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Stained Glass Window Cake

Recipe Description
Makes 10-12 servings. Approximately 1 gram of
carbohydrate per serving.​
Preparation Steps:
My Mom's a diabetic. I made this for her birthday cake
and she fell in love with jello all over again.​
Level of Difficulty:
Time Needed:
1 sm pkg Sugar Free
Jell-O: Red (Cherry,
Strawberry, etc.)
1 sm pkg Sugar Free
Jell-O: Orange
1 sm pkg Sugar Free
Jell-O: Lime
1 sm pkg Sugar Free
Jell-O: Lemon
2 cups heavy
whipping cream
3 Packets Splenda
4 cups boiling water
1 1/2 cups cold
Stained Glass Window Cake

Prepare the red, orange and lime Jell-O separately,
disolving each in 1 cup boiling water and adding 1/2
cup cold water in each. Pour each flavor into
separate pans (loaf pans or small square baking
pans.) Chill until firm — about 3 hours. Meanwhile,
whip the heavy cream with Splenda until you have
stiff peaks. Cover and refrigerate.

After Jell-O squares are firm, prepare the lemon Jell-
O with 1 Cup boiling water and let chill until slightly
thickened (about 1 hour.) Remove red, orange and
lime Jell-Os from refrigerator and using a butter
knife, slice into approximate 1/2 inch cubes. Using a
rubber spatula, loosen from pans into a large mixing
bowl and set aside.

Carefully blend the lemon Jell-O with whipped cream
in a large bowl. Fold the Jell-O cubes into this
mixture and pour into a springform pan to chill
overnight or until firm. To serve, carefully remove
outer ring of springform pan and cut into slices.

Lots of prep-time, but an elegant dessert to serve
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