These guys are booze-filled, oh-so-pretty and totally for adults

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Image: Glitz and glam jellies: they're definitely not for kids

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Ah jelly. Wobbly, gorgeous and the food hero of all our of childhoods. Guess what jelly lovers? We have news. It's back and it's had a proper grown-up makeover. It’s even become a wedding must-have. Here are some super-easy, super-tasty recipes to wow your friends this weekend. Or, you know, make and eat them yourself while watching Netflix …

 

Strawberry and prosecco jellies

Experiment with different fruits if you fancy.

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Strawberry and Prosecco jellies

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Rosé poached peach melba jelly

Retro peach melba gets an update in this tempting little number.

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Strawberry and rosé jelly

Had a heavy meal but still want dessert? Bring out this crowd-pleaser.

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Plum jelly with elderflower chantilly

Topped off with crystallised basil leaves. What style.

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Mango raspberry jelly with pomegranate and chia seeds

Want to find out how to get this asymmetric pattern? Here you go ...

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Sparkly plum and sloe gin jelly

Edible silver leaf puts this jelly on the A-List.

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Sparkly plum and sloe gin jelly

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Our 3 favourite jelly moulds guaranteed to cause a wobble

Three ways to break the mould.

 

1. Party pooch jelly mould

The ultimate wobbly woofer (don't blame us … that's the sell on their website).

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2. Giant jelly baby mould

Because jelly babies are the ultimate things in jelly form. This is a homage to that. 

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3. Rainbow jelly mould

You can use this jelly mould and four different colours of jelly to make a rainbow-shaped colourful dessert. We want one. Now.

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Getting the jelly out of the mould in one piece

Don’t bash it about and hope that it’s going to come out. Try these tips instead:

 

  1. Brush or spray a thin layer of flavourless oil (such as sunflower or vegetable oil) all over the inside of your mould to stop the jelly sticking
  2. Carefully run a knife around the edge of the mould once the jelly is set to loosen it up a bit
  3. Dip the mould briefly in very hot water (for about 10 seconds) before you invert it on a plate
  4. Invert it, tap it, say a little prayer and leave it. Eventually it will fall out. It’s the law of gravity.

 

 

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