Friday, September 7, 2012

Homemade Jelly


I’m not sure about you but when it comes to the weekend I feel that we deserve treats. I don’t go crazy but we normally like to eat gourmet meals all weekend long. First we start with a homemade pizza on Friday night and then Sunday night normally ends with fancy homemade dessert of some kind. I like to make a little something for the kids as well; in my books these weekends need to be celebrated. We all love jelly but I do worry about the packet varieties, they just don’t seem all that natural. So after some research I’ve come up with my own natural recipe. I don’t think I need to tell you that these were all eaten before I had the chance to say ‘enjoy’. 


Preparation time
5 minutes

Cooking time
5 minutes + 4 hours cooling
 
Ingredients 
200mls apple juice 
200mls cranberry juice 
or 
400mls apple juice 
1 tbs edible gelatine 
your choice of fruit

Method
1. In a medium-sized pan, bring 100mls of apple juice to the boil. Add the gelatine and stir until it has dissolved.
2. Cut fruit into bite-sized pieces and place in the bottom of your jelly mould.
3. Carefully combine the boiled and cold juices together in a large jug and pour into your mould.
4. Refrigerate for 4 hours or until jelly has set. Serves 2 adults and 2 kids

Do not use fresh pineapple or kiwi as they prevent the jelly from setting

You can also find more recipes from Toddler tastes on the online Woolworths baby and toddler club

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