Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 40 mins

I made this many years ago to take to a Childrens Christmas party and the kids loved them. I had forgotten all about it until I saw someone bring a plate along to a party this year. So I searched and found this recipe on the Aeroplane jelly site. I made mine with red jelly in some and green in others for Christmas colours and it looked so good against the orange.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Make up the jelly with the boiling water and allow to cool slightly.
  2. Slice the oranges in half through the ends. Scoop out a tablespoon of pulp from each orange half, and mix through the jelly.
  3. Arrange the orange halves facing up on a tray, and carefully fill with cooled jelly and pulp.
  4. Refrigerate until set, and then slice each half into wedges.
Most Helpful

4 5

So easy and a fantastic idea for kids parties!

5 5

I was looking through your recipes to tag one and my daughter seen gailanng's photo and wanted to make them! Since I had lots of oranges to use up, I tagged it! They were so easy to make, a child could help mixing the the water and crystals and then pouring the jelly into the orange "molds" (With the supervision of an adult). I was worried about the jelly, not holding when I sliced them into wedges, but it worked well with a sharp knife. I took the photo for the recipe, then place them into the fridge for desert. When I went back to the fridge to get them, they were all gone. Hubby and Little Miss (DD) confessed to eating them all up, so I didn't get to have a taste. Will have to make them again. Thanks Tisme for a fun kids recipe.

5 5

Made with grandson. He quipped, "These are funny for my tummy." He just may possibly become a great philosopher. Made for A/NZ Recipe Swap #34.