7 Jello Recipes to Serve at Your New Year's Party ...

The holidays aren't over as soon as soon as Christmas is over. You still have to worry about New Year's Eve. If you're planning on having a party, then you need to buy the proper food items so that everyone's stomach is happy. Here are a few jello recipes that you might want to serve at your New Year's party:

1. Raindow "Broken Glass" Jello

You're going to need six different flavors of Jello for this recipe. Put each one into a separate container and add a cup of water to each one. After you stir the mixtures, you should store them in the fridge until they cool down. After that, you can start cutting them into pieces and then bind them together with another jello mixture.

2. Jello Gelatin Pinwheels

You shouldn't settle for creating any type of jello. You should create jello in an awesome shape that all of your guests will compliment you on. All you need to do is make the jello like you regularly would, except you're going to need to add marshmallows. Once you do that, you can put it in the fridge to cool. A few hours later, take that jello out of the fridge and roll it up.

3. Watermelon Jello

You're going to want to use lime jello for this dessert. You're also going to want to buy a melon and scoop out the inside, so that you can use the shell of it for your jello. After you make the jello, you should pour it inside of the melon and then place it in the fridge.

4. Watermelon Pops

For this recipe, you're going to need 1 cup of sugar, Jell-O Lime Jelly Powder, 2 cups of boiling water, 1 cup of cold water, Jell-O Strawberry Jelly Powder, 3 Tbsp. of Baker's Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips, 125 g of Cream Cheese, and 1-1/2 cups thawed Cool Whip Whipped Topping. Using those ingredients, you should follow the instructions in the video for an adorable treat that'll start the new year off with a bang.

5. Raspberry Jello Cake

Instead of making tiny pieces of jello for everyone to eat individually, you can make an entire raspberry cake. You can even top it with different fruits, so that it looks a little healthier than it actually is. After all, everyone will be talking about their resolution to get fit in 2016.

6. Frozen Kristoff Ice Cube Jelly

If little kids are coming to your New Year's Eve party, then you should make something just for them. This recipe will show you how to create cubes of jello that'll look just like the ice cubes that Kristoff carries around in the movie, Frozen. It doesn't matter if you get the reference, because all of the young children certainly will.

7. Caramel Apple Jello Shots

When adults see jello at your party, they're going to be hoping alcohol is contained inside. That's why you might want to make some jello shots for everyone of age to enjoy. Just make sure that the kids don't get ahold of them.

You want to ring in the new year the right way. That's why you should create some desserts that you're going to love. What are you planning on doing on New Year's Eve?