Ingredients3 h 35 m servings 72 cals
- Spray 2 egg-shaped gelatin molds with cooking spray. Firmly snap the molds together.
- Pour gelatin mix in a large heatproof glass measuring cup with a spout; stir in boiling water until gelatin has dissolved.
- Slowly pour gelatin into prepared molds.
- Refrigerate molds until gelatin has set, about 3 hours.
- Unsnap the molds and remove the gelatin eggs; cut each egg in half lengthwise with a sharp paring knife.
- Mix whipped topping and instant vanilla pudding mix in a bowl until smooth. Scoop the pudding mixture into a piping bag or plastic bag with a snipped corner.
- Pipe about 1 tablespoon of filling into the middle of each egg half for the "yolk."
- Sprinkle decorating sugar over each yolk. Chill until ready to serve.
- Cook's Note:
- Molds are available from cake decorating and craft stores. Buy a few molds if you plan on making a lot.
Per Serving: 72 calories; 2.4 g fat; 12.5 g carbohydrates; 0.8 g protein; 0 mg cholesterol; 93 mg sodium. Full nutrition
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Oh my goodness, these were a blast to make! I made these "lighter" by using sugar free Jello, sugar free CHEESECAKE pudding and "lite" frozen topping, this way I could eat these right along with...
These were so easy, super fun, delicious and totally cute! I don't know if there's a typo in the recipe, or if my egg molds are larger or what, but I used 3oz. boxes of gelatin (so I could do a ...
These were so fun and easy to make. I couldn't find the egg mold so I used my egg plate as a mold and it worked out well. Just use cooking spray so they slide out easily. We used lemon jello ...
So cute! I'm starting mine a few days ahead, so I can make several colors for Easter.
I've been makeing these for years. Started with green ones for St Patty's day.
My granddaughters and I made these for Easter. We used "mixed berry" flavor, which made them a blue color. It's always fun to make a mold of some kind with the grandkids. Even if it flops, it...