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Fresh Fruit Jelly


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Ingredients

500 g

Fresh Fruit Jelly

  • 40 g raw sugar, (or to personal taste)
  • 6 ice cubes
  • 200 g fresh fruit
  • 15 g powdered gelatine
  • 300 g cold water
  • 100 g fresh fruit, (extra, chopped)
  • 6
    4h 6min
    Preparation 6min
    Baking/Cooking
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    Recipe is created for
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Put sugar into TM bowl and pulverise for 3 secs on speed 9.

    Add ice and fruit and chop for 1 minute on speed 9.

    Heat juice to boiling - 4 minutes 100deg on speed 1.

    Add gelatine and mix for 10 secs on speed 5.

    Add water and allow to cool slightly.

    Place the extra fruit into moulds or serving bowl and pour

    the liquid mixture over the top.

    Refrigerate until set. (about 4 hours)

     

     

    Children can help in the preparation of this dessert by deciding what colour the jelly will be which is determined by the type of fruit used, eg.  Strawberries/plums/cherries for red, lemons/banana for yellow, oranges/rockmelon for orange etc.

    Preferably use clear cups so they can see the colours.

    Adding  a hidden surprise, eg. a chocolate or jelly frog, is fun for parties.

     

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  • Really easy and tasted

    Submitted by PatriciaGee on 30. October 2016 - 16:46.

    Really easy and tasted amazing. Made a few subs to be paleo friendly tho -  I used coconut sugar and frozen raspberries and a few blueberries with a little extra gelatine (Great Lakes Brand). New family favorite.

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  • This came out quite bland and

    Submitted by Chloe91g on 4. March 2015 - 13:02.

    This came out quite bland and gritty at the bottom. Maybe oranges aren't the best choice?

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  • Has anyone made this without

    Submitted by courtney_sarah_ on 25. June 2014 - 12:01.

    Has anyone made this without the sugar and just rely on the fruit to sweeten? I'd love to give this to my daughter but not adding sugar to her food!

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  • great

    Submitted by chaye on 1. July 2012 - 16:35.

    great

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  • A winner at our place!

    Submitted by stevelly on 4. October 2011 - 23:24.

    A winner at our place!

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  • That was so easy and the kids

    Submitted by melanddrew on 23. September 2011 - 20:00.

    That was so easy and the kids just loved it.  i didn't mind it either! tmrc_emoticons.)

    Mel

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