[ sunday baking ] jelly slice

First time ever I make this jelly slice, it’s very easy and very refreshing.  With its biscuits base, creamy filling, and jelly on top, it’s my kids favorite’s dessert!

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Ingredients:

250g plain sweet biscuits ( I used Arnott’s Milk Arrowroot biscuits)

175g butter, melted

pinch of ground cinnamon

395g can sweetened condensed milk

1/2 cup strained lemon juice

3/4 cup boiling water

2 tspn gelatine powder

85g red jelly crystals

Method:

  • Grease and line the base and sides of a 20cm x 30cm slicepan, extending paper 2cm above the sides of the pan.
  • Process biscuits in a food processor to fine crumbs.  Add butter and cinnamon and process again.  Press biscuit mixture into the base of prepared pan.  Chill for 30 minutes or until firm.
  • Combine condensed milk with lemon juice in medium bowl.
  • Combine boiling water and gelatine in a small jug.  Stir until completely dissolved, then stir into condensed milk mixture.  Pour over biscuit base and return to the refrigerator for 1 hour or until set.
  • Meanwhile prepare jelly according to packet instructions, using 100ml less cold water than directed.  Allow to come to room temperature.  Pour jelly mixture over set milk filling.  Chill for a further 1 hour or until jelly is set.

( the boys poked on the jelly topping, as the result you can see it on the picture above! )

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Happy Sunday you all!

Note: Recipe is from Taste.com

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Hi I'm Ria! I'm a mama, wife, and a little crazy :) I like eating chocolate, baking, and taking photos of pretty things. This is a personal blog. Mostly I'm rambling about my every day life as a mama, wife, & human being, sharing my home cooking recipes, my travel, and a bit of fashion and beauty. Thanks for dropping by here and happy reading! xx

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