Lowcarbman's Creamy Jello: zap 1 cup water in the microwave stir in 2 packets Knox Gelatine (0 carbs) stir in 1 packet KoolAid (many great flavors, pink lemonade is my favorite - 0 carbs) add 2 cups cool water stir in 1/3 cup DaVinci Vanilla Syrup (0 carbs) stir in 1/4 tsp Stevia (liquid or powder or 1 cup equivalent sweetener, 0 carbs) stir in 2/3 cup heavy cream (4 carbs) cool 2 hrs, mix up again (cream tends to rise to the top) This makes 4 cups of creamy jello and best of all, NO ASPARTAME. ----- 1 packet unflavored gelatin 1/4 cup boiling water 1 12-oz. can of sugar-free soda Sprinkle gelatin over water in small saucepan. When softened, stir over low heat until gelatin is dissolved. Remove from heat and add soda. Pour into 2-cup bowl and refrigerate until set. I've done this with cola and added a little DaVinci chocolate... fizzy chocolate jello! I've also done it with root beer... add a little whipped cream, and you've got a jello root beer float! The flavor settles to the bottom a little if you put it all in one bowl... a stir about half way through would probably take care of it. Or try setting it in individual servings. ----- Gelatin ala DaVinci from LowCarbLuxury Combine in a shallow dish: · 2/3 cup water · 2 packages Knox unflavored gelatine Stir to mix. Allow to sit for 5 minutes. Combine in a large measuring cup or small bowl: · 1 cup DaVinci Gourmet Sugarfree Splenda sweetened syrup (pick your flavor!) · 1 cup water · 1/2 teaspoon lemon juice Microwave until almost boiling. Pour hot syrup mix into softening gelatine and stir well. Place syrup/gelatine mixture in microwave and heat an additional 2 to 3 minutes. Remove from microwave and stir well, being careful to stir all the way to the bottom of the bowl. Repeat heating and stirring for 5 to 8 minutes (until ingredients are completely mixed.) Add lemon juice and stir again. Allow to cool until it reaches room temperature. Refrigerate for 6 to 8 hours. Enjoy! Finished gelatine will be less "clear" than commercial Jell-O Brand. Feel free to boost colors when using syrups that are not heavily colored, with plain liquid food coloring.