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A fun and tasty Halloween treat!

Prep Time20 minsCook Time3 hrsTotal Time3 hrs 20 mins

Ingredients
 1 ½ cups Organic or Freshly Juiced Fruit Juice of Choice (such as grape, pineapple, orange or a mix of orange and pineapple)
 ¼ cup Cool Water
 ¼ cup Hot Water (almost boiling)
 1 tbsp Vital Proteins Gelatin (green lid)
Optional Ingredients
 2 cups Fresh Fruit (pineapple, strawberries, blueberries are yummy)

Ingredients
1

Take oranges, cut off the top section, and scoop out the flesh (you can then toss that into a smoothie). Then carve ‘jack-o-lantern’ faces into the oranges.

2

Pour the cool water in a large mixing cup or quart sized mason jar and add the gelatin powder. Stir briskly until mixed- it will start to thicken a lot.

3

Add the ¼ cup of really hot water and stir to mix- it should be thinner now.

4

Combine this with the juice and mix well.

5

Put the fruit into the container that you are going to make the jello in. Pour the jello mixture over the fruit and stir lightly to make sure it has coated the fruit too. (optional) 8×8 baking dishes work well.

6

Put in the fridge, covered, for at least 2-3 hours or overnight and serve.

7

Cut into cubes or scoop out with a melon spoon to make cute shapes. Place in ‘jack-o-lantern’ oranges. Serve!

Additional Notes:

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Ingredients

Ingredients
 1 ½ cups Organic or Freshly Juiced Fruit Juice of Choice (such as grape, pineapple, orange or a mix of orange and pineapple)
 ¼ cup Cool Water
 ¼ cup Hot Water (almost boiling)
 1 tbsp Vital Proteins Gelatin (green lid)
Optional Ingredients
 2 cups Fresh Fruit (pineapple, strawberries, blueberries are yummy)

Directions

Ingredients
1

Take oranges, cut off the top section, and scoop out the flesh (you can then toss that into a smoothie). Then carve ‘jack-o-lantern’ faces into the oranges.

2

Pour the cool water in a large mixing cup or quart sized mason jar and add the gelatin powder. Stir briskly until mixed- it will start to thicken a lot.

3

Add the ¼ cup of really hot water and stir to mix- it should be thinner now.

4

Combine this with the juice and mix well.

5

Put the fruit into the container that you are going to make the jello in. Pour the jello mixture over the fruit and stir lightly to make sure it has coated the fruit too. (optional) 8×8 baking dishes work well.

6

Put in the fridge, covered, for at least 2-3 hours or overnight and serve.

7

Cut into cubes or scoop out with a melon spoon to make cute shapes. Place in ‘jack-o-lantern’ oranges. Serve!

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