Desserts

Honey Orange Jello

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Easy and pretty.

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3/4 tablespoon agar agar
4 oranges
1 teaspoon honey
If you want to use the oranges as jello container, trim the top of the oranges and squeeze out the juice by inserting a fork inside and twisting it. If you want to make the jello in separate containers, don’t worry about keeping the shape of the orange, just juice them any way you like. You should have at least more or less one cup of juice. Mix orange juice and honey, then add agar agar; put in a pot and stir over low heat until well mixed and sticky, about 3 to 5 minutes. Adjust the amount of water for desired texture. More water makes softer jello. Pour the liquid back to the orange shell (if you saved them), fill as many as you can, then pour the rest into other containers. Refrigerate until set. (Optional) Garnish with mint leaf, before or after refrigerating.
Nutritions

Calories
90

Sodium
2mg
0% DV

Fat
0.18g
0% DV

Protein
1g
3% DV

Carbs
22g
7% DV

Fiber
3g
14% DV

Rich, gooey and fudgy Chocolate Chess Pie is a favorite Southern dessert that's perfect for every occasion. Best of all, the easy pie recipe is ready for the oven with just 10 minutes of prep!

1 c sugar
3 T cornmeal
3 T unsweetened cocoa powder
Pinch salt
3 eggs
1/2 c salted butter
1/2 c light corn syrup
1 t vanilla extract
1 unbaked 9-inch pie crust
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  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. In a large bowl, whisk together sugar, cornmeal, cocoa and salt. Add eggs, melted butter, corn syrup and vanilla; mix well. Pour into unbaked pie crust.

  2. See the full directions on my site
Nutritions

Calories
364

Sodium
274mg
11% DV

Fat
24g
37% DV

Protein
2g
5% DV

Carbs
38g
12% DV

Fiber
1g
6% DV
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