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This recipe is not for the squeamish or faint of heart. It's as disturbing to make as it is to eat. But watching the horrified reactions of those you serve it to makes the whole thing very worth it. Because it's way more fun to scare others than it is to be scared yourself, RIGHT?
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If you're too grossed out by the idea, know this: kids love making these worms. So let them do all the slimy Jell-O and dirty Oreo work. Remember, despite their very realistic appearance, these are in fact edible. And I hear from the youngins they're delicious too.
To make them, all you need is water, Jell-O, gelatin, a little bit of heavy cream, and some bendy straws. Oh, and courage. Combine hot water with Jell-O mix (we used cherry) and gelatin. Let mixture cool a bit in the fridge (for about 20 minutes), then stir in cream. Pack the straws tightly into a tall and wide drinking glass, then pour the creamy Jell-O mixture over the straws. THIS WILL BE MESSY! And it will seem that none of the liquid is filling the straws. Don't worry, it is.
After about 2 hours, it's time to squeeze the worms out. Running the straws under warm water for a few seconds make this process much easier. Although, it's still a tedious (and sticky) task. Luckily, it's also the step kids love the most. If you want to go all out with the presentation, have them squeeze the worms onto a plate of crushed Oreos. Get it?
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