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Orange Jack-O-Lantern

by Lucy (follow)
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Why not take an orange and turn it into an easy Jack O Lantern to celebrate Halloween this year? You will need a sharp knife and the orange itself can be filled with fruit for Halloween breakfast, or place a candle inside for a Halloween night table decoration.



Orange jack o lantern
Carved Jack o Lantern


Time: 5 - 10 minutes
Age: Over 10's
Level: Medium

Materials

1 orange
1 sharp knife



Orange jack o lantern
Take a whole orange


Method

Cut a round hole in the top of your orange using a sharp knife.



Orange jack o lantern
Cut the top off the orange


Hollow out the pulp inside the orange, then wash it out well.



Orange jack o lantern
Fill with fruit or a candle


Cut eyes, nose and mouth into the side of the orange peel, then use it as a simple, yet effective table decoration for Halloween night.

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#Kitchen Craft
#Halloween
#Orange
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i guess it would be a fun idea for Americans, but i live in Australia, so i don't have any need for such a thing.
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