The orange pudding was learned when I watched the TV Central Children's Channel program "Little Wisdom Tree" with my little baby, and learned from the "red fruit". The method is simple and convenient, safe and hygienic! The most important thing is to be able to work with your child and enjoy fun! Adults and children have a special sense of accomplishment!
Peel the oranges, cut into small pieces, put them into the juicer, add a spoonful of white sugar and the right amount of cold boiled water to squeeze the orange juice (I added a spoonful of white sugar, I don't like it, I don't need to add it)
Put the gelatin tablets in cold water for a few seconds, remove them, and put them in a small bowl of heat-insulated water to melt and melt.
Melt the gelatin into the orange juice and mix it with water until it is fully blended
Pour into the pudding cup and put it in the refrigerator for about an hour and a half. (I didn't look at the time. I went out after freezing. I can eat it when I come back. I guess it is about one hour and forty minutes.)
Enjoy the delicious!