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Elderflower Jelly

Kids love wibbly wobbly jelly & for mums, it’s a good way of increasing kids’ fruit intake by adding peaches, pears, grapes & berries to the mixture.

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Prep Time: 15 minutes plus overnight chilling
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Cook Time: No cooking required
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Serves: 4
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Great for:  Grown Up Entertaining
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300 ml Elderflower Cordial
400 ml cold water
6 leaves gelatine
1 tsp fresh lemon juice
125 g mixed fruit, e.g. chopped peaches (tinned or fresh) & halved grapes, or a mixture of berry fruits
  1. Mix the cordial with the cold water in a jug. Soak the gelatine for 5 minutes in just enough cold water to cover. Meanwhile, warm 100 ml (3 fl oz) of the cordial mix in a medium pan until hot but not boiling. Remove from the heat.
  2. Squeeze out any excess water from the gelatine. Stir the gelatine into the warm cordial until fully dissolved. Add the remaining cordial mix and the lemon juice, and stir well. You must add the remaining cordial to the dissolved gelatine and not vice versa, or it can cause the gelatine to go stringy.
  3. Divide the fruit among 4 small glasses and pour in the cordial mix. Chill overnight.

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