Make Jello Jigglers For Easter

I found this Jello Jiggler recipe at  I bought the Jello egg molds years ago, but forgot how to make the jello recipe that goes with them.  I used to teach school and would make these jello eggs for my students and they loved them!!  Now that I found this recipe, we’ll eat them at my house again.  The whole family enjoys this low fat treat, I can’t believe I didn’t think to look online for the recipe before now!!! 
JELLO® JIGGLERS Ingredients:
1 1/2 cups boiling water
1 package (8 serving size) Jello® Gelatin – any flavor
1 1/2 cups boiling water
1 package (8 serving size) Jello® Gelatin – any flavor
2 small boxes Jello® Gelatin – any flavor
1 cup cold milk
1 package (4 serving size) vanilla instant pudding mix/pie filling
Serving Description: 1 egg
Servings: 12
Container: plastic egg molds
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Directions for JELLO® JIGGLERS:

  • Spray insides of egg molds with cooking spray or wipe them with vegetable oil.
  • Close and snap molds tightly.
  • Place molds with hole end up on a tray.
  • Boil water.
  • Place gelatin mix in a medium bowl and pour boiling water into the bowl.
  • Stir until completely dissolved.
  • Pour liquid into a glass measuring cup that has a pour spout so that you can easily pour the liquid into the molds.
  • Fill each egg mold just to the top of the egg.
  • Refrigerate for at least 3 hours.
  • Any extra Jello® can be poured into a custard cup and when set up can be cut into small squares.
  • When eggs are set, gently open molds and the eggs should slide out. You may have to wiggle them gently until the come free.


  • Mix Jello® with boiling water as stated above.
  • Allow the liquid to cool in the bowl for 30 minutes at room temperature.
  • Meanwhile, pour milk into a medium bowl, add dry pudding mix.
  • Beat with a wire whisk for 1 minute.
  • After 30 minutes, add pudding to dissolved Jello® mixture.
  • Whisk together.
  • Pour into glass measuring cup with pour spout and fill the egg molds to the top.
  • Refrigerate for at least 3 hours.

Click Here to order the egg molds or call Kraft at 1-800-323-0768.  I have had my molds for over 10 years now, but like I said before, I did lose the recipe for a few years!

4 thoughts on “Make Jello Jigglers For Easter”

  1. I love this idea. My son and I enjoy doing crafts together and he loves cooking crafts and of course eating his creations. This will be a lot of fun to try with him. thanks for the idea!

    1. I have to watch my weight on a daily basis and these egg jigglers are great for me. I use Sugar Free Jello and according to weight watchers, these SF jello eggs are 0 points! So, when I need a snack, I just grab one of these from a ziploc bag in the fridge. Now I just need to get my son in the habit of making them for everyone. He loves to cook, so why not cook something that doesn\’t add alot of calories to our diet!

  2. Can I make jello jiggler eggs with suger free jello? There is much less jello in the sugar free boxes. Do you have the correct recipe. Thank you

    1. I checked back over the recipe and it doesn\’t say sugar free. I think you should use the regular jello once and the sugar free once just in case the sugar free doesn\’t set up as well. I wrote this post last year and haven\’t made these eggs in awhile. I\’d rather use sugar free too, I\’ll have to try it.

      Bobbie Anne

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