Fruit Juice Knox Blox

Wednesday, August 12, 2015
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Remember Knox blox from childhood? I remember being totally in awe of this colorful, wiggly magic gelatine that you could eat with your hands. The version from my youth was made with sugary packaged junk but I just discovered that you can make this super fun dessert with fruit juice! While juice is still high in sugar, at least it's the natural variety (if you choose a 100% juice option) and I feel better making a sweet treat for my son without processed refined sugar and artificial dyes. Additionally, some juices do provide vitamins so the calories aren't completely empty.

I stole this recipe right from the Knox ® Gelatine box but I quartered it. I only have one kid and he certainly doesn't need the 42 servings that the full recipe yields. We made these together, which I angled as a science experiment and cooking lesson. Fun and delicious.

Fruit Juice Knox Blox

1 cup fruit juice (any variety will work but choose one that is sweet - apple or grape work well, or our fave Trader Joes Cherry Cider)
1 envelope Knox ® Unflavored Gelatine

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1. Bring 3/4 of a cup of juice to a boil in a small saucepan.

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2. While that is heating, pour the remaining juice into a small bowl or measuring cup and sprinkle the gelatine on top. Let stand one minute.

3. Add the hot juice to the softened gelatine and stir until completely dissolved.

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4. Pour into a glass or metal container (I used a 7x5" glass storage container) and refrigerate for 3 hours or until firm.

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5. Cut your blox into 1" squares or use cookie cutters to create fun shapes!

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