- 1 can evaporated milk, chilled or refridgerated overnight
- 1 sachet lemon jelly
- 1 can crushed pineapple in juice
Make up a sachet of jelly as per instructions using the pineapple juice instead of cold water. You want the jelly to be cold but not set. If it's hot it will curdle the milk, if it's set it won't mix well. Put it in a jug or bowl in the fridge to speed up process.
Insert the Butterfly. Pour in the can of milk. Whip on speed 3.5 for around 2 minutes or until double in size.
While still on speed 3.5 pour the jelly through the hole in the top slowly, this should take about 1 minute.
Pour crushed pineapple through the top then slowly stir on reverse for around 30 seconds.
Pop into a container or bowl & place in the fridge to set for around 2 hours.
I have tried this dessert with different flavour combinations as well. Raberry Jelly with crushed Raspberrys also works well. A fun dessert to make & is a great one for kids.
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