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Lunch Box Fruit Jellies Revised



12 portion(s)

  • 180 gram plums halved
  • 180 gram mango halved, skin removed
  • 180 gram kiwifruit, skin removed
  • 90 grams water
  • 3 teaspoon agar agar powder

Recipe's preparation

    you will need to make this in 3 lots

    Skin Kiwifruit and add to bowl with 30 grams of water and 1 teaspoon of agar agar powder,    and place in fridge to cool quickly.   

  2.   and Blend for 5 seconds on speed 5, scrape down the bowl 

  3. and blend for 30 seconds on speed 10 and scrape down the bowl

  4. and cook on 100 degrees for 2 mins speed 2

  5. place kiwi mix in to a silicon mould.  

    If you are making single fruit jellies - you can now place them in the fridge to set quickly. 

    If you are making multilayer jellies do not refrigerate at this time - go straight into the next fruit. 

  6. Rinse bowl in warm water and repeat the process with the Mango and plums.


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This is a great way to use up fruit at that use it or loose it stage.   The riper the fruit is the sweeter the jellies.  



Also a great way to fool the kids into thinking they have something a bit 'naughty' in their lunch box.  


To make multilayered jellies make sure you don't refrigerate between layers as this will stop the layers from adhearing to each other.   To make them more fun use a silicone novelty ice cube tray to make hearts, stars or other fun shapes.





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  • Is there something missing

    Submitted by Jodi Davis on 25. February 2015 - 18:32.

    Is there something missing from step 1?  It doesn't look quite right.

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  • The 1st batch I made I only

    Submitted by Aprilstar on 25. February 2015 - 16:56.

    The 1st batch I made I only used mango and my kids engulfed them. They weren't so keen on the plum or kiwi fruit flavoured ones. I would love to know when would be the beat time to strain the mixture? The kiwi fruit ones became very dull in colour once I pulverised the seeds of the kiwi in step 2. 

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  • I'm not a big fan of jelly,

    Submitted by becr82 on 25. February 2014 - 14:31.

    I'm not a big fan of jelly, but I am going to give these a go. I love the cute shapes too!

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