Cool Rainbow Summer Treats

Rainbow Squares…. Stained Glass…. Whatever you call them they’re always a hit! These treats are easy to make but by no means quick! It takes about 4 hours because each layer has to individually set in the fridge before adding the next layer- so put a movie on and have a timer ready!


A smaller size box of each color Jell-O you want (you don’t have to do rainbow!)

Unflavored Gelatin (one box contains 4 packets which is plenty )

2 cans of Sweet condensed Milk- (14oz each)

13×9” pan


Make your bottom layer. If doing the rainbow start with purple. Add the whole pack of purple Jello-O to 1 cup of boiling water and add 1 teaspoon of unflavored gelatin. Stir until dissolved and pour into a 13×9” pan chill for 30 minutes.

While that’s setting in the fridge begin the white layer so it’s somewhat cool when you pour it. Mix 2 teaspoons of unflavored gelatin into boiling water the. Add half the can of condensed milk (about 7oz). Stir until it’s all smooth and dissolved. This will make two batches. Pour half of this onto the first layer. Let set in fridge for 30 minutes and begin the next layer (blue). Repeat with each color!

I recommend you let the final product set for an hour before cutting and serving. I used individual cupcake forms but you can pile them all onto a plate as well! Enjoy!


Published by Boho Mod Blog

Marianne and Robbie are a couple of DIY'ers that love sharing what they do to their new house. Robbie has his masters in Fabrication from RIT and Marianne is a comedian and radio show personality who obsessively reads blogs and watches tutorials on DIY home renovation projects. Together they're a creative SUPER TEAM! With a focus on Bohemian and Mid Century Modern decor they always try to add some fun and whimsy to their creations. They also want to encourage people to think outside the box and try things on your own! Join them in their journey!

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