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  • Catherine O

    Party food - orange slices with alcohol jelly.

  • Carrie Whitworth

    Cute idea too bad my daughter wont it jello! DIRECTIONS!!! READ THIS!!!! Cut oranges in 1/2 and hollow out (don't want any pulp left at all. Get it all the way to the white-ish part) Set hollowed orange halves, open side up, in something secure so they don't move around when the jello is in them (I used muffin pans; easy transportation, great to keep them where you want 'em =D) Prepare jello with 1/3 less water needed for recipe. Pour into orange halves Set in fridge and chill completely Take out of fridge, flip over onto cutting board (open side down so it's flat on the surface). Cut into slices, either halves again (1/4 of the whole) or into 3 slices. Make sure to use a really good serrated knife, and don't be really forceful with them, it's jello after all! =) And voila! You have jello orange slices! Option: I haven't done this personally, but I plan on trying this at some point.... Jello SHOT Slices! =D Oh yea, what a party that would be! But I don't recommend having both at a gathering where there will be kids... imagine the mix ups that could happen

  • Amanda Schutz-Mathis

    Rainbow jelly in oranges segments, great idea for kids birthday parties or turn it into jello shots got grown ups

  • Alicia Wood

    DIRECTIONS!!! READ THIS!!!! Cut oranges in 1/2 and hollow out (don't want any pulp left at all. Get it all the way to the white-ish part) Set hollowed orange halves, open side up, in something secure so they don't move around when the jello is in them (I used muffin pans; easy transportation, great to keep them where you want 'em =D) Prepare jello with 1/3 less water needed for recipe. Pour into orange halves Set in fridge and chill completely Take out of fridge, flip over onto cutting board (open side down so it's flat on the surface). Cut into slices, either halves again (1/4 of the whole) or into 3 slices. Make sure to use a really good serrated knife, and don't be really forceful with them, it's jello after all! =) And voila! You have jello orange slices! Also a great idea for a Jello Shooter if you know what I mean :)

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