A delicious creamy alternative to plain jelly and the kids (and adults) love them!


Ingredients (makes 14 Cups of jelly)

  • 1 packet Purple coloured jelly
  • 1 packet Green coloured jelly
  • 1 packet Yellow coloured jelly
  • 1 packet Pink coloured jelly
  • 2 packets Blue coloured jelly
  • 1 1/2 cups Milk
  • 3 cups Vanilla yoghurt
  • Whipped cream (for decoration)
  • Sprinkles (for decoration)
  • Boiling water

Method

  1. For the first layer, add 250ml boiling water to the jelly crystals and stir until dissolved. Leave for 5 minutes to cool slightly.
  2. Mix 1/4 cup milk to 1/2 a cup yoghurt and stir to combine.
  3. While stirring the yoghurt mix, slowly pour in the jelly and stir until combined. Divide evenly between plastic cups. And refrigerate until set
  4. Repeat these steps for all layers until you get to the last layer. This differs slightly as you are making a double amount so add 500ml boiling water to the 2 packets of jelly, stir to dissolve and cool. Mix 1/2 cup milk to 1 cup of yoghurt and once combined add the jelly mix to it.
  5. Pour into cups to fill almost to the top and set.
  6. Whip cream and pipe onto the top then add sprinkles

Notes... Simple and effective and oh so pretty! Keep in the fridge until ready to serve and eat within 3 days

  • I’ve never tried mixing milk and yoghurt with jelly crystals before. These look fantastic. I love layering jelly but have only mixed it with water before.

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  • These would be wonderful for a birthday party!

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  • These look so cute. And with unicorns all the rage at the moment, these will be very popular.

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  • The kids would go absolutely wild for and with this.

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  • Oh I love it and my Unicorn crazy daughter would go mad on this too.

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  • Fantastic recipe – thanks for sharing.

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  • A gorgeous dessert the kids would love!

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  • I love this recipe. It sounds so easy and looks so colourful.

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  • These look absolutely fantastic. My only thought is how long they would take to make having to let each layer set. Worth the effort though. They look pretty special.

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  • They look cute, but as vegetarians we don’t use jelly and prefer not to use artificial colours.

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  • These look great! Cant wait to make party food for my sons birthday in April

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  • They look too pretty to be eaten. However I think I will use this recipe to make for future parties. Thanks.

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  • Wow very interesting

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  • Looks fantastic. Thanks for the recipe.

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  • amazing. great for a party.

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