Jello-Cream Dessert



My husband loves jello. But a fluffy, sweet cream, layered with jello and fruit? That is his dream come true! Lol. He has always had a sweet tooth, but for some reason jello has always been his favorite dessert. So I am always on the look out for good jello ideas. I got the idea for this tasty dessert from my mom, when I first tried it at her house. This dessert is very easy to make and tastes really good. The cream on the bottom and Jello on top really compliment each other. I made this for my husband’s birthday because he likes jello even more then he likes cake. Everyone really enjoyed it!

Jello-Cream Dessert  {18-20}


  • 2 (8 oz) containers of Cool Whip, Thawed
  • 2 (8 oz) packs of Cream Cheese, Softened
  • 2 Tablespoons( Or 2 little packets) Unflavored Gelatin
  •  2 (6 oz) packs of Raspberry Jello (Or any Jello flavor you want)
  • 1 container of Strawberries
  • 1 container of blueberries                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          IMG_0469


1) Put the cream cheese in the bowl of a stand mixer. (Or if you do not have one, you can use a hand mixer) Mix it on medium speed (I did 6) for a few minutes until it is creamy. *I cut my cream cheese into little cubes because that way it mixes faster and spreads out in the bowl rather then being all in one big blob*



2) Fold in the Cool Whip. Mix it with a spoon to incorporate it into the cream cheese a little bit. Turn the mixer on again to Medium speed and let it mix for about 10 minutes until it is creamy and smooth.



3) Take a large glass baking pan, and put the cream in it. Use a spatula and butter knife to evenly spread it out on the bottom of the pan. Then cover it with foil (Or a cover if your pan comes with one) and refrigerate the cream for at least 45 minutes.


4) While your cream is in the fridge, Wash the strawberries and blueberries very well. Then cut your strawberries, removing the stem, into thin slices.


5) When the 45mins go by and your cream has stiffened up in the fridge, Make the 2 Tablespoons (or 2 little pouches) Of unflavored Gelatin according to the package instructions.

6) Carefully pour the Unflavored Gelatin on top of the cream, Making a thin, clear jello layer. Be careful not to get it into the cream. Pour it evenly over the entire top, Smoothing it with a spatula if you have to.*Pouring it slowly and not all in one spot is important because if you pour too fast or all of it in one spot then it will make dents in the cream*


7) When you are done pouring the Unflavored Gelatin evenly over the entire top of the cream, Cover it back up and put it back in the fridge until the Gelatin stiffs up. Since it will be a very thin layer, it won’t take too long to harden. I think I waited about an hour. * The reason you need to make this thin Gelatin layer is to separate the white cream and the raspberry jello, this way it stays neatly in it its place and the raspberry Jello does not fall through the delicate layer of the cream*

8) When you check the Gelatin and it stiffs up, Then make the Raspberry (or whatever flavor you are using) Jello according to the package instructions on the box.

9) Slowly pour the Jello on top of the Gelatin. Until you think that it is enough jello for the top. Don’t forget to leave a little extra room for the strawberries and blueberries. Put the strawberries and blueberries in the Jello liquid. Spread it out like how you want it to look when it stiffens up. Cover it and put it in the fridge.


10) Once it stiffens up, It is ready to eat! It will look beautiful with the bright color of the Jello and the fruit. Serve it in the tray and cut it into squares as you serve it.



8 thoughts

    • Yep, Looks like it is 🙂 And you can do other fruit too or different flavored jello. I have made this with blackberries, canned mandarins. This is a recipe you can get creative with.

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