Gatorade Jello Squares

Gatorade Jello Squares...perfect for half-time snacks at kids sporting events!

These Gatorade Jello Squares are the perfect half-time or end of game treat for your kid’s sports team! Use any flavor Gatorade or Jello…or mix and match and create your own favorite flavor! Just Jello and Gatorade!

Hey friends! I’m popping in today with the most obvious “recipe” of all time.

Actually it’s obvious maybe to the rest of the world except me…let me start at the beginning…

I have this friend, we’ll call her “Sheryl”, just for the heck of it.

MY OTHER RECIPES

Anyhow, my friend, “Sheryl” doesn’t like to cook at all. In fact when you mention kitchen things she visibly cringes.

BUT, while she’s not a cook, she’s a fairly smart person.

We’ll say fairly smart, because we don’t want her to get too cocky…

And although she doesn’t cook so much, she happens to be my kid’s favorite “Half-time snack bringer” to soccer games.

Because she makes these Gatorade Jello Squares that the kids go nuts for.

 

So today we are going to virtually high-five “Sheryl” and tell her good call on the Gatorade Jello Squares.

Now, let me steal her idea.

Gatorade Jello Squares. The perfect refreshing half-time or end of game treat for kids!

These Jello squares are so totally easy.

My kiddo was so excited I was making these he wanted to help.

First just pick your flavor Gatorade and measure it out…

Gatorade for Jello Squares

You could use any flavor you prefer with any Jello flavor you like. Totally customizable!

Anyhow, heat the Gatorade up until is just starts to boil…

Heating the Gatorade

Grab your Jello…

Jello

Pour it into the hot Gatorade…

Adding the Jello to the Gatorade

And then stir it for 3 minutes to dissolve completely.

Kiddo stirring the Jello

Pour that into a 9×13 pan…

Ready for the fridge!

And chill it!

I made Red, Green and Purple squares so the kids all had options!

So easy.

Gatorade Jello Sqaures! Perfect treat for kids after their sports...use any flavor combo you like! Just Gatorade and Jello!

Your kids will for SURE love these!

And yes, before you ask, My friend, “Sheryl” told me these can totally be made with low sugar Gatorade and Sugar free jello!

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Gatorade Jello Squares

  • Author: Cookies & Cups

Description

makes 30 squares


Ingredients

  • 2 1/2 cups Gatorade (any flavor)
  • 4 (3 oz) pkgs Jello (any flavor)

Instructions

  1. Heat Gatorade to just boiling in a medium pot.
  2. Remove from heat.
  3. Stir in Jello packages, and continue stirring for 3 minutes. Pour mixture into a 9×13 rectangular baking dish.
  4. Chill for at least 3 hours.
  5. Cut into squares and remove from pan using a spatula.
  6. You can also place dish in warm water to help release the Jello from pan.

Notes

Store airtight in refrigerator for up to a week.
Recipe lightly adapted from Jello

 

21 Responses

  1. I haven’t had jello blocks like this in ages (jello shots yes, LOL but not like this). They’d be perfect b/c I just ran a half marathon over the weekend and am running so much lately with lots of races coming up & gatorade always hits the spot. Perfect & pinned!

  2. Amy

    Just wondering…did you spray the dish with cooking spray before you added the mixture or did they release ok without it? Thanks!! 🙂

  3. Very cool site, very cool recipes. You can easily do the same thing for diabetics or gluten. Thank’s a lot.

    Do you have any recipes for mint dessert? I love fancy desserts especially with mint flavor.

  4. You know, some times people who don’t cook have the best recipes! I can totally see why the kids go nuts for these. As a food blogger, I’m wondering how hard they were to photograph! You made them look great!

  5. jennifer

    Love the idea, but how do you ‘serve’ them? I am thinking for mid-game snack, these are perfect. But with so little time, how do you dole out to each child? Small plastic cups? Ideas??

    1. Shelly

      I just cut them into squares and put them all in a zip flat tupperware. I let the kids grab out. But if you’re opposed to that with all the germs floating around these days you could easily put them in portioned out ziptop bags!

      1. Jennifer

        Thanks Shelly! I’m going to put them in individual plastic tumblers. But the larger question I have is that the gatorade to jello ratio seems off. I have 2 large jello packages (which is like 4 small ones). Each package normally calls for 4 cups (or 8 cups for both packages) of water, so I’m worried that 2.5 cups of Gatorade is not enough for the whole recipe. What am I not seeing here? (hoping to do these for our championship game tomorrow!)

        Thanks so much!
        Jennifer

  6. Angie

    Thank you for this great idea! I have made lime, orange, strawberry, and fruit punch. The softball team enjoyed them very much!!!

  7. Denia

    This is a perfect idea for a soccer half-time snack! Can’t wait to try it! Just one question, how did you package them for easy distribution?

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