Jell-O was invented in 1897 and has continued to gain popularity as one of America’s favorite desserts ever since. According to Kraft Foods, the dessert became so popular that it was served as a welcome gift to immigrants at Ellis Island in the early 1900s. Today, Americans enjoy more than 150 different Jell-O products, including many sugar-free varieties. Health-conscious cooks can easily substitute sugar-free Jell-O in any recipe to cut back on the sugar and calories without sacrificing taste.
Things You'll Need
- Sugar-free Jell-O
Purchase the ingredients needed for the Jell-O recipe that you want to make.
Prepare the recipe as directed, substituting one box of sugar-free Jell-O for every box of regular Jell-O.
No other alterations to the recipe are needed.