Lemonade Jello



Ready In:

15 min prep time.  Chill overnight



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About this Recipe

By: Christina Hills

I loved Jello as a kid!  My mom use to make it for me in the 70’s all the time.  As an adult I still like Jello, but don’t want the added sugar.

So here is my recipe for home made lemonade jello.  I like to use honey instead of sugar, but if you prefer sugar or any other sweetener use what you prefer.

I bought the box of envelopes, but you can use a bigger box of Knox Gelatine and just measure it out.

salmon with tomatoes and olives

Here is the Recipe:

Lemonade Jello

easy to make jello with all natural ingredients
Prep Time15 minutes
Cook Time12 hours
Total Time1 day 15 minutes
Course: Dessert
Servings: 4 people


  • 3 whole lemons I prefer Meyer lemons
  • 4-5 tablespoons honey use more or less to taste
  • 2 packets Knox Gelatine Unflavored I get the packets type
  • 2 cups water divided this will be too much, but will be easier to measure


  • squeeze lemons and save some of the rind
  • in a pot put 1.5 cups of water, the lemon juice, and twist the rinds into the pot. Cook until warm/almost boiling
  • While the lemons/water is heating, put the 1/2 cup of water in a metal bowl and add the Knox Gelatin and stir till smoth
  • Add hot lemon juice/water to the bowl of gelatin and stir till disolved
  • pour into mold or glass baking pan and let chill overnight
  • cut into squares and serve

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