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"Jellin'-Melon" Snacks

"Jellin'-Melon" Snacks recipe
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great recipe! the kids loved it. make sure you dry out the inside of the melon very well after you remove the seeds. we've also tried this with oranges and it works grea...read more
posted by
meliss6483
on 11/10/2010
time
prep:
15 min
total:
3 hr 30 min
servings
total:
8 servings
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posted:
5/12/2010
the halves become the "bowl" that used to chill the jello, it is sliced one jello has conjealed.Hope that helps
posted:
5/12/2010
Dear the reviewer who asked how did they get the jello in two different colors and how to keep them from mixing.....I believe they used two halfs. One with green jello and the other half with red jello. Once cut, they put slices of each on the plate.
posted:
5/12/2010
My "mac&cheese every meal" son asked for this for breakfast and for his lunchbox! It's a little tricky to slice into wedges thin enough to bite into as shown, so we cut the half in half lengthwise, then into half-inch pizza slice shaped wedges the other direction. One box of Berry Blue prepared as directed here filled half a large honeydew.
posted:
5/11/2010
Easy to make and the children loved it .Lovely dessert for the summer.
posted:
5/11/2010
This needs a video...I can't comprehend how you got different colors of jello and got it to stay in the melon half. Please get a video for this...the instructions don't make sense
posted:
5/11/2010
A GREAT treat to at a picnic! After thoroughly chilling, simply put the two melon halves together and wrap with plastic wrap before adding to your cooler. At the picnic, simply unwrap and slice. It's bright, refreshing, and the kids can eat it like watermelon, if they want to. FUN!
posted:
5/11/2010
These are so fun for the kids, and easy to make. Better alternative on a hot day to give them instead of ice cream. Fun, jiggly jello, with a serving of fruit. My kids love these. They go over great at parties, especially for people watching their weight. I've used the sugar free jello also, and they come out fantastic!
posted:
5/11/2010
This recipe is fun to make for the kids and fun to eat by the kids. My 3 loved it. I added some whip cream on them and they liked it even better.
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