Fish Bowl Jell-O
|Categories:||Fish, Fruit Desserts, Other Desserts, Quick & Easy, For Kids, Vegetarian|
|Keywords:||lemon, swedish, jello, lime, blue, bowl, Jell-O, soda, 7-up, berry, pop, Decorations, octopus, gummy, Fishbowl, rocks, tank|
|2 ltr bottle||7-up or lemon lime soda|
|1 lg box||berry blue jell-o|
|1 sm box||berry blue jell-o|
|2 oz||swedish fish (gummy fish), assorted colors|
|1||gummy octopus or sour patch octopus (if you can find them), optional|
|2 - 4 pkg||pop rocks, assorted colors or rock candy|
|fish tank decorations (clean unused ones)|
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DirectionsPlace 1 1/2 C soda in a large bowl. Sprinkle jell-o evenly over soda & let stand to soften, about 5 minutes.Place 2 C soda in a small saucepan over medium heat. Heat until just before a boil. Add the softened jell-o, stirring to dissolve the jell-o completely over the heat, about 2 minutes. Remove from heat. Add the remaining soda & stir to combine.In fish bowl, add assorted color pop rocks (I like using red, blue, green & purple); mix well so it looks like rocks on the bottom of the fish bowl. Also add any fish tank decorations, if using.Pour the liquid into the fish bowl. Add fish & octopus, if using & stir. Transfer to the refrigerator to chill overnight. Lightly stiring every hour for the first 2 hours, just to make sure the fish look like they are swimming. But make sure the pop rocks & other decorations don't move.Keep refrigerated until serving. Serve within 6 hours.