Hallowe’en Jellies

Happy Hallowe’en for yesterday everyone! This is a little belated as I was so busy yesterday, but I hope you like it anyway, little vegetarian spooky jellies :)

Veggie gelatin is pretty easy to get hold of, I just got mine from Sainsburys, but if you can’t find it have a look on Amazon, they’ll probably have some cheap! I love Hallowe’en so I really wanted to make something scary as my little tribute… I also went out last night with half a tonne of fake blood all over my face, so I definitely got into the spirit of things. Also me and my flatmates watched The Nightmare on Elm Street, so yeah. I enjoy this holiday.

I have some interesting and yet thoroughly non-vegan-related news for you, I’m starting a photography internship tomorrow, which is amazing! I’m so excited, and can’t wait to see how it goes, so I’ll let you know when I next post. I still have no idea what I want to do with my life, so I’m trying to do as much as I can to keep my options open, so hopefully this will mean the start of something pretty great :)

Jelly

Jelly

Ingredients

Vegetarian gelatin

Orange juice

Dark chocolate

Method

  1. Make up the veggie jelly according to the packet instructions, and then pour in enough orange juice to make half a pint.
  2. Pour it into moulds and leave it to set.
  3. Pipe some dark chocolate spider webs onto tin foil and put them in the fridge to harden, then top the jellies with them when they’re set!

Makes half a pint of jelly

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2 thoughts on “Hallowe’en Jellies

  1. These look and sound great! I’ve seen the vege gelatine in the shops loads of times so it makes me wonder why commercially produced items don’t use it. Sometimes I really miss the taste of fruit pastilles, jelly babies and the like, and I know vegetarian versions can be bought online, but they’re so expensive. You’ve inspired me! :)

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