Halloween Spider Jellies

Made with Fruit Bowl Peelers and Fruit Bowl's Yogurt Coated Raisins for edible googley eyes! A fun treat to make and tasty to eat too. 

Serves: 6 (depending on mould size)
Total cooking time: 15 minutes


• 1 pint of fruit juice (not from concentrate)

• 5 x 12g leaves of gelatin

• Individual, small jelly moulds

• A handful of mixed fruit

• 8 Packs (16g) Fruit Bowl Peelers

• 1 Bag of Fruit Bowl Yogurt Coated Raisins


1. Take a quarter of the fruit juice and gently heat in a pan with the gelatin leaves

2. Stir until dissolved

3. Once dissolved, slowly add the remaining fruit juice and stir

4. Take the moulds and place the fruit at the bottom

5. Pour the juice mix into the mould

6. Wait until cool, cover and place in the fridge over night

7. Just before serving, turn out the jellies onto a plate

8. Peel your peelers so you have 8 strips of each jelly

9. Push each strip into the jelly (4 on each side!)

10. Add yogurt coated raisins cut in half onto the top of the jelly to make your spider eyes


This recipe belongs to Fruit Bowl, you can find out more information, recipes and craft ideas from their website. The fruit Bowl range is also available to order from their online shop.

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