December 7, 2017
3 large oranges
1 packet fruit flavoured jelly
Coloured paper cut into sail shapes
Cut the oranges in half and squeeze out the juice, taking care not to pierce the skins and scrape out the insides of the oranges.
Make up the jelly according to the packet instructions.
Place the orange shells onto a baking sheet and pour in the jelly mixture, making sure they are full to the top and level. Refrigerate until set.
Once set cut the orange halves in half again. Pierce the paper sails with a cocktail stick top 10 celebrities with herpes and attach a sail to each jelly.
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