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0SP Jellies!

Here's the recipe as requested for the jellies I made yesterday! 


 • 1 twin pack of Hartley's Sugar Free Jelly - 0SP

• 2 Sachets of Gelatin - 1SP for both 
I don't count this because I don't eat them all in one sitting...

• 150g 0% Fat Free Yoghurt (approx 3 - 4 heaped tablespoons) I use the Brooklea one from Aldi - 0SP

• a dash of vanilla extract - optional, you can use any flavours you like - 0SP


Metal spoon for stirring 
Silicone moulds
Clear a shelf in the fridge!

Take one half of your jelly sachets and one sachet of the gelatine and mix them with approx 150ml of boiling water and stir until it's all dissolved... (It takes a while but worth the stirring to get it nice and smooth!)  Pour this into your silicone moulds half way up if you want to add the creamy layer too or the full way up to get a plain wine gum (below)! Pop in the fridge for 15 - 20 minutes. 

When you take them out of the fridge boil the kettle again and repeat step one but this time use only 100ml of boiling water, when the jelly crystals and gelatine have dissolved, stir in your yoghurt, add your flavouring and stir again till it's smooth (it'll have the consistency of a milkshake) Fill up the moulds to the top and pop back in the fridge! 
In 15- 20 mins you'll be popping out your jellies to put in your belly!

I got my silicone moulds in Dunnes, Homestore & More, Dealz 
and on holiday in the USA over the years... 
They're also in Tiger and Tesco from time to time...
They're usually seasonal, so you'll get the heart ones around 
Valentines day and the lemons in the summer... 


Use silicone moulds it's way easier to get your jellies out...

If you want them more chewy add less water...

Don't make the creamy layer at the same time as your clear jelly layer it'll set a bit whilst you're waiting for the first layer to set and you can't use it... I learned the hard way... You're welcome!

Do the jelly layer first THEN the cream layer, 
I've tried it the other way around and it never works for me!

For scale I've put up the little mini cupcake cases I used in the pics above, 
I got these are Christmas (you can see the candy canes on the bottom!) 
but they're available in the shops all year round sometimes 
with the birthday party stuff and also online...

They're great for the cinema and don't go watery like normal jelly 
from the fridge so you can stash a mini bag of these in your handbag! 

Happy chewing! 

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