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Unicorn Poop Layered Parfait Panna Cotta Dessert

Unicorn Poop Parfait Desserts are layered jello with condensed milk and geltain flavors to create a perfect birthday dessert that tastes just like Panna Cotta! How to make jello layers in an angle with whipped cream topping

Servings: 6 cups
What You Need
  • 2 small boxes of flavored gelatin JELLO
  • 2 1/2 cups water divided in half
  • 1/2 cup sweetened condensed milk divided in half (1/4th cup per color)
  • 1 large tub Cool Whip Extra Creamy
  • 4 9 oz clear plastic cups
  • Food dye to enhance colors optional
Instructions
  1. In a small pot bring half the water to a boil and remove from heat.
  2. Whisk the gelatin powder into the water for 1 minute and set aside to cool for 40 minutes.
  3. Whisk 1/4th cup of condensed milk into the pot and pour into the cups in equal portions.
  4. Please read carefully on how to make these jello cups so you do not curdle your milk or blend your layers. While it does take some prep, the results are beautiful and kids love diving into their own personal cup of dessert.
  5. Refrigerate for at least 2 hours between colors hours, until the Jello has set.
  6. Repeat the same steps with the other flavors of gelatin and refrigerate over night.
  7. Top with a big dollop of Cool Whip and garnish with sprinkles.
LAYERING GELATIN IN CUPS
  1. Making jello layers is actually pretty easy, but it does take time and patience. To keep colors from blending in your jello cups, you will need to make sure you set each layer for approximately 2 hours before pouring a new color.
  2. Cut a 6″ piece of foil in half and crumple loosely.
  3. Place into a muffin tin, on one side and place the cup in the tin/on the foil.
  4. You may have to press the cup into the tin to sit an an angle.
  5. Once it’s set it should stay fine. With the cups in the muffin tin pour the jello into the cup and let set for about 3-4 hours.
  6. Remove cups from pan and add in the remaining color and refrigerate until set another 3-4 hours.
Notes

Making jello layers is actually pretty easy, but it does take time and patience. To keep colors from blending in your jello cups, you will need to make sure you set each layer for approximately 2 hours before pouring a new color. Please read carefully on how to make these jello cups so you do not curdle your milk or blend your layers. While it does take some prep, the results are beautiful and kids love diving into their own personal cup of dessert.