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It’s jelly but not as you knew it! This is Rosé & Raspberry Jelly: wine jelly for adults. All you need is jelly cubes, wine and water.
After having this (frankly magnificent) idea of Rosé & Raspberry Jelly, we went in search of pre-existing recipes and found some that are slightly more complicated than this (but still pretty simple). We decided to take the easiest route possible for this wine jelly, but it still ended up great (just the way we like it): bursting with mouth-watering flavours of red fruits and with a little kick to remind you that this ain’t no child’s dessert.
This ain’t no child’s dessert.
For this recipe, we simply followed the instructions on the packaging but swapped the ½ pint of cold water for wine. It takes only a few minutes to make but will take 5/6 hours to set.
All you need is raspberry jelly cubes (we used Hartley’s), rosé wine, and water.
Rosé & Raspberry Jelly
1) Separate the jelly cubes and place in a bowl.
2) Add ½ pint of boiling water to the cubes and stir until dissolved.
3) Add ½ pint of your chosen wine and stir. Pour into your mould or serving dish/es.
4) Allow to cool, then refrigerate to set.
And that’s it!
There are a variety of differently flavoured jelly cubes and wine combinations to experiment with that we think could work. For this recipe you could easily use strawberry jelly cubes instead of raspberry if you prefer. We’ll definitely be experimenting with this in future as it’s so simple to do but makes a refreshing, tasty wine treat. Cheers! 🙂
Our little jelly experiment is presented in our Spiegelau Authentis Casual Tumblers.