Disney FROZEN Jello “Ice” Cubes!

Disney FROZEN Jello "Ice" Cubes!

These Disney FROZEN Jello “Ice” Cubes are so fun!  We had them at our FROZEN Party recently and everyone loved them!  They are super easy to make too.

Disney FROZEN Jello Ice Cubes!

The pictures don’t do these justice… they are actually two different colors… blue and clear!   A helpful hint when making these is to warm the bottom of your dish with some warm water before turning it out onto a plate…. this will ensure that it comes out easily!

Be sure to check out the Disney FROZEN Party post for more great ideas! 

Disney Frozen Jello "Ice" Cubes!
 
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Ingredients
  • 2 env. (1/4 oz. each) KNOX Unflavored Gelatine
  • 2 Tbsp. sugar
  • 2 cups carbonated lemon-lime soda
  • 1-1/4 cups boiling water
  • 2 pkg. (3 oz. each) colored flavored Gelatin like Jello Blue Raspberry
  • ¼ cup cold water
Instructions
  1. MIX unflavored gelatine and sugar in medium microwaveable bowl until blended. Stir in soda. Let stand 3 min. or until gelatine is softened. Microwave on HIGH 3 min. or until gelatine and sugar are dissolved, stirring after each minute. Pour into 8-inch square dish sprayed with cooking spray.
  2. REFRIGERATE 25 to 30 min. or until set but not firm. Meanwhile, add boiling water to flavored gelatin mixes in separate medium bowl; stir 2 min. until completely dissolved. Stir in cold water. Cool 15 min.
  3. POUR flavored gelatin gently over clear gelatine layer in dish. Refrigerate 1 hour or until firm. Cut into squares.

 

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Comments

  1. says

    Recipe says to use an 8 inch square pan, but I wished I had noticed beforehand that you clearly used a bigger, rectangular pan. The setting time for the first layer is really off for me.

  2. Heather says

    I used the 8 inch square pan and the setting time is much longer on the first layer. Did you use a 9×13?

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  4. Janis says

    After reading the comments asking for the pan size, I used a 9×13 pan. I cut them in roughly 1″ squares and they were VERY thin. If I were doing this over I would either use the 9×13 pan and double the recipe or use a smaller (8×8) pan. It would be helpful if the author would chime back in on this one. Thanks so much for the recipe!!!

  5. Amber says

    Made these in an 8×8 and they turned out perfect! Slightly taller than an inch and SO cute! Your instructions are so easy to follow, such an easy recipe! Thank you! So cute and perfect for a Frozen party!

  6. Kay says

    Any suggestions on how to make this without using Jello? We are a healthy eating family and I do not want to use blue Jello which contains artificial flavor and coloring. I was thinking blueberry juice but the color would not be crystal blue….

  7. Sam says

    Subbing half the lemon lime soda with tonic water will cause them to glow under black light. (Or finding another way to subsonic water, subbing half the cold water for the jello pack. Depending on which layer you want to glow.

  8. Erin McNeil says

    I just made the jello squares for my daughter’s frozen party. They came out great.! I used the 8 x 8 even though the picture looked larger but I figured she doubled the recipe for the larger pan. I let the first portion cool for 25 minutes and it was still completely liquid but I ran out of time to let it firm before the party. I added the next layer when the first layer was liquid but it still came out perfect. I used a knife to cut around the edges before I turned it upside down. They came out beautiful and everybody loved them! I also made the punch in a bowl and decorated the cups first. Super cute!!

  9. coletta says

    I lightly sprinkled blue decorating sugar into each layer before it completely set; a light blue in the unflavored gelatin and darker blue in the berry flavored jello, made them sparkle even more. Don’t be too generous .

  10. Melissa S says

    These are super cute, but your setting time for the first layer is way off. My cubes came out all blue…

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