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

  • amazing. great for a party.

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  • Another great recipe mum2archer. You are very creative.

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  • Look amazing, love the colour and creative inspiration.

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  • how beautiful this will look on the birthday party table

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  • Oh my gosh!! This is so cute, why didn’t I think of this haha

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  • Was a big hit at my sons party. Note do not use glitter jelly in it, it wont set.

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  • These look amazing, so colourful. Perfect for special occasions. Thank you for sharing.

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  • This is a fantastic idea! Especially for children’s parties. So many children these days opting for unicorn themed party’s. A big thumbs up!

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  • Will give this a try for my 3 yo niece who is a picky eater but anything unicorn is a go

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  • how cleaver to use milk to give the colours a more solid colour. They look fantastic.

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  • The colours and layers looks great. I will have to try these unicorn jellies for my children. Hopefully they will love the taste of these little treats.

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  • Wow these are sooo pretty and very creative…can just imagine how popular they would be at a party. thanks for sharing.

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  • my boys would love these!

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  • Love the colours, cream and stars on top.

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  • What a fantastic idea for kids birthdays. Such a creative way to make jelly. Thanks

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