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Finger Gelatin

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  • 1-1/2 cups boiling water
  • 3 packages unflavored gelatin
  • 12 oz can frozen juice concentrate (I prefer purple grape)

First bring the water to a boil. I do this in a large glass bowl in the microwave. You could do it on the stove in a sauce pan just as easily. After the water boils, stir in the unflavored gelatin. Stir and stir and stir a lot. More than you think you should. And then when you are sure you have stirred enough, go ahead and stir some more. You could do it in the blender too, if you liked. That would involve less stirring. When you are absolutely certain that all of the gelatin has dissolved, you can stop stirring. Add the undiluted, frozen juice concentrate. Stir some more, until the frozen concentrate melts completely. Rinse an 8" square pan with cool water. Turn the gelatin mixture into the pan and chill overnight, or until firm. I cut the pan 6 by 6, making 36 small squares. For each serving I use 3 squares. This is the equivalent of an ounce of concentrate, or about 4 ounces of juice. This is a great way to get the kids to drink more juice. Makes 36 squares, or 12 servings. Great for after school or lunch box snacks. 

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