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  • Serves 8
  • 5 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 4 Ingredients

94 Comments

Great for kids parties!


Ingredients (serves 8)

  • 1 packet Aeroplane jelly
  • 220 mls hot water
  • 200 mls cold water
  • 1 Lego man mould

Method

  1. Prepare jelly as on packet, I use 30ml less of hot water, stir until all crystals are gone, add cold water and put in fridge to set.
  2. Once jelly has set, to get the jelly out of the mould I put hot water into the sink and put the mould in and allow to float in water, I check about every 30 seconds to check it was releasing from the mould.
  3. Take out of the water, place the plate (you wish to serve it on) on top of the mould, then flip over. Give the mould a few little taps, jelly will come out easily :)

Notes

I used a 25cm Lego man mould. But you can use any sort of mould you like, the bigger it is you will need more jelly packets.

  • Great idea

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  • Great idea, should probably serve it on top of a dish filled with ice to stop from melting. Tropical QLD problem for us is jelly melting very quickly out of the fridge

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  • Love the Lego Man we did a dinosaur one recently.

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  • This is such a great birthday party idea. I think it would be great for a girl as well as a boy.

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  • Everyone loves jelly! And the molds you can get nowadays is amazing.

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  • Such a brilliant idea it would be great for a boys birthday treat or take it into his class at school for his birthday.

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  • How sweet!

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  • WHAT A GREAT IDEA MADE ME WAMT TO LOOK FOR A LEGGO MOULD AND OTHER CHILDRENS FAVOURITE TOY MOULDS, kIDS MORE LIKELY TO EAT IT AND JELLY PERFECT FOOD FOR SORE THROUTS OR TUMMY DISORDERS EVEN CAME TO IDEA OF DILUTING VITAMIN C TABLET FOR PART OF THE MAKING OF JELLY.. eVEN FOR BIGGER BABIES HA

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  • This would be such a hit at parties. Awesome! Thanks for sharing!

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  • Where is the best place to get a Lego Man Mould? Would love to make this for my husband who is a big Lego fan


    • Yeah I’d like to know where to buy one too. I’ve seen other recipes and craft activities using Lego man moulds but haven’t seen them in any shop.

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  • too cute love this sucker

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  • Jelly is always a favourite with kids.

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  • Yummy love to try this

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  • we get moulds in these shapes ?? wowww classy !

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  • Absolutely love this! I’ll definitely make this with my son.

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