Jack-o'-lantern Orange Jello Cups

Celebrate Halloween with these fun and tasty Jack-o'-lantern Orange Jello Cups! Free printable Jack-o'-lantern topper and option to make them into adult jello shots too!


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Jello always reminds me of my childhood. We had it at every potluck or holiday and all of us kids absolutely loved it!

Today's orange Jello cups with whipped cream and sprinkles are absolutely perfect for Halloween! I'm offering a free printable Jack o lantern topper that you can assemble with toothpicks, glue or tape to top off your cups with.


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In the recipe notes, you'll also find the option to add rum if you want some adult Jello shots. We use the larger cups for the kids version, and the smaller cups for the adult Jello shots.

These Jello cups are great for party or celebration and are so simple to make! Use whipped topping or freshly whipped cream and any Halloween sprinkles you have! You can even change up the flavor of Jello and sprinkles and make them for any holiday or special occasion.


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What are the ingredients in this recipe?


  • orange Jello
  • water
  • hot water
  • whipped cream for topping
  • confetti sprinkles for topping


Scroll down to the printable recipe card for measurements and instructions!


Recipe tips:


  • You can use two different sized cups for this recipe. 7 cups for 5.5 ounce size for kids version or 14 cups for 2 ounce size for alcoholic shots.
  • If you'd like to make these into alcoholic jello shots, replace 1 cup rum for 1 cup regular temp water (not the hot).
  • Click here for the free printable jack o lantern topper. Cut, and glue or tape a toothpick onto the back of each one.


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Yield 7 servings
Author Sweet Hazel Honey
Prep time
20 Min
Inactive time
8 Hour
Total time
8 H & 20 M

Jack-o'-lantern Orange Jello Cups

Ingredients

  • 1 - 6 ounce box orange Jello
  • 2 cups water
  • 2 cups hot water
  • whipped cream for topping
  • confetti sprinkles for topping
  • printable jack o lantern toppers

Instructions

  1. Make the jello as directed on package and pour into cups.
  2. Place the jello in the fridge for up to 8 hours or until set. Once jell-o is set move to the next step.
  3. Fill the top of each cup with a little whipped cream. Sprinkle the top with sprinkles. Place the printable topper into the jell-o.
  4. Serve cold!

Notes

You can use two different sized cups for this recipe. 7 cups for 5.5 ounce size for kids version or 14 cups for 2 ounce size for alcoholic shots.


If you'd like to make these into alcoholic jello shots, replace 1 cup rum for 1 cup regular temp water (not the hot).


Click here for the free printable jack o lantern topper. Cut, and glue or tape a toothpick onto the back of each one.

Nutrition Facts

Calories

117.19

Fat

6.21

Sat. Fat

0.07

Carbs

14.6

Fiber

0

Net carbs

14.17

Sugar

13.5

Protein

1.54

Sodium

72.81

Cholesterol

0

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