A SECRET WEAPON for those of you with bariatric surgery who have a sugar jones or sweet tooth!

I have not intentionally had any real sugar since my bariatric surgery in 2001. That’s a long time. I use sugar free desserts to stop myself from flying off the rails BEFORE it happens. I would have NEVER been able to have gone this long without these Sugar Free Jigglers! They are so good and have some CHEW to them. If you are a post op that feels everything is TOO SWEET, use 2 packages sugar free JELL-O and 2 envelopes KNOX UNFLAVORED GELATIN to cut down on the sweet. I like using all flavored. TRY THESE… they are so good and I believe they are almost calorie free.

Sugar Free Jello Jigglers

2 1/2 cups boiling water (Do not add cold water)
Two, 8 serving size boxes of Sugar Free JELL-O Gelatin, any flavor
or Four, 4 serving size boxes

Stir boiling water into dry gelatin mix in large bowl. Take your time and keep stirring until completely dissolved. Pour into a 13 x 9 inch pan that has been lightly coated with vegetable cooking spray.

Refrigerate at least 3 hours or until firm.

Cut into 8 strips across and 12 long and lift squares from pan. Store in a rubbermaid container in the fridge.

NOTE: Sometimes I get all fancy pants and use cutters to make shapes like I did below, but more often I cut them into squares. I am tired. Lol.


Sugar Free Jello Jigglers

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5 thoughts on “Sugar Free JIGGLERS! Silence YOUR sugar jones.

  1. shirley foley says:

    I have tried your back on track and I’m wondering if just drinking your protein powder drinks would be enough vs a protein powder replacement meal powder. PLEASE HELP!!!!!!

    • Susan Maria Leach says:

      Shirley, in my opinion, protein meal replacements are baloney. They taste awful and don’t have the right forms of vitamins and minerals for us to absorb. Take a good vitamin like Joirney and use great tasting Inspire protein powder!

  2. alwynorma47 says:

    the only problem I have with the recipes is there are no measurement size and nutritional facts on any of the recipes I have printed off to try. I have to watch my intake. I am trying to get back on track after 3 years due to many family problems. I have a kidney disease and a liver disorder.
    I am gaining weight instead of reseting my pouch.

    Norma Yeakle

    • Susan Maria Leach says:

      Hello Norma, Members sometimes ask us why we don’t publish nutrition information with our recipes. We believe that if you’re eating primarily whole, healthy foods-an array of sustainably raised vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds, beans, meats, fish, eggs and healthy fats – you probably don’t need to stress about the numbers. Eat protein first and focus on good choices. We prefer to focus on food quality and trust our pouch to tell us what we need.

      There are also variations in availability of ingredients and size of portions that post ops are able to consume – which makes it important for us to calculate our own recipe nutrition stats.

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