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Strawberry Jello Balls

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Create adorable strawberry-shaped Jello desserts with this quick and easy recipe. These tasty treats are made even more delicious with the addition of chopped nuts and coconut.

Ingredients
  • 1 small package coconut (7 oz.)
  • 1 family sized strawberry Jello or any flavor
  • 2 cups chopped nuts, optional
  • 1 can sweetened condensed milk
Instructions
  1. Combine all ingredients together except 1/2 package of jello and leave a little coconut to roll cookies in.
     
  2. Refrigerate mixture for 2 hours.
     
  3. Form jello mixture into small balls or desired size.
     
  4. Roll balls in remaining package of jello and then roll in coconut.

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Dec 31, 2013

Hello all.......I just found this recipe on here & had to comment for others. I did post a reply to hppytlk & hopefully everyone will read it. This is a great fast recipe for all occasions, so hope my comments can help. Happy New Year in 2014

 

Apr 11, 2013

My mom would make these at Christmas time when we were kids.. we called them sugar plums.. here is a recipe I found: http://allrecipes.com/recipe/sugar-plum-no-bake-cookies/

 

7 Ratings

Mar 31, 2013

It is now 2013. Why has no one answered the questions about this recipe? Please answer Happytlk's questions from 2010.

 

Jun 17, 2010

This recipe makes no sense. Do you bring the milk to a boil before putting the jello in it? How do you make the jello into strawberry forms? Do you refrigerate the jello before trying to form it into strawberries? How does the coconut stick onto the jello? Why are they called 'cookies'?

 

Jun 17, 2010

This recipe doesn't give enough information.

 

Jun 17, 2010

There is no cooking to this at all...... is that correct? How long does it stay refrigerated before eating????? Need alot more info before I can try this recipe.

 

Jun 16, 2010

what does this look like ? do you add water to jello or use mix dry ? you rfeally need pictures with recipies there is plenty of space for one....

 

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