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Making these fruit-flavored gelatin desserts from scratch is easy and takes only minutes, but allow at least two hours for them to set in the refrigerator.

Source: Everyday Food, September 2004
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Cook's Notes

Unflavored gelatin, an inexpensive thickener, can be used to make a number of no-bake desserts; to help the granules dissolve completely, gelatin needs to be softened briefly in cold water before being added to warm liquid.

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  • pattyvignologm
    4 NOV, 2015
    I made it as listed except I used3 t beef gelatin (pork allergy). The second time , I lightly pulsed the grapes in my food processor before cooking them, and after separating the liquid, I pulverized the cooked grapes in the food processor. That made it much easier to get the juice to measure 3 cups without adding water. I may add a bit more gelatin as it was not quite "jello" consistency but husband raved and asks for it often and says it's good enough for company!

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