3 Layer Jelly Pudding


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Jelly is  NOT ONLY kids favorite but grownups also love it. This recipe is easy to make, you can use any flavors. and you can make more layers up to 7 or as u wish. that’s time consuming,but  in the end worth a try.

Ingredients 

  • Strawberry jelly         1  box
  • Orange     jelly          1 box
  • Milk                           1 cup
  • Gelatin                      6 tsp
  • Boiling Water             2 1/4 cup
  • Cold Water                1/4 cup
  • Sugar                         per your taste  optional

In a small bowl stir together 1 box of strawberry jelly, 1 tsp gelatin and 1 cup of boiling water ensuring everything dissolved. let it cool for sometime and pour into a pan [ 9 × 13 pan is preferable ], refrigerate for 15 mints.

For Milk Layer

Meanwhile sprinkle  4 tsp of gelatin on 1/4 cup of cold water and allow to sit for 2 mints for gelatin to bloom. add 1/4 cup of boiling water to dissolve the gelatin.

Take 1 cup of milk in a pan ( add sugar if u want ) and bring to a boil, add the gelatin mixer and stir well until well combined. Let it cool to room temperature.

Once the red layer set enough to place the next layer, pour the milk mixture on it and refrigerate for 15 mints. make sure the milk mixture is cool.

In a bowl  stir together 1 box of orange jelly , 1 tsp gelatin and 1 cup of boiling water.stir until dissolved and let it cool. pour this mixture on milk layer and refrigerate until set.

If u want more layers repeat the process. Cut in to desired shapes and serve.20150814_152004-1

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