Edible Fish Bowl


I remember making this years and years ago for a friend’s children. It was pretty cool (I thought) so my kids and I thought we would make it again for some friends. It’s super easy and it’s fun to do!


What you will need:
* any kind of clear bowl. We used a fish bowl (clean, of course!)
* blue jello
* gummy fish
* candy rocks

Put a layer of candy rocks in the bottom of the bowl.

Make the Jello according to the package for Jello jigglers.

Cut the Jello into squares and layer the Jello and gummy fish. You can put as many layers as you would like depending on how much you would like.


It’s that simple!

Another way to do it…

Pour the candy rocks into the bowl. Make the Jello according to the package (regular Jello this time, not jigglers.) Pour half of the Jello over the rocks and place in the refrigerator to let the Jello set. Cut a small slice in the Jello and place a gummy fish in the Jello. Repeat as much as you would like. Pour more Jello over the top and put back into the refrigerator to set. Repeat until it’s as full as you would like.

Just a hint… I used chocolate rocks. I was going to make it by pouring the Jello over the rocks but the Jello dissolved the chocolate and it was a big, gross mess. So candy rocks are definitely best.

Eat and enjoy!

Today I am linking up with the following blogs: Come check out the other creations!
Sumo’s Sweet Stuff Market Yourself Monday
The Pumpkin Messy Monday
Miss Crafty Pants You’re So Crafty Monday
Making the World Cuter Monday
Keeping it Simple Motivate me Monday
It’s so Very Cheri
Spotlight Yourself Wednesday at Santa’s Gift Shoppe and Ideas
Letting Your Creative Juices Flow @ These Creative Juices
I Heart Naptime
Fingerprints on the Fridge

 

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Comments

  1. What a cool idea!! I think the kids and I will do this for sure. Thanks for linking to Messy Monday!!

    We made watermelon cookies on Saturday. My kids thought they were the best! I also love your new background.

  2. This is such a fun idea! I bet my nephew would love it!

  3. I have those chocolate rocks for cupcake “plants” – what a clever way to use them!

    ps. thanks for the blog luv! can’t wait to see your son’s bday party!

    Kim @ http://frostmeblog.blogspot.com
    party inspiration

  4. My kids would LOVE this. Thanks for the great idea!

    Lots of yummy love,
    Alex aka Ma What’s for Dinner
    http://www.mawhats4dinner.com

  5. What a cute idea. I bet the kids had a lot of fun making and eating this!

  6. Oh my goodness – what a truly darling idea! Thanks so much for sharing!

    I’m popping in to thank you for stopping by to comment on my bubble wrap crocodiles. I really appreciate it!

  7. You and the kiddos are so creative and clever. I know how much they love their projects and how proud they are of what they make.

  8. That is so fun and cute!

  9. so cool! There is a little boy at preschool whose mom waits with my 5 year old 2 days a week because I can’t get there until 15 minutes after pickup. I have a gift planned for mo but not the son – this looks PERFECT!!!

    thanks for stoppin by my pink saturday post
    CailinMarie
    http://cailinyates.blogspot.com

  10. Such a cute idea! Thanks for linking up!

    Becca

  11. This would be awesome in those tiny Beta Bowls… for “single” sized servings….

    I’ll have to do this with my girls this summer!

    Thanks for the idea!

    Gini FarnhamSoaps.com