All Natural Spooky Halloween Jello

All Natural Spooky Halloween Jello

Lets make Halloween fun for the kids, but also healthy with this all natural spooky Halloween jello. Sliced blueberries represent eye balls and shredded apples represent mummy wrapping.

All Natural Spooky Halloween Jello

As parents we love to be able to provide fun food for our kids, however, that can be tricky to do when all they want is sugary stuff. Today I have for you a healthy and fun treat that you can make for your kids using fruit juice. There is no added sugar and your kids are going to think that they are so spooky and fun.




The day I made this Halloween jello, my kids came home from school so excited! They could not believe how fun and tasty they were with the blueberries make great eyeballs when cut in half and my oldest daughter named the apple strings jello, mummy jello. I thought it looked like worms, but she sold me and said it has to be called mummy jello. Even better, she asked for more this week for her school lunches. I am so excited to have this as our new normal treat in the house.

Ingredients To Make Spooky Halloween Jello

This jello can easily be made using gelatin, but also you could use my favorite VEGAN brand Simply Delish. They offer a sugar-free and vegan option, and any of these would work. Even using pectin, like Pomona’s Pectin could be an option. 


  • For the orange colored jello, I used Orange Apple Pineapple Juice
  • For the purple colored jello, I used Welch’s Grape Juice

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  • 4 cups juice any kind of juice, no added sugar
  • 4 env. 0.25oz each KNOX Unflavored Gelatine
  • 1 cup blueberries (optional)
  • 2 cup apple, shredded (optional)
  • 4 Tbsp. honey


  • Bring 3 cups of juice to a boil. Meanwhile, sprinkle gelatine over remaining juice in a mixing bowl; let it stand for 1 minute.
  • Add hot juice and honey to softened gelatine; stir for 5 minutes or until completely dissolved. Add fruit to jello mixture. Pour into a 9X13 glass pan.
  • Refrigerate for 3 hours or until firm. Cut into 1 inch squares. Keep refrigerated.
  • Note: ***Shred apple to look like mummy jello. ***Slice blueberries in half to look like eye balls.


  • For the orange colored jello, I used Orange Apple Pineapple Juice
  • For the purple colored jello, I used Welch's Grape Juice
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