot Jello Jigglers on Easter Sunday!

  • For the greenery, I folded 3 strips of Twizzler Grass in half, and used a small knife to cut a slit in the top of the carrot
  • I inserted the folded portion of the grass 
  • The grass can still slip out, so just have your carrot where you want it, before you do this part
  • You’re Done! Happy Easter Everyone!

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