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Juicy Jelly Mousse

This recipe is in categories Desserts, Party food
About this recipe
Healthiness : (796 votes)
Difficulty:  1 out of 5 difficulty
Preparation Time: 15 minutes
Cooking Time: No cooking required
Number of servings: 4


A very simple recipe that anyone can make
Ingredients
  • 1 x 135g (5oz) packet jelly (any flavour)
  • 290 ml (½ pint) evaporated milk (chill in the fridge before using)
Equipment
  • Measuring Jug
  • Whisk
  • Bowl
Making and cooking it
Always wash your hands before preparing food Always wash your hands before preparing food.

  1. Make the jelly according to the instructions on the packet - but only add enough liquid to make 300ml (½ pint) of jelly
  2. Allow the jelly to cool but not set, then pour in the evaporated milk
  3. Whisk for about 5 - 10 minutes, the mixture should contain lots of bubbles
  4. Pour into a bowl or 4 separate glasses and leave in the fridge for a few hours to set
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Name: Anwen Jones 15th June 2020
Nice to find this old childhood recipe. It’s too easy these days to buy in mousse etc at the supermarket. But we should revert to do more home cooking. So lovely and our little grandson loves it. Can’t get enough and there’s loads of jelly flavours to be done.
Name: GRACIE MAY 22nd August 2018
YUMMMMMMMMMMMMMMYYYYYY so nice
Name: Gail 13th August 2017
I used to make a lovely light lemon mousse by making up a packet lemon jelly with a little less water (making the total around 3/4 pint), sometimes adding in some lemon juice for a more genuine lemon flavour. When that was cool I would whisk a small can of evaporated milk until it was light and bubbly then carefully fold the jelly into the whipped evaporated milk (folding is using a metal spoon to gently turn the mixture over, to avoid knocking out the bubbles, as you add the jelly in slowly). I think this would avoid the problem of separation.
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