Knox Blocks

Knox Blocks Recipe

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Jayme Makowski


I love this "finger" jello and best thing - it is fat free.

This is the original recipe that was found on the back of the Knox gelatin box.

Also included is a creamy version that is definitely not fat free - but delicious.

Aquired from my Aunt Lynda


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24-28 blocks
15 Min


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4 c
boiling water
(1/4 ounce packets) knox unflavored gelatin
3 box
(3 ounce each) jello - your choice of flavor

How to Make Knox Blocks


  • 1Heat water to boilling.
  • 2Mix Knox gelatin and Jello in a bowl. Mix very good or lumps (hard spots) will form when set.
  • 3Slowly add boiling water to gelatin, stirring until thoroughly mixed.

    Pour mixture slowly into a 9x13 baking dish.

    Refrigerate until set.
  • 4CREAMY VERSION: Add 1 cup of heavy cream after the water. When set the cream will come to the top, making a 2 layer treat. (No longer fat free, but delicious)

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About Knox Blocks

Course/Dish: Other Snacks
Other Tag: Quick & Easy
Hashtags: #jello, #gelatin

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