jelly baby

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jelly baby

n
(Cookery) Brit a small sweet made from a gelatinous substance formed to resemble a baby in shape
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Choose from old favourites, such as Liquorice Allsorts, Wine Gums, Cadbury's Chocolate Eclairs, Foxes Glacier Mints and Jelly Babies.
99 [pounds sterling] for a pack of three), as do four fruit flavoured Bassett's Jelly Babies lollies with chewy jelly centres.
The chef, 41, said: "I have to bribe them with Jelly Babies to say what Mum's cooked is s**t and they like Dad's cooking.
Bassett's Jelly Babies appear in a less edible form this month -- as squashy fabric Jelly Baby Bean Babies toys for an on pack offer.
ENGLAND proved the sweet tooth is stranger than friction when Andrew Strauss tucked into jelly babies during a drinks break at The Oval.
From sweets to stars, the lives of the Jelly Babies have taken a glamourous turn, as Trebor Bassett puts the 80-year-old gum brand on the small screen as a cartoon series.
A WORKER who claimed colleagues racially taunted him by biting heads off black jelly babies has won a pounds 125,000 payout.
Also within the standard market, Robinson's has introduced Jelly Babies Jams, through a partnership with Trebor Bassett.
The first was the sweets we now call jelly babies, previously known at the end of WW1 as peace babies because the different colours symbolised all nations living peacefully together.
Or even jelly babies - I thought they gave you energy
People lined the streets offering constant support to those taking part, some even producing trays of Jelly Babies from their gardens to provide that extra kick to keep the runners going.