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Jell-O Wine Egg Recipe

When you’re stuck inside, it’s easy to lose track of your days, even weeks! Events might get cancelled or postponed, but holidays stay the same! St. Patrick’s Day has come & gone, and now Easter festivities are getting cancelled; but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be able to celebrate at home! We’ve got the perfect solution for parents who are at home with kids – Jell-O Eggs (or bunnies)! What’s great about these delicious treats is that you can make them with the kids as a fun family project! What’s even better is that you can easily replace the water with wine to make a wonderful, wine infused treat!

We tested out a few different recipes with Potomac Point wines and found the tastiest to be our La Belle Vie Rosé, Dolce Rubus Red, and Moscato Dolce. We followed the basic Jell-O Jigglers recipe on the back of the box for two of our recipes and added a twist on the Moscato Eggs!

Strawberry La Belle Vie Rosé & Cherry Dolce Rubus
For this recipe you’ll need:
– 2.5 cups of La Belle Vie Rosé or Dolce Rubus (or water for the kids)
– (2) 6oz. packs of strawberry or cherry Jell-O
– Silicon Easter Egg Mold (or any mold you choose)
Step 1: Place water or wine over medium heat and bring to a boil.
Step 2: Evenly sprinkle both Jell-O packs over your hot liquid, mix with spoon for about 3 minutes, or until powder is dissolved.
Step 3: Pour your mixture into your egg molds.
Step 4: Refrigerate for 4-5 hour.
Step 5: Remove eggs from refrigeration and place mold into a tray of warm water. Let sit for 5 minutes, and gently pop eggs out of mold.
Step 6: Enjoy!

Blood Orange Moscato Dolce
For this recipe you’ll need:
– 2.5 cups Moscato Dolce
– ¾ cup blood orange puree (we recommend this one from Williams Sonoma). If you can’t find the puree, fresh squeezed blood orange juice will do!
– 2.5 packets of Knox original unflavored gelatin
– Silicon Easter Egg mold (or mold of your choice)
Step 1: Mix wine (or water) and blood orange puree.
Step 2: Split mixture into two bowls- 1 small pot and 1 small bowl for double boiling.
Step 3: Sprinkle gelatin mixture evenly over mixture in top bowl, place over medium heat and allow gelatin to completely dissolve, stirring occasionally.
Step 4: Remove from heat and combine both bowls.
Step 4: Pour your mixture into your egg molds.
Step 5: Remove eggs from refrigeration and place mold into a tray of warm water. Let sit for 5 minutes, and gently pop eggs out of mold.
Step 6: Enjoy!

For more at home activities with wine, view our “Quarantined with Wine” blog here.

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