I want this

Jell-o Orange 1

Jell-o orange 2


Low calorie too!  Source: Find additional photos and recipe @ How to Make JELL-O Oranges by Amber Atizado.

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  1. One of your tags is the word “craving”…uh-huh, we know what’s going on here, Mr. Moobs. 🙂

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  2. Dude. Learn to love raw! Check out http://mindbodygreen.com for healthy treats you can live with…

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  3. Thats so cool!! Love Jell-O! I think its time to make some my special Jell-O candy 🙂

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  4. Pal, I may be waaayyy off base here, but I’m getting the distinct feeling that you’re a junk food junkie. May I humbly suggest instead some fresh sliced strawberries drizzled with 1/3 c. balsamic vinegar, 2 tsp sugar, and 1/2 tsp of fresh lemon juice. HEAVEN! Full. Stop. 😉

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  5. I love your pictures! How colorful.

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  6. and in case you do not want to be healthy–add some vodka

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  7. Reblogged this on Exercise the Positive and commented:
    This looks wonderful! I’ll probably tweak the gelatine recipe by lessening the sugar or using stevia, then adding a few cubes of fruit to increase the fiber content. I think my always-hungry brothers will like this very much!

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  8. I just read the comments and it seems that you’re being ganged up on. You open up a tiny bit and wham, they feed it right back to you on dagger tips. But you knew when you shared those tidbits, that women can be cruel, didn’t you?

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  9. Great idea

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  10. LaDona's Music Studio says:

    ummm … why not just eat the fresh fruit?

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  11. I almost leapt to your defense (with my typical vehemence) until you started in with the Bambi analogy. You’re on your own kiddo.

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  12. Orange sections are my favorite thing after a run. Filled with jello shots (no point in skipping the vodka!) I’m in!

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  13. This looks super fun for a party; stealing the idea – thanks, buddy!!

    MJ

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  14. you would like Indian food served on freshly cut banana leaves.

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  15. Why didn’t I think of it? 😉

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