Orange Lime Jelly

Yummy Bakes | 9:06 AM |
Won't you just love to tuck into this orange lime jelly on a hot day?

My colleague passed me this recipe and I thought I thought I saw it somewhere....

Yes, I remembered seeing it at Technicolor Kitchen by Patricia Scarpin and its very easy with ingredients conveniently available at supermarkets.

Recipