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Cake decorating-jelly fruit slices

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londondee Mon 09-Oct-17 22:54:29

Had anyone seen jelly fruit slices at any big stores/supermarkets? I'm looking for the variety that have three or four colours.
Thanks for any suggestions!

Alabasterangel6 Mon 09-Oct-17 22:57:53

Do you mean the lemon and orange slices? I've only ever seen those in those two colourways. Asda certainly used to do very small ones in a tube thing (like you get hundreds and thousands in) but it's been months since I got any.

Or do you mean multicoloured and multi shaped fruit jellies? They're called
York Fruits if I remember and Sainsbury's def sell them.

Alabasterangel6 Mon 09-Oct-17 23:00:44

Or these as an expensive alternative?

www.britishcornershop.co.uk/product.asp?id=27508&gsrc=shopping&gclid=Cj0KCQjwvOzOBRDGARIsAICjxody567FYryzZX-DSWpt61QcZoqFuz2vR1VyNPc38e5PHeo-z6tumzEaAu2fEALw_wcB

Alabasterangel6 Mon 09-Oct-17 23:02:35

Morrisons; these are identical to the ones I have but they are weeny

www.mysupermarket.co.uk/ocado-compare-prices/Sweets/Morrisons_Orange_And_Lemon_Jelly_Slices_85g.html

londondee Tue 10-Oct-17 11:25:51

Thanks for your replies. I've seen the little ones at Asda in the tube, and the British Corner shop ones look about right but so expensive! I think they've just gone out of fashion. I was going to use it for this cake www.parenting.com/article/how-to-make-a-dinosaur-cake

Alabasterangel6 Tue 10-Oct-17 11:59:20

Yes they are expensive.

I'd be more tempted to buy the multipack of small primary coloured sugar pastes that Tesco sell. Cut out your own semi circle shapes and let them harden off for a couple of days and using that. The multipack is about £3 I think?

Bellabelloo Tue 10-Oct-17 12:26:49

There are a few on Amazon. X

kateandme Tue 10-Oct-17 12:37:40

amazon?
or could you cut in half giant choc buttons.white and milk?they used to do coloured choc buttons in some cake isles too.
or make some fondant coloured shapes the same?
not the same but just a few idea for allternitvies incase you do come stuck...

FunkinEll Tue 10-Oct-17 13:35:38

Would jelly diamonds work?
www.ocado.com/webshop/product/Cooks-Ingredients-Jelly-Diamonds/85928011?from=shop&tags=%7C20000%7C20424%7C42284%7C42318%7C42366&parentContainer=%7C20424%7C42284%7C42318%7C42366

londondee Wed 11-Oct-17 09:26:13

Great suggestions thanks everyone. I've not seen those jelly diamonds, will have a look at those too

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