Sunday, 28 December 2014

Red Wine Grape Juice Jelly

This is another cool and child friendly dessert I made during this festive season after the Beer-like Apple Juice Jelly.

It's very easy to make this and you only need 2 ingredients! Just grape juice and gelatine powder! I used Pokka's Mixed Red & Kyoho Grape juice as I particularly love the fragrance of this beverage.

It was absolute fun making this! You have to try not to whisk too hard when mixing the melted gelatin into the grape juice so as not to create too much foam. A sieve will be useful in helping you remove as much foam as possible when pouring the mixture into serving glasses. I also try to spoon out as much bubbles as I can so that the jelly will resemble a glass of red wine more.

Come and get drunk again 'eating' this jelly. It's definitely a great treat for all ages, young and old, and a great hit for parties during this festive season!


Red Wine Grape Juice Jelly

500ml grape juice, room temperature
10g gelatin powder

1. Scoop 3 tbspn of grape juice into a large microwave bowl. Cover and microwave for 30 seconds. Add gelatin powder and mix well until well dissolved.

2. Add in the rest of the grape juice, stirring constantly while adding.
3. Float the bottom of the bowl in ice water. 

4. Stir the grape juice slowly till well mixed. Stir gently as you do not want to create too much foam.
6. Pour grape juice into glasses over a sieve to remove foam. Use a spoon to scoop out the bubbles floating on the surface.
7. Chill in the fridge overnight to set before serving.

This post is linked to Cook and Celebrate (Christmas 2014) organised by Yen from Eat your heart out, Diana from Domestic Goddess Wannabe and Zoe from Bake for Happy Kids.


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  1. Hi LY,
    This is such a good idea, so creative! I can make it for my kids and their friends during bday parties, thanks for sharing and here's wishing you a happy new year ! :)

  2. Hi LY,
    Let's toast for a great 2015!
    Blessed and Happy New Year to you & family!

  3. Now the kids can toast to the new year too! very clever, Lai Ying!

  4. Hi LY,

    Let's toast for 2015!

    Thanks for linking with us at Cook and Celebrate :D


  5. Hi,I don't have a microwave at home so what can I do to melt the gelatin?

    1. Hi Hwee Yong,
      You can also double boil to melt the gelatin.



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