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Who Else Wants To Put This On Their Dessert Menu?
If you’d like to make a really impressive, yet super easy dessert for the holidays (or any day, for that matter) I highly recommend giving this pretzel jello dessert a try! It looks fabulous and like it took you half a day to make, but it is actually super easy and definitely not as time consuming as one might think!
You do need a few hours to let it cool and set in the refrigerator, so I would suggest you make this ahead, the day before serving. However, if you start preparing this in the morning of the party, you’ll have plenty of time to do whatever you’d like, while this is setting in the fridge!
This recipe makes 12 servings in a 13×9″ dish, so it’s great for those times you need to whip something up for a large crowd. Of course, if your whole extended family is coming over, you can easily double the ingredients and divide them between two dishes. Or if you’d just like to have enough for second servings – I guarantee people are going to line up and beg for them!
Image credit: Janine.
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Quick Tip: Use any gelatin flavor you’d like for this dessert.