Boil water to make tea.
Place ¼ COLD pomegranate juice in bowl and sprinkle over your grass-fed gelatin over the top, evenly. Just leave it sit and then when it starts to thicken up stir well to mix.
In the meantime, Place your hibiscus tea bag or loose-leaf tea and steep in 1 cup hot water for about 5 minutes. Remove tea bag or loose-leaf hibiscus flowers from your cup. Add honey to taste. (FYI- hibiscus flowers can leave a blue/pink stain on your countertops so be sure to use paper towels underneath. Usually a little bleach water will help it come right out)
Slowly add the hot sweetened hibiscus tea into the bloomed gelatin and stir until all dissolved. Then add the other ¾ cup cold pomegranate juice in and stir well.
Spray a little cooking spray on your molds so they do not stick, especially if they have a lot of grooves. Gently pour the liquid jello gelatin into the molds or 8 x 8 pan. (If using a silicone mold, be sure to place this on a baking sheet BEFORE you pour in your jello gelatin mixture into the mold. You can thank us later)
Refrigerate the heart molds or 8 x 8 inch pan with gelatin for at least 3 hours or until firmly set.
Silicone Molds: Remove heart happy jello molds from fridge and place in a shallow dish of warm water to help them unstick- about 2 minutes. Carefully push on the underside of the silicone mold and push out the heart-shaped jello jigglers.
Cookie Cutter Method: If you used a 8 x 8 inch pan then you can now use cookie cutters or hand cut into shapes and blocks, use a spatula warmed in water to remove from bottom of pan. Be very gentle so they do not tear.
Play with your food. Make it wiggle, jiggle and dance then pop it in your mouth. Valentine's Day Jello Jigglers are firm and made with less water than traditional jello, so you can eat it with your fingers. Enjoy the cool, refreshing and sweet taste of this childhood nostalgic favorite.