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Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Jelly Custard and Jelly Milkshake | Jelly Dessert Ideas

I am always bowled out when I see jelly by its shaky and glossy look. But I am not fond of having jellies as such so googled and founds these 2 easy jelly dessert ideas. The first time I tried to set jelly , it didnt set at all.So making jelly was like a dream to me though its a simple process. The next time when I tried to set jelly for this jelly custard, it came out perfect. See 'my notes' for tips to get perfectly set jelly.
Jelly Custard Recipe

Jelly Custard Recipe:
Makes 3 mini glasses

Ingredients:
  • Strawberry jelly - 1 packet (the whole packet will not be used for jelly custard use the remaining for the given dessert ideas or enjoy the jellies as such :))
  • Milk - 2 cups
  • Custard powder - 2 tbsp
  • Sugar - 4 tbsp

Mold Jelly Recipe
Method:
  1. Prepare jelly according to the pack instructions,(but always use little less water than mentioned in the pack)If the pack says to add 500ml of water use only 400ml of water to make sure the jelly sets well.
  2. Now pour it into 3 medium sized glasses, exactly to half of the glasses and refrigerate it for an hour or two.Pour the remaining jelly in molds, cups and refrigerate them.
  3. Meanwhile you can prepare the custard. Take 1/2 cup milk, mix it with custard powder and sugar without any lumps until sugar dissolves completely, keep aside.
  4. Heat the remaining milk in a pan, when it starts boiling add the milk custard powder sugar mixture.Keep mixing continuously to avoid forming lumps.Mix well once the mixture is thickened (when you pour it should not be runny) switch off.
  5. Allow it to cool for 10mins(When cooling the mixture thickenes further so switch off accordingly)
  6. Then fill the remaining half of the glass with this mixture. Refrigerate for 30mins, garnish with nuts/cherries and serve chilled.
Jelly Custard Recipe
My Notes:
  • Make sure you use little less quantity of water then mentioned in the pack. Else your jelly will not get set easily.
  • I used strawberry flavour , you can use any flavour of your choice.
  • Dont try to half the jelly packet, the jellys will not set. So use the full packet, form jellies and then store them refrigerated.
  • I tried to click the consistency of the custard, by then the custard got thickened so be very careful and keep stirring till the custard reaches the desired consistency.
Jelly Dessert Ideas
The remaining jelly poured in molds, cups can be demoulded easily and stored refrigerated for about 10days. You can either eat them as such or serve them with any chilled dessert or a scoop of icecream.


Jelly Custard Recipe


Jelly Milkshake Recipe:
Makes 2 cups

Ingredients:
  • Jelly - 3 tbsp
  • Milk - 2 cups
  • Sugar - 3 tsp

Method:
Pulse the milk with jelly and sugar to form a thick and creamy shake. Serve chilled.

Jelly Milkshake Recipe

The granular texture of the jellies in the milkshake is the yummiest. My little one loved the jelly as such and I luved it in the form of milkshake . So our jellies were over in about a weeks time :)

There are many flavours available in weikfield brand : strawberry, cherry, mango, lime, pineapple, orange etc so pick your choice from them.

Jelly Milkshake Recipe

Written by: SHARMILEE J

44 comments:

  1. I agree wid u...even I failed in setting half packet jelly,so its better 2 use d full pack..
    I cut the jelly into squares and mix in the custard..n I loved that jelly milkshake idea..:)

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  2. Beautiful treat..looks so inviting.

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  3. Love your co ordinated props...
    First click is quite a tempting one!!

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  4. wow!!very innovative! surely kids will like it!nice click!

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  5. Jelly milkshake is a great idea...loved the presentation and clicks...

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  6. I love jelly too and when it looks so inviting how can I resist that:)

    Sunanda's Kitchen

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  7. Very nice pictures...love custard with jelly..

