Babeh, babeh, babeh… oh!
Another boozy jelly! And a colourful one too! So what have you done this month to raise awareness about breast cancer? Instead of painted my blog pink, this Royal Selangor 30-day ‘Get your jelly on’ Challenge has definitely jellyfied my blog to a very wobbly month! I think any hospital should hire me to design jelly meals for patients! I’ll be good at it by end of the month! Not sure patients allow to have boozy jelly though, but what the heck! A little bit won’t hurt, and treat it as anesthetic! If not, there’s always jelly babies inside the jelly to chew on – yup, a Jelly Baby Jelly!
This jelly is more of an experiment, a little bit of fun, inspired by the gummy bear vodka cocktail. I used jelly babies instead of gummy bears because I couldn’t find any at the supermarket. I do believe gummy bear is firmer and chewier in texture compare to jelly baby, but since we are going to dunk them in the jelly anyway, so it doesn’t really what you use.
But if you are going to make this jelly, make sure it is eaten within few hours once made. I left it in the fridge overnight so I can shoot the video the next day, and to my horror all the jelly babies had fatten up inside the jelly! And by the time I am ready to consume the jelly after filming, it was pretty disgusting, the chewy texture of the jelly babies was long gone and tasted more like a cake of soap! Alternatively, perhaps insert the jelly babies into the jelly when you ready to serve.
Please do follow this recipe at your own risk!
And don’t forget to comment about this dessert to enter the competition to WIN an autographed Royal Selangor Nick Munro jelly mould and an Olympus camera!
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JELLY BABY JELLY A handful of jelly babies 2 tbsp x 4 different aeroplane jelly powder (your choice) 4 x 60ml hot water Method 1. Add 60ml of hot water in each different flavour jelly powder separately. Stir to dissolve. 2. Pour an inch of first flavour mixture into the mould, drop one or two jelly babies in, transfer to fridge and let it set. 3. Once ready, pour the 2nd layer of mixture in, and more jelly babies. Repeat the step until the mould is filled. 4. Leave overnight and let the babies fatten up!
WIN Royal Selangor Nick Munro Jelly Mould autographed by Billy Law from Masterchef 2011 & a Olympus VG-110 Camera.
If you like my jelly idea/concept for the Royal Selangor 30-day ‘Get your jelly on’ challenge in aid of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, please do support and leave a comment. Any feedback, idea or even share your story is very much appreciated! Each time you leave a comment will automatically enter into the competition to win these fabulous prizes! You can also use the buttons below and share it with the social world! Thank you!
Entries close 30th October, winner will be announced on 31st Oct.