Watermelon fruit bowl
Watermelon Fruit Low Fat Jell-O Diabetic
Last updated 10/4/2011 7:55:24 PM. Recipe ID 16400. Report a problem with this recipe.
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Title: Watermelon fruit bowl
Categories: Desserts, Fruits, Low-fat, Jell-o, Diabetic
Yield: 16 Servings
2 pk (8 serving size each) or 4
-pk. (4-serving size each)
-JELL-O Brand Watermelon
-Flavor Sugar Free Gelatin
-or any other flavor
4 c Boiling water
4 c Cold water
1 c EACH watermelon balls,
-honeydew and/or cantaloupe
-melon balls, sliced bananas
WATERMELON BOWL (See below)
WATERMELON BOWL - Select a large round watermelon (12 to 14
pounds.) Cut off a thin sliver from the bottom to allow watermelon to
stand. Slice off top 1/3 of watermelon. Cut edge in scallop pattern,
if desired. Scoop out watermelon with melon baller or cut fruit into
cubes. Use in gelatin mixture; reserve remaining fruit for snacking
or other use. Invert watermelon bowl on paper towels to drain excess
Dissolve gelatin completely in boiling water in large bowl. Stir
in cold water. Refrigerate until thickened. Stir in fruit. Spoon
into WATERMELON BOWL.
Refrigerate 3 hours or until firm. Makes 16 servings.
To prepare in a large oblong watermelon (18 to 20 pounds): Prepare
watermelon bowl as directed above. Use 3 packages (8-serving size
each) or 6 packages (4-serving size each) gelatin and 6 cups EACH
boiling water, cold water and assorted fruit. Makes 24 servings.
Nutritional information per serving: calories - 25, protein - 2
gm., fat - 0 gm., carbohydrates - 5 gm., cholesterol - 0 gm., sodium
~ 65 mg. Diabetic Exchanges: Fruit - 1/2.
FROM: A press release from Kraft General Foods, Inc. targetting
JELL-O is a registered trademark of Kraft General Foods, Inc.
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