Star Wars: Jabba Jiggle

A review of Jabba Jiggle from The Star Wars Cookbook

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Jabba Jiggle

Jabba-The-Hutt_b5a08a70Can’t say I was terribly excited about making this recipe.  Jell-O has never really been my “thing.”  The texture is weird, and I never got into it, even as a kid.

While the kettle was boiling water, I poured the Jell-O package contents into a big mixing bowl and drained the juice out of a can of mandarin orange slices and crushed pineapple.  I also rinsed the grapes and measured out how many were needed.

Once the kettle started whistling, the boiling water was poured over the Jell-O sugar contents and mixed thoroughly.

Cold water was added next, followed by the canned mandarin orange, canned crushed pineapple, and fresh grapes.

I didn’t have a large glass bowl to put the Jell-O in, so instead I poured it into individual bowls before letting it sit in the fridge for a couple of hours.


Taste: 7/10

I really don’t like the texture of Jell-O, and the fruit chunks made the texture even worse, so I had a hard time getting this down.  That being said, the flavor wasn’t terrible, though it was too artificially sweet for me.20180916_135226

Difficulty: Easy

None of the steps are difficult for this recipe.  Mostly it’s just combining and mixing ingredients, though there is measuring, draining, and boiling involved.

Cost: Average

You’ll need to purchase lime Jell-O mix, a can of mandarin orange segments, a can of crushed pineapple, and seedless grapes.

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