Bursting with Fruit Juice! Sparkling Jelly Treats
I made this through trial and error and finally reached this. It is refreshing in the summer, and the combination of the textures of sugar and gelatin became a texture that my children like.
This will stick even if you wet the mold, so make sure to spread parchment paper. These will have a nicer firmness 2~3 days after making them, and the granulated sugar will have sunk in, making them more delicious.
This is made using gelatin, so I store it in the fridge to prolong the texture. Recipe by Soraten mama
|200 ml||100% fruit juice (I used apple juice in the photo)|
|150 grams||Caster sugar or granulated sugar|
|1 grams||Powdered kanten|
|1 tbsp||Boiling water|
Heat over high until it comes to a boil.
Adjust the heat little by little after bringing it to a boil to prevent boiling over, and reduce while stirring with a spatula.
Beware of reducing too much.
After it has thickened overall, and is opaque on the spatula, turn off the heat. There should be somewhat large bubbles.
Spread out parchment paper in a bento box, etc.
You will not heat it in this, so you can secure the edges with tape.
Add soaked gelatin to the juice liquid, mix well, and pour into the mold.
After it has solidified, spread out the parchment paper, and cut into pieces while coating in granulated sugar.
Or use cookie cutters (I used grape juice here).
I used a star-shaped cutter in the top photo.
I cut these into squares.