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3. Divide dough into 4 sections. And add 2 to 3 tablespoons of jello onto each section.
I didn't feel like kneading it into the dough, so i used the mixer which proly took longer then kneading it with my hands! :) 
You may want to add a few drops of food coloring to make the dough more vibrant. I only added food coloring to the orange and blue.
And the other thing you can do if you dont have food coloring is add more jello and it does help some.!
Um mine did not turn out so well the batter like turned into sand
i'm sorry but... what is jello?
<p>it is a brand name for flavored jello</p>
I made them and they are amazing!!!
<p>can you just use the flat beater from the start, or will that not work?</p>
<p>looking tasty yum</p>
<p>in love with the colors! </p>
These taste like a sugar cookie infused with fruit flavor lifesaver favors.
Can you substitute margarine for the butter? I'm lactose intolerant, so I try to avoid milk-based products like the plague.
I use Butter flavored Crisco for most all my cookies &amp; it works like a charm!
yea, I'm sure you can. Butter and margarine are allot the same so i think it would work fine..
Just made them, but flippin hell they are sweet. I think you can leave out half of all the sugar because of the jelly...
Anyone try it? I wanna know if they taste good or not. <br>
They taste like the flavor of the jello.... but I'm not sure how to explain it exactly. <br>There good, you should try them.!
Jello and Cookies in the same phrase? I'm so in! :D They must taste like heaven!
Love It! :)
gracias!! ;)
Beautiful! Very well done, &amp; great pictures!
thank you! :)

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