That's not actually how the joke goes, it is supposed to be "pick up the phone and say yellow," but I needed a jell-o related title.
So here's the down low on the competition. We decided to try a layered jello, but with a spin. First we (read I) tried it in this awesome castle bundt cake pan my sister-in-law gave us for our wedding, inspired by this. Here's how it turned out.
Somehow the layers didn't stick together, so there was some structural failure. I got it into my head that if I just used a regular bundt pan I wouldn't have this problem, so that was what we ended up doing. I hoped it would turn out like this.
If you've made layered jell-o, you know that it takes FOREVER, because the previous layer has to be completely set before the next one is poured, or else it will be a disaster. I seriously have been making jell-o for two whole days. I would be fine if I never had to see jell-o again.
Anyway, this is the recipe I used, for the "cream" layer. Now, I'm going to leave you in suspense as to the rest, mostly because I need A's bro to email me the pictures he took! (Hint, hint...)