Mistletoe Jello

I love this time of year and all the opportunities to sprinkle in a little wonder and excitement for my kids!  We just moved so many of our normal Christmas traditions or holiday celebrations have been put on hold while we try to settle back into a routine, but I still want to create fun moments for my kids to enjoy.  These Mistletoe Jello treats are a fun way to add a festive touch to holiday parties, play dates or a special after dinner treat.  I originally shared these tasty treats as part of Design Dazzles Christmas Wonderful series, but in case you missed it I’m sharing all the details (all three steps) with you!

Mistletoe Jello Dessert

And this treat is so easy to make so it won’t add to your already long to do list.  Here is what you’ll need:

Mistletoe Jello Dessert Ingridients

1 box of green Jell-o

Cool Whip


Red Hot candies

Make your Jell-o according to the directions on the box.  Once it is set add a dollop of cool whip on top.  Add a few mint leaves and three red hot candies to complete your Mistletoe Jello.

Giggles Galore Mistletoe Jello Dessert

This Mistletoe Jello treat is sure to make your kids pucker up and give you a big kiss.  Serve and enjoy a little holiday cheer!

Christmas Wonderful Mistletoe Jello

For more stress free holiday ideas and traditions check out our North Pole Breakfast and Letters to Santa Party.  If you want something for the whole family our 12 Days of Service Project is a great one for spreading a little holiday cheer.

Mariah Leeson is the creative mind behind www.gigglesgalore.net. With a passion for celebrating, Mariah created Giggles Galore to inspire families to celebrate life’s little moments with creative, budget friendly ideas. She loves cooking, reading, crafting, hosting parties and most of all spending time giggling with her family.

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  1. This is really adorable. I bet it would look cute with red jelllo as well – maybe marshmallows as poinsettia leaves?

  2. Adorable! You are very creative.

  3. What an adorable idea- this will be perfect for our Christmas Movie Night dessert!

  4. Where did you get those little cups? They are adorable

    • Hi Kelly! I actually found those at an antique shop, they were called “French Yogurt Jars.”

      • Those new yogurt jars by Yoplait, oui could be used too, maybe. Or even if you are a candler you could make a mini candle. I use mine to old pens in at the office and home.

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