Easy Jelly Recipe

Perfect for juices or any kind of snack, jelly is a good way to add more texture to your drink, snacks, or dessert! Jelly has a crumbly texture that melts at high temperatures but remains solid in your mouth.

Jelly consists of three basic ingredients: fruit juice, sugar, and pectin. When cooked together and allowed to cool, they thicken to form the sweet, spreadable substance we know as jelly. – Almanac

Here’s how to make jelly at home!

Steps:

Prepare all the ingredients

Prepare a saucepan. Fill with 6 cups of water. (follow the direction of the packaging)

Warm the water. Slowly pour the green jelly powder. Stir. Keep stirring until the powder dissolves.

After simmering, turn off the heat. Pour into a container.

Place in the chiller

Repeat the process with the red jelly.

After an hour and a half, the jelly is set.

Slice it crosswise and lengthwise to make jelly cubes

Serve. Enjoy your easy and yummy jelly!

Jelly Recipe

Step-by-Step Guide
Course Dessert
Keyword gelatin, gelatinrecipes, jelly, jellyrecipes
Calories 37kcal

Ingredients

  • 1 pack green jelly
  • 1 pack red jelly
  • Water

Instructions

  • Prepare all the ingredients
  • Prepare a saucepan. Fill with 6 cups of water. (follow the direction of the packaging)
  • Warm the water. Slowly pour the green jelly powder. Stir. Keep stirring until the powder dissolves.
  • After simmering, turn off the heat. Pour into a container and place in the chiller
  • Repeat the process with the red jelly.
  • After an hour and a half, the jelly is set. Slice it crosswise and lengthwise to make jelly cubes
  • Serve. Enjoy your easy and yummy jelly!

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Can I make jelly from scratch?

Absolutely! Follow the steps above and you can make one in no time!

What does the word jelly mean?

Jelly comes from the Old French gelee, “jelly” and also “frost,” from the verb geler, “to congeal,” with its Latin root gelare, “to freeze.” – Vocabulary

What was the first flavor of jelly?

In 1976 the first eight Jelly Belly flavors were born: Very Cherry, Lemon, Cream Soda, Tangerine, Green Apple, Root Beer, Grape, and Licorice. Funny enough they are still some of the most popular flavors made. – Jelly Belly

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