Fruit-packed Jellies (Sugar Free)

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Frozen mango chunks and raspberries are piled into glasses and set in sugar-free jelly for a fruity pudding or snack.

 

Ingredients (serves 4):

100g frozen mango chunks

100g frozen raspberries

1 sachet sugar-free jelly (any flavour)

300ml boiling water

300ml cold water

Method:

  1. Share the frozen mango chunks and frozen raspberries between 4 serving glasses (there’s no need to defrost them).
  2. Sprinkle the sugar-free jelly crystals into the just-boiled water and stir well. Leave for 2-3 minutes to dissolve completely, then add the cold water and stir again.
  3. Share the jelly liquid equally between the glasses, then transfer to the refrigerator to set for 2-3 hours.

Tips:

1: You can use other fruits in place of the mango and raspberries. It can be fresh, frozen or canned in fruit juice.

2: You can’t use fresh kiwi, papaya or pineapple in jellies, as they contain an enzyme which will prevent the jelly from setting.

3: Always keep bags of frozen fruit in your freezer. It’s great for making fruit smoothies, and for adding to porridge too.

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