Am I dreaming or was there really ever a recipe to make a sherbet using jello. If I am not dreaming could you please send me a copy of it.
Thanks so much! C.A.

Jell-O sherbet may sound like the stuff of dreams, but be assured that it's one we can obtain in this world! Keep reaching for your dreams! They may not all be as easy as Jell-O Sherbet, but some might even be more rewarding! (That's hard to imagine, though. :^)

Here's the recipe for:

Jell-O Milk Sherbet
1 package (3 ox.) Jell-O Orange, Black Cherry, or Black
   Raspberry Gelatin
Dash of salt
1/2 cup sugar
1 cup boiling water
2 cups milk (*)

(*) or use 1 cup evaporated milk and 1 cup water.

Dissolve Jell-O gelatin, salt, and sugar in boiling water.  Chill
until slightly syrupy.  Then gradually add milk, stirring contantly.
Pour into an 8-inch square pan or freezing tray of automatic
refrigerator, setting control for fastest freezing.

Freeze until firm about 1/2 inch around edges -- about 1 hour.
Then pour into a chilled bowl and beat with rotary beater
until fluffy.  Regurn to pan; freeze until firm -- 4 to 5
hours.  Makes 3 1/2 cups, or 6 servings.

Orange-Pinapple Sherbet variation:  Prepare Milk Sherbet,
using Jell-O Orange-pineapple Gelatin and substituting 2 cups
pineapple juice for the milk.

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