Jello Oranges

a zesty surprise!
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Ingredients

Adjust Servings:
2 Oranges
1 package Jello
1 3/4 cups Water

Nutritional information

63
Calories
0.1g
Fat
0mg
Cholesterol
23mg
Sodium
15.3g
Carbohydrate
1.1g
Protein
Ingredients

Jello Oranges

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Jello Oranges will brighten up your April Fools day this year! This recipe is one of my favorite ones to make for the annual prankster’s holiday because it is so easy! And people love the illusion of these jello filled orange segments.

Start by halving some oranges and hollowing out the orange fruit. Ensure that only the peel is left. Make jello by following the package instructions. Pour the jello into the orange halves. The peel acts as a jello mould. Leave to set in the refrigerator. Serve once the jello has set!

To make Jello Oranges, you will need the following ingredients:

Ingridiens for Jello Oranges

Steps to make Jello Oranges

1
Done
1

Half oranges

Cut each of the oranges in half.

2
Done
6

Hollow out oranges

Hollow the orange halves using a spoon and knife. Make sure there aren’t any holes in the peel. Place the orange halves in a muffin tray.

3
Done
5

Make jello

Follow package directions to make jello.

4
Done
3

Fill oranges with jello

Pour jello into each orange half.

5
Done
60

Refrigerate

Place the oranges in the refrigerator until set.

6
Done

Serve

Slice and enjoy your family’s reaction!

Jello Oranges are an exciting way to trick your family this April Fools Day! Please remember to tag #CookMeRecipes in any of your April Fools posts this year!

Lilly is an enthusiastic and cheerful young mom. She knows as well as any parent that children can be really picky when it comes to food. And she’s had plenty of experience trying to cook meals that are both tasty and nutritious, and able to satisfy the tastes of a fussy kid right away! To save you some precious time, Lilly's going to share with you all the tricks she learned the hard way, so you don’t have to! She has a wealth of recipes for quick and easy meals for kids and families on a budget.

Recipe Reviews

Average Rating:
(4.9)
Total Reviews: 10
Brayleigh Prego

Cute little oranges gonna make them for my momma to trick her this year!

Raquel Strittmater

Perfect dessert for the kids, no mess to clean up after either and extremely afforadable, couldn't ask for a better idea.

Susanna Kulach

Very cool recipe, love the whole idea and how artsy it looks, super yummy too.

Giana Saah

Really happy this turned out just as it looks in the photos, cute as heck and delish.

Emiliana Borroel

Jello oranges is something I never even pictured before, but I'm glad I found it, going to be making this a lot more often because it's the most unique dessert i've ever seen.

Neveah Newhauser

Used orange jello instead to prank a friend and it worked! Happy about the recipe, thx for sharing.

Aiyanna Nau

Love it so much, this is the second most creative thing i've seen on this website besides the dirt cake and this one is easier to make!

Remington Ixcoy

Shared this idea with my entire class (I'm a teacher) and now they are all going to be making this and bringing it in on the last day of school :)

Flora Ollivier

Wow this took super duper long to make and wait for the jello. Tasty but honestly the time is just too much.

Athina

Delicious! Thanks for sharing recipe!

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