Friday, August 19, 2011

Stained Glass Jelly (Broken Glass Jello)

When I first saw these colourful beauties, I knew I had to make it myself!

Food blogger Not Quite Nigella had also made these.

I shall show you how easy it is to make it! It is a great dessert for parties.

All you need:
4-6 packets of Aeroplane Jelly 
4-6 plastic containers
Baking Mould/Tin
Boiling water
Cold Water
2 Envelopes of powdered Gelatin
1x395g Sweetened Condensed Milk
Non-stick Oil Spray

All you need to do:
1) Spray each container with non-stick oil spray. Set aside.

2) Dissolve each Aeroplane Jelly packet with 1 cup of boiling water over the stove, whisking briskly so that all crystals are dissolved. Pour in a container. Repeat until you've finished all the Aeroplane Jelly.

3) Set aside to cool before covering with lids to put it in the fridge for at least 4 hours or overnight to set.

4) Sprinkle the gelatine powder into 1/2 cup of cold water, once the gelatine blooms, add 1 cup of boiling water to dissolve. Mix the sweetened condensed milk with the dissolve gelatine liquid, stir and cool.

5) Once the jellies are set, chopped them into small cubes and gently mix it in the prepared mould.

You can use any kind, shot glasses....

6) Once the condensed milk is cool but still pourable, make sure to pour them into the moulds with the coloured cubed jellies.

7) Let it set properly overnight in the fridge before serving or removing it from the mould.

Print this recipe!

....dessert wine glasses....

....even a flower mould like I did!

It looks so pretty doesn't it?!

This is such a simple dessert to make! 

Enjoy! :)

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