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Orange lollies



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  • 5-6 oranges
  • 3 tablespoons gelatine, great lakes (red) or similiar brand
  • 2-4 tablespoons honey
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla

Recipe's preparation

  1. Add flesh of oranges to thermomix bowl and mix sp 9, 20secs.

    (If you prefer lollies to have no pulp you can squeeze the juice and strain instead).

  2. Cook
  3. Add gelatin, let seep into juice for a few minutes. Blitz 5 sec, sp 4.

  4. Heat 3 and half mins/60degrees/sp2, add honey and vanilla in last 30secs.  

  5. Mix 2sec, sp4.

  6. Spray moulds with cooking oil. Pour mixture into moulds.

  7. Refrigerate moulds, they will be set in 30mins-2hours.

  8. Store in the fridge


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Great healthy snack for lunchboxes

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  • Mine didnt set at all This was probably for a...

    Submitted by cookingdetails on 1. June 2017 - 20:43.

    Mine didn't set at all. This was probably for a couple of reasons. 1. I used mandarins instead of oranges, and used about 1 dozen. 2. The type of gelatine that you mentioned I didn't have, but I did have a different powered type. You didn't mention if it was dry powder or wet mix, so this was probably the main reason it didn't set after 2 hours. However, it will taste OK with some Greek yoghurt!!

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  • Hi these sound great,just

    Submitted by Paleo by choice on 14. December 2015 - 20:22.

    Hi these sound great,just wondering do I need to keep the lol lies in the fridge or can i leave them out. Will they melt like jellie or stay hard in lunch box please

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