Frog in a Pond

Close up of a clear glass cup with fluted edge filled with set green jelly, a chocolate frog partially submerged at the rim.
Recipe Origin Australia
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Servings 4
Preparation 10 min 00:10
Cook N/A
Ready in 2 hours10 min 02:10
Difficulty Beginner
Cooking Method Chill
Ingredients Chocolate
Equipment Cooler
Recipe Type Dessert
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Close up of a clear glass cup with fluted edge filled with set green jelly, a chocolate frog partially submerged at the rim.

Frog in a Pond

This was a special treat when I was little, and is now a popular dessert for my kids. It’s pretty simple, really: Freddo Frogs in green jelly.

It is great made up in disposable cups for kids when camping, and you can tease them all day that ‘we are having frogs for dinner’.

Simple really, but don’t forget to use sugar free jelly if you don’t want a very active post dessert rush.

Ingredients

4 Freddo Frogs

1 packet green jelly

Equipment

4 disposable cups

Recipe Directions

  1. Make the green jelly in a large bowl to packet specifications.

  2. Place the frogs in four disposable cups as desired (some people like the frog on the bottom, where as I like to wedge them up so their heads are sticking out).

  3. When the jelly is cool, pour it evenly among the four disposable cups. Chill until set, about 2 hours.

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Recipe Origin Australia
Rating
No Reviews
Servings 4
Preparation 10 min 00:10
Cook N/A
Ready in 2 hours10 min 02:10
Difficulty Beginner
Cooking Method Chill
Ingredients Chocolate
Equipment Cooler
Recipe Type Dessert
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