Friday, August 3, 2012

Kid's Gelatin Dessert

Glad that this is my 75th post.....


No kids would be there who hate jellies, including my little one. I came across this jelly snack from the gelatin dessert package. We use these gelatin in many of our desserts. I was amazed that a snack can be made, just with this powder.

Lemon

Orange

I tried it and it came out very glossy looking. The best part is even my hubby loved it. Best snack that can be made for kids on these hot summer days, being away from the hot kitchen. It was really great dessert for this hot summer. Should have this when its chill, else it will start to melt.




Ingredients
Jell-O Gelatin Dessert (any flavor) - 1 pack (3 oz)
Hot water - 1 cup
Cold water - 1 cup
Whipped cream/topping - for topping (optional)
Dry fruits or Fresh fruits - 3 tbsp finely chopped (optional) [I used craisins and apricots]

Method:

1) In a bowl, put the entire pack of gelatin powder. (I used orange flavor)



2) Add the hot water slowly and keep on stirring continuosly, until the gelatin gets dissolved.



3) Stir for about 2 mins so that the powder gets dissolved well.



4) Then add the cold water to it.



5) Transfer this to any square shaped bowl (I used my baking pan) and refrigerate for atleast 4 hrs or until its firm.



6) Take it out after 4 hrs and let it be for about 5 to 10 minutes.



7) Cut into small squares or any desired shapes.

Orange Flavor

Lemon Flavor

8) Transfer to any serving container and top it with whipped cream. Or can add cut fresh fruits even.

with whipped cream topping

with whipped cream and dry fruits topping

Juicy, glossy and chilly kids gelatin snack is ready now. Just dig into it.




Serve it immediately when its chill.


26 comments:

  1. Nice colorful jelly, i make jelly using agar.nice clicks.

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  2. i love jelly :) are you inviting me :)

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    1. Sure....You are always welcome dear :)

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  3. Ohh the kids would go ga ga over this dessert!! Yummy

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  4. Congrats on ur 75th post...I love Gelatin dessert alot...Lovely presentation n toppings..I never tried shapes using this...Lovely idea...Thanks for sharing..

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    1. Priya, you can give different shapes using cookie cutter :)

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  5. CONGRATS FOR 75TH POST.
    VERY NICE PRODUCT.
    THANKS FOR SHARING.

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  6. delicious dear !!! Iniviting you to join Fast food event .http://www.easy2cookrecipes.blogspot.co.uk/2012/08/re-announcing-fast-food-event-series.html

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    1. Yes Viji, me and my hubby even loved it :)

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  8. I love this .....Not only kids even adults will love it too :-)
    Good work Kavitha :-)

    shrutirasoi

    Today's Recipe
    Malpuas (Indian Pacakes)

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    1. Yes Shurti, we all loved it...even grown up will enjoy this dessert :)

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  9. Thanks, for all your lovely comments :)

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  10. Wow Kavita sure the kids will love this. Will give this a shot

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  11. My name is Kavitha too! ;) High-5! :D I love this jelly like dessert! It looks soooo pretty!

    Do participate in Bake Fest Event & Giveaway! if you can. :)

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  12. You're right dear this would please any kid.Congrats on reaching 75 posts.

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  14. looks lovely... i am sure your kids loved it... first time to your blog, lovely collection of recipes and i am glad to follow you. Visit my space too http://cooklikepriya.blogspot.co.uk/

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  15. Hi Kavitha,

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    Looks colorful.... Nice recipe...

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    Sharanya
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