Gelatina de Colores o Mosaico (Mosaic Jello)
- 1 6 ounce box raspberry or strawberry jello
- 1 6 ounce box lime jello
- 4 cups boiling water
- ½ cup cold water
- 2 .25 ounce packages unflavored gelatine
- 1 ½ cup boiling water
- 1 14 ounce can sweetened condensed milk
- Place the red jello into a medium bowl. Place 2 cups of water into a pot and bring to boil.
- Pour the boiling water over the top of the jello and stir well until the jello is dissolved. Repeat with the green jello.
- Pour the red jello onto a large cookie sheet or a baking pan, and the green jello onto another cookie sheet or baking pan.
- Place the baking pans or sheets into your refrigerator. Let the jello chill and set for about 3 to 4 hours.
- When the jello is set, make the milk mixture. Place ½ cup of cold water in a small bowl.
- Bring 1 ½ cups water to a boil. Pour it over the top of the unflavored gelatine mixture and stir well.
- Pour 1 can sweetened condensed milk into the mixture. Stir well to combine, then place it in the fridge for about 10 minutes to let cool down.
- Grease a bundt pan or 9×3 pan with cooking spray.
- Cut the jello into small pieces. Place all the jello pieces in the pan.
- When your creamy gelatine mixture has cooled down, pour it over the top of the jello pieces.
- Place the pan back in the fridge for about 4 to 6hours or overnight.
Gelatina de Colores also known as Mosaico de Gelatina is a staple at Colombian parties, especially during the holidays. Every year for Christmas one of my aunts would make it and I loved it so much! I've always loved Jello desserts and as a kid, my mom would often have a bowl of Jello in the fridge for quick snacks or desserts, which she would top with sweet condensed milk. Anyway, back to the recipe...
This is a very easy to make and fun dessert for any party. I love the combination of white, red and green for Christmas, but you could use any combination of colors you’d like, depending on the season.
This time I used a bundt pan to make my Gelatina de Colores, but you can use a jello mold, a regular bowl, or a casserole dish. This is a great make-ahead dessert for your Christmas dinner.
This looks great! 🙂 I want to ask can I use sugar and milk if condense milk is not available? If so how much of each?
no; different consistency
WHat a gorgeous dessert, I too love jello and used to make lots for the kids when they were younger…now they are grown men, they are not so into jellos, sad to say and that ends my jello making days lol!
Norma-Platanos, Mangoes & Me!
I am sending this to my son...Looks aboslutely beauiful...
Luz Adriana Guzman
It remaind me good desserts in my home in Medellin.
What a pretty dessert!
Thank you for sharing this recipe! I have a question about step 5. The "place 1/2 cup of cold water in a small bowl". Is this combined with the unflavored gelatin mixture before the 1 1/2 cups of boiling water and the sweet condensed milk?
5. When the jello is set, make the milk mixture. Place 1/2 cup of cold water in a small bowl.
6. Bring 1 1/2 cups water to a boil. Pour it over the top of the unflavored gelatin mixture and stir well.
* Sprinkle the unflavored gelatin into the 1/2 cup of cold water. Add 1 1/2 cups of boiling water and mix well. Add the condensed milk.
this is just lovely and possibly the most festive creation i've seen this year! bravo! 🙂
This is both so retro and super festive. Love it.
Hi! I am making this recipe for my daughters class for their holiday party at school, because she is also doing her report on Colombia! I have a question though. Normally, the box of jello calls for 2 cups of boiling water, and 2 cups of cold water. Your recipe only calls for 2 cups of boiling water. Is this correct? I just don't want it to come out too sweet. Thank you!
For this recipe we have to use less water.
I want to do this recipe but instead of using a 9x13 pan I want to use individual cups. My question is how much more unflavor gelatin, water and condensed milk should I use? Thank you
This was the perfect touch to bring a bit of Colombia to my son's birthday celebration. It was gorgeous & delicious. Thank you for sharing your family's traditions and stories. They're a gift to ours 🙂
Question #1: How far ahead can I make this completely & keep in the Biner pan/refrigerator?
Question #2: Does it slide right out of the pan when inverted or are there tips for that?
I made this for Christmas dinner & everyone loved it! It will become a staple for the Christmas dessert table.
I forgot to spray the bundt pan so I dipped it into hot water VERY briefly & it slipped right out. It was beautiful on a pedestal cake plate. Thanks for sharing this recipe!
Can you add diced mango and what do you think