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  8. hey...we have both done a pink drink at the same time....;)...i have never made a drink using jellies...sounds really interesting...i'd love to try this....:)

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  9. Look so gud ...jelly always looks so gud ...I love that milkshake idea ...I always make this for my nephew

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  10. In have never made jelly sharmilee. Look at these pictures of yours, I definitely tempted to try :)

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  11. Looks so good and colourful. Jelly milkshake is such a wonderful idea.. Always loved your presentation:)
    Reva

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  12. lovely pics! I make something similar with jellies :) will try ur version next time

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  13. I have enjoyed this dessert too :) Love the color combo :) Looks so good and perfect. Happy to see your jelly set well and yummy :)

    Love the milk shake too. I have done it and have enjoyed it so much too :)

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  14. Jelly with Custard sounds like a winning combo.I've tried making Jelly for Trifle pudding and never had a problem with setting it,maybe I just got lucky!

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  15. Thanks for the ideas .....the jelly looks delicious. Luv the presentation

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  16. Love both the preparations.. I am also not that fond of jellys .. but love their looks and texture..

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  17. Lovely combination of flavors... Loved the milkshake the most...

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  18. Hey, that sounds like a great combo, mixing jelly and custard :)

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  19. Omg, love that jelly with custard, thats a droolworthy combo...Cant take my eyes from the shake..

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  20. Those jellies look so delightful! Jelly milkshake is something I will have to try too. Very creative!

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  21. Superb color combo... amazing clicks.. jelly shake is a great idea too..
    http://krithiskitchen.blogspot.com
    Event: Serve It-Chilled

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  22. Beautiful ! cool ideas Sharmi

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  23. These ways are new to me,never knew we can do so with jelly, great clicks and presentations,esp the one decorated with the silver beads...

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  24. Mouthwatering here, super delicious jelly shake...awesome clicks...

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  25. Cute looking custard cups. Nice pics... Loved the color of the milkshake.... YUM!

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  26. Gorgeous presentation. Loved the jelly milkshake idea. I too had a bad experience using half packet of jelly. Thanks for the info on its shelf life.

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  27. even i love the click with silver beeds. fantastic dessert and wonderful presentation.thanks for sharing the tips for making jelly.Will try this for sure

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  28. beautiful presentation..both of them look luscious!!

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  29. lovely idea for a quick and easy dessert that can be made in advance...

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  30. wat a gorgeous clicks...the recipe sounds fantastic..:)

    Tasty Appetite
    Event: Letz Relishh Ice Creams

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  31. colorful milkshake..well done:)

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  32. wow..!!!
    lookz yummy..!!
    diz is very easy 2 prepare na..
    so i'm going 2 try diz..

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  33. Never liked jelly but ur post made me love these and guess what I am planning to make this today :):)

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  34. wonderful clicks and colorful milkshake and tempting jelly custard .. i am regular follower to ur blog especially for the tempting clicks ......

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  35. you are very good at presentation..makes you want to take the glass and have it..yummy!!

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  36. Jelly custard looks delicious, nice presentations.

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  37. i love custard but not really a big fan of jelly..the pics look tempting though

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  38. I am not a big fan of eating Jelly but love to make them and wait patiently to check if it has set well. Like the idea of milkshake, will try sometime. Loved the clicks as well.

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  39. Wow....i too love jellies but never tried making them at home...love to try this....love that milkshake....thank u for the tips....

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  40. Wowwwwwwwwwww.. looks really amazing and tempting.. Beautiful pictures as usual.. thanks for sharing dear :)
    Indian Cuisine

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  41. Beautiful ideas and even more beautifully presented, Sharmi!! Loved the second shot the most :)

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  42. Looks yummy and beautiful. I was wondering if you are a vegetarian( all your recipes hint that you maybe one). Maybe you already know this but just thought I would add here that jelly is made from gelatin, obtained from animal bones.So strict vegetarians avoid jelly.

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  43. @Foodie: I am a nonvegetarian but cook only vegetarian....:) But thanks for letting me know this info!

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  44. Wow!!! Such a wonder recipe!!! will try out...

    http://www.nathivg.blogspot.in/

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