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Serves: 6

By GoldenSnitch



  • 2 tbsp caster sugar

  • 600ml fruit juice (any flavour you like)

  • 1 handful fruit (optional)

  • 4 gelatine leaves


  1. Soak the gelatine leaves in a few tables spoons of juice.
  2. Heat the rest of the juice in a pan until hot but not boiling
  3. Stir in the sugar until dissolved
  4. Add the softened gelatine leaves one by one and stir until disolved. Stir in the disolving juice too.
  5. Leave to cool then pour into individual bowls.
  6. Add fruit if required and chill to set

Handy Hint

Lovely, wobbly jelly without the colours, flavours and preservatives…
Sharper juices such as Orange, will need 3 tables spoons of sugar. Sweeter juices will need less.
If using a large mould rather than individual glasses, use an extra sheet of gelatine to make sure it sets.
Pineapple, Kiwi and Papaya may stop the jelly setting.

Additional Information

  • Kids party

  • Make Ahead

  • Kids can help

  • Cake/Dessert

  • Vegetarian

  • Gluten Free

  • Dairy Free

  • Nut Free

  • Egg Free

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  • AdrienneMarchand 07/11/14 18:32

    Hello, I am a journalist working for French TV show 100% Mag aired at 7pm on the 6th channel. I am currently shooting a report on Jelly. As Jelly is commonly consumed in England, the idea would be for an English mum to explain to us this phenomenon and to tell us if her kids consume it, to come with us in a store to show us the variety of colors and forms that can be found, etc... And to shoot her kids eating some. Contact me by mail or give me a call if you are interested. The shooting in London is scheduled for Thursday, 13th. Sincerely, Adrienne 0033.

  • jonyboyjpk 16/09/14 16:10

    This is not vegetarian as stated : gelatine is used in this recipe.

  • GoldenSnitch 06/08/09 11:32

    My DS loved these while weaning and still loves them now. Orange is his favourite. It's a great way to get fresh fruit juice into them and so much tastier than the shop bought stuff. We even had these at his first birthday party and they went down really well.