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Who’d have thought jelly could be so unusual?

Little ones adore jelly, don’t they? Especially when it’s served with ice cream! Let’s be honest, a kiddie’s party wouldn't be the same without this colourful wibbly-wobbliness we all know and love. It’s been entertaining kids (and grown-ups!) for years on end, and that’s not going to change in a hurry. So what better addition to the party table than a personalised jelly?

Here is a recipe for a rainbow jelly, kids will love the multiple layers of jelly, each a different flavor and colour.


Rainbow Jelly Recipe


Serves: 11 
1 (135g) packet blackcurrant flavoured jelly
1 (135g) packet lime flavoured jelly
1 (135g) packet orange flavoured jelly
1 (135g) packet strawberry flavoured jelly
1 (135g) packet raspberry flavoured jelly
1 (135g) packet lemon flavoured jelly
1 (135g) packet pineapple flavoured jelly
boiling water
375ml evaporated milk



Prep:20min  ›  Ready in:20min 
  1. For the pur jelly layers: Make the blackcurrant, lime, orange and strawberry jellies in separate bowls using 450ml of boiling water. Stir well and let each one cool to room temperature.
  2. For the creamy jelly layers: In separate bowls, prepare the raspberry, lemon, and pineapple flavored jellies with 225ml boiling water and add 125ml evaporated milk when each cools to room temperature.
  3. Pour the room temperature blackcurrant jelly into a large glass bowl or glass casserole dish: place in the fridge until it has just set. Follow with a layer of the next flavour, allowing each layer to cool before adding the next.

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