Do you know someone who loves Happy Hours or into a nice tall glass of icy beer? Who doesn’t, right? I guess most guys prefer a glass of beer over cocktails or red wine. Here’s a good prank you can play this April’s Fool: Apple Juice Jello in disguise as a glass of beer! If you haven’t done so, check out the video tutorial above. It’s super easy to prepare.
My Little Boy loves to play pranks! Mostly, they are pretty much harmless and give us some good laughs. On the other hand, I prefer jokes and other funny stuffs, but not quite into pranks. Guess my boy influenced me somehow with his little pranks!
I have to say, these little Apple Jello glasses look quite realistic as beer! Since there are only 2 ingredients in this recipe, please make sure to use good quality apple juice that you would also enjoy drinking. That will ensure these little treats taste delicious. I definitely love these refreshing apple juice jello a lot, especially when my kids can enjoy them too. Wish you all a fun and memorable April’s Fool Day! Stay cool…even though if someone plays a prank on you!
Ingredients and Tools used:
Mini 5 oz Mugs with Handles (Click here for more informatiion)
Unflavored Gelatin Powder (Click here for more informatiion)
Martinelli Apple Juice (Click here for more informatiion)
4 Cups Measuring Cup (Click here for more informatiion)
Egg Beater (Click here for more informatiion)
April’s Fool Recipe – Apple Juice Jello in Disguise as A Glass of Beer:
4 cups apple juice
4 teaspoons unflavored powdered gelatin
In a microwave safe bowl, place 1/2 cup apple juice and sprinkle gelatin powder on top. Give it a quick stir and let it rest for 5 to 10 minutes. Then, heat the mixture in the microwave for 30 seconds and stir well. Return to the microwave and heat for another 30 seconds or until the gelatin powder is completely melted.
Place the remaining 3 ½ cups of apple juice in a large measuring cup with a beaker. Pour in the gelatin mixture and continue to whisk until foamy.
Then, evenly divided into small beer mugs or serving glasses. Chill in the fridge for at least 4 hours, or until set. Enjoy!