Cantaloupe and Pineapple Jello Bundt - Day #18 of I Like Big Bundts

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Cantaloupe and Pineapple Jello Bundt - I Like Big Bundts
Cantaloupe and Pineapple Jello Bundt

My friend JustJenn visited Hawaii recently and brought me back some treats. No, not chocolate covered mac nuts like everyone else, but boxes of Island Pineapple Jello direct from Hawaii. Awesome. :)

Cantaloupe and Pineapple Jello Bundt - I Like Big Bundts
It's Day #18 of I Like Big Bundts!! Whoo hoo! We are getting closer to National Bundt Day on November 15th. I hope you enjoy a Bundt that day! :) I'm presenting 30 Bundts in 30 Days because I cannot lie, I Like Big Bundts!

Cantaloupe and Pineapple Jello Bundt - I Like Big Bundts
If you are new to this little blog, then I should tell you I have a thing for Jello... Broken Glass Jello, Layered Jello, Candy Corn Jello Bundt!

Cantaloupe and Pineapple Jello Bundt - I Like Big Bundts
This Bundt has FRUIT in it. Therefore, it is somehow in the food pyramid. The Food pyramid of delicious.

I Like Big Bundts
JustJenn is selling a line of Bundt related cards and buttons! So freaking cute! Visit her stationery site justJenn Designs...and check out cool stuff perfect for the holidays!

Cantaloupe and Pineapple Jello Bundt - I Like Big Bundts
I used a melon baller and "balled" up one cantaloupe. So, it's sorta like a tunnel of fruit, unlike my recent tunnel of egg.

Cantaloupe and Pineapple Jello Bundt - I Like Big Bundts
Come back tomorrow for another Bundt! I might have some special friends helping me...because I'm making desserts for my friend's wedding on Saturday. Dessert bar for 125 people may kill me, so I'm bringing in support! :) - mary the food librarian

2 small boxes of Island Pineapple Jello (or other flavor). 6 oz total.
2 envelopes of Knox gelatin
1 cantaloupe, balled (about 35 cantaloupe balls

1. Sprinkle Knox gelatin envelopes over 1/2 cup cold water (in large bowl).
2. After 5 minutes (to allow gelatin to bloom), add the Island Pineapple Jello to the bowl. Add 2 cups boiling water. Stir until dissolved.
3. Add 2 cups cold water and mix.
4. Chill the Jello until slightly thickened. Add to Jello mold along with fresh cantaloupe. Chill until completely set.
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Rebecca said... [Reply to comment]

Love this one -- so pretty! Good luck with all the baking.

Che-Cheh said... [Reply to comment]

Ohhh very pretty :)

Carolyn Jung said... [Reply to comment]

This is so cool! And better for you than a big ol' buttery, sugary cake.

Unknown said... [Reply to comment]

That is just awesome. I recently found Island Pineapple jello at my local supermarket and made jigglers for my kids with it. Yum!

Katrina said... [Reply to comment]

Ooh, that is so pretty and a neat idea for a bundt, Mary.

Damaris @Kitchen Corners said... [Reply to comment]

not sure how I feel about this but it is pretty and you do make the best bundts and the best jello.

Unknown said... [Reply to comment]

This is just to cool, how awesome would it be for a kid party!! or flavored with some alcohol too!

Mary said... [Reply to comment]

Totally awesome...I ddin't know they even had this flavor...have to make it soon....did you see the crushed pretzel strawberry jello mold from the new baked book? I am kind of intrigued...

Anonymous said... [Reply to comment]

That is a surprising bundt. Very need.

Sugar Swings said... [Reply to comment]

very creative!!! it must be hard to keep it going for a the variety....!!!


Montserrat said... [Reply to comment]

Very pretty Mary! Might try it one of these days!

Eliana said... [Reply to comment]

Ohhh - how fun! I think this is your most delightful looking bundt of all time :)

Y said... [Reply to comment]

Awesome! I love "I like big bundts" ! :)

Katie said... [Reply to comment]

Wow it looks stunning and what a great way of using a bundt tin

Jennie said... [Reply to comment]

Oh my, this is so pretty! I really love all your bundts. I made one today for work and thought of you!

Texan said... [Reply to comment]

I just stumbled onto your blog. I was searching for a recipe to use my greek yogurt and your Bundt recipe came up. Well anyway here I am 40 minutes later still looking at bundts and this one is just cuteness I tell you! Cuteness! Lots of possibilities with this!

Nutmeg Nanny said... [Reply to comment]

It's so pretty and old school!

The Cilantropist said... [Reply to comment]

Wow this is one beautiful bundt! I love that you balled the melon instead of cutting it into chunks, brings the whole thing together.

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