Simple Nourishing Fruit Jellies
These easy peasy treats have been shared with us by Alexx Stuart. They are perfect for big and little kids alike and they look gorgeous arranged on a platter for a party. It's easy to involve your children in making them and you can tweak them to your preferences by changing up the fruit pieces that you set inside them or the liquid that you use.
No: Gluten / Dairy / Egg / Nuts
Preparation Time 2 hours 5 minutes
Makes 40 mini jellies
Cannot be frozen
- kombucha - 650g, can also use water kefir or freshly pressed juice
- gelatine - 4 Tbsp, Great Lakes Grass Fed powder
- fruit of choice - 3/4 cup, chopped, we used berries, bananas, and watermelon
- Add liquid (650g) to bowl and heat 2:30 minutes / Steaming Temperature / Speed 2.
- Add gelatin (4 Tbsp) and combine Speed 7 / 5 seconds. Set aside.
- Place 4-6 tiny pieces of fruit into each mini muffin mould. They shouldn't take up more than 1/4 of the space, to allow plenty of liquid to come under, between and around them.
- Carefully pour the warm liquid over the fruit pieces in your mould.
- Place into the fridge to set. They will need a minimum of 2 hours.
- To demould, you can trace around the jellies with a small knife and lift them with a teaspoon to pop out.
- Store on a platter in the fridge or eat straight away set once set.