Grape Jelly

Peeled grape fruit jello

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Sweet juicy grapes suspended in a sweet, wobbly purple jelly. A refreshing, fruity dessert!


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Grape Jelly

  • 2 tsp Powdered gelatin
  • 1 tbsp Cold water
  • 2 cups Purple grapes
  • 480 ml Water (2 cups)
  • 38g White sugar (3 tbsp)


  • Gold leaf, optional
  • More whole grapes, to decorate


  1. Combine the cold water and gelatin, set side to bloom
  2. Prepare a bowl of ice cold water
  3. Cut a cross at the top of each grape and pour over boiling water, sit for 10 seconds, then drain
  4. Immediately place the grapes in the cold water, sit for 10 seconds, then drain
  5. Peel the grapes reserving the skins (the blanching process will make them a lot easier to peel)
  6. Combine the water, sugar and grape skins in a small saucepan and bring to the boil
  7. Add the bloomed gelatin and stir to dissolve
  8. Remove from the heat
  9. Prepare two glasses and fill with the peeled grapes
  10. Pour over the warm jelly mixture, leaving more than 1cm at the top of the glass to create the flower (optional), reserve the remaining jelly mixture for later
  11. Place in the fridge to set for 1 hour
  12. Thinly slice several unpeeled grapes and arrange them in a flower pattern on top of the semi-set jelly
  13. Pour over the remaining jelly mixture and speckle with gold flakes
  14. Place in the fridge for 3 hours, or until fully set
  15. Enjoy chilled!
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