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Mix all ingredients together. Pour into a 13 x 9 inch ungreased pan. Refrigerate overnight. Cut into 2 inch squares.

When I was a little girl, my Aunt Sharon would bring this cake to every family gathering. Since there were 11 kids between our two families, it was ...

In large mixing ... 1 1/2 inch squares or with cookie ... approximately 48 squares. (This separates into a creamy layer and a clear layer as it chills.)

In saucepan, sprinkle ... Cut into 32 squares. 2 squares = 1/2 fruit. Completely dissolve Jello in boiling water ... if using juice. Otherwise, free food.

Add boiling water ... set. Cut into squares. Finger Jello does not melt ... cutters can be used to cut Jello into shapes for different season occasions.

Sprinkle Knox gelatin ... into an 8" square baking pan and ... Cut into 36 squares. May also be made with orange juice concentrate. 14 calories per cube.

In large bowl ... chill until firm. Cut into squares to eat Makes about 100 (1 inch) squares. Never get mushy or melt at room temperature. Great for kids.

Dissolve Jello in boiling water. ... into a 9 x 13 inch pan and refrigerate. Cut into squares. Kids can eat the Jello squares with their fingers, not messy.

In large bowl, ... gelatin and flavored Jello; add boiling ... baking dish or pan and chill until firm. Cut into squares to serve. Makes 100 (1 inch) squares.

In large bowl ... of fruit flavored jello. Add 4 ... Cut into 1-inch squares and serve. This ... (you can actually use your fingers). Makes 9 dozen squares.

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