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Fruit Jells

Wednesday, 14th June 2017

Fruit Jells

Fruit JellsThis recipe is one that most children will most likely devour, while you happily sit back and let them. These Fruit Jells are packed with cleverly hidden nutrients. They make a good alternative to store bought lollies, and are also a fun (and healthy) idea for birthday parties. They are simple to whip up, and the endless combination of flavours is limitless.

Blueberry Jells Ingredients:

• 1 cup fruit, juiced (or blended well)

• 2 cups of milk (any milk will do)

• 3 tablespoons of gelatine powder

• 1 tablespoon of honey ( or a sweetener of choice)

• 1 tablespoon of probiotics (I used InnerHealth Plus for Kids)Prepare a baking tray by lining with baking paper (tray size: 12cm by 18cm approximately).

Silicone bakeware does not require lining, same with moulds

In a saucepan, heat fruit Juice, milk, honey and probiotic powder together until it starts to simmer.

Turn off stove and slowly add gelatine powder while continuing to stir with a spoon

.Once all gelatine is added, stir until mixture is smooth in consistency and pour into the prepared baking dish or moulds.

Place in fridge for minimum of 2 hours.

Once set, either cut into bite size squares or use a cookie cutter to make gorgeous little shapes.




Grape, Cucumber & Camomile Jells(dairy free)

Ingredients:

• 1 cup of fruit, juiced (fruits quantities is up to you, you may prefer more grape than cucumber for example)

• 1 cup of hot camomile tea (no milk)

• 1 tablespoon honey (or a sweetener of choice)

• 3 tablespoons gelatine powder

Prepare a baking tray by lining with baking paper (tray size: 12cm by 18cm approximately).

Silicone bakeware does not need to be lined, same with moulds

.In a saucepan, heat fruit juice and honey together. Turn heat off once starting to boil. Add 1 cup of hot camomile tea.

Slowly add gelatine while continuing to stir with a spoon.Once all gelatine is added, stir until mixture is smooth in consistency and pour into the prepared baking dish or moulds.Place in fridge for minimum of 2 hours

Once set, either cut into bite size squares or use a cookie cutter to make gorgeous little shapes.


Recipe written by Marie from @the.toddler.ingredient

Make sure you check out her page for many more delicious and easy treats



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