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    Don't know how to link it cos its in a closed facebook group. Anyways, here's a (gross) recipe that I'm sure kids will love!

    Place a big bunch of straws in a glass and secure with an elastic band.

    Pour jelly into the straws.

    When jelly is set pour a little warm water to release the "worms" from the straws.

    Et Voila!.....Jelly worms

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    I saw that and suggested it to my lot... they thought it looked brilliant so we'll try it over the holidays!

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    gonna try that next week. Love it

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    Even I, the chief jelly hater of all time, will have to have a go at this with the gang next week!


    oh yes.....worms!!!
    The bats have left the bell tower.....

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    http://honeyyoubaked.com/2011/10/31/...lloween-treat/



    I found the recipe on this page, looks like fun!

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    euwk!

    might have to try them though

    xxx

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    Ooooo looks gross got to try that

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    My kids will love them,thank you

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    omg - the mindees would love it - I'll send the recipe home with them.

    No worms in this house - no pictures, plastic ones, jelly ones - none, ever! yuk disgusting things

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    Saw this on fb

    We are going to try it I will post pics

    Moved your thread by the way to here.

    Angel xx

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    LOL Excellent we will defo try this

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    Didnt see recipe on facebook.
    Glad I read this thread will certainly give it a go over the holidays

    Thanks for sharing

    Carol

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    Were doing mini beasts next month so will DEF be doing this. Thank you for sharing. xxx

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    Not on fb but have seen these. If you use bendy straws the worms even get the little segment lines ...gross!!

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    ooooh - we've got bendy straws!

    My friend and I are going to do it next week with the children. Then crumble up choccie biccies - dirt and worms

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    Love it, hate worms but love jelly. will definitely have to try this!!

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    Got to try that - thanks for sharing

    Miffy xx
    Keep smiling!

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    We tried it ... biggest jelly mess but couldn't get them out!! no idea what we did wrong but it was very funny

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    They look great, will have to try this idea!

 

 

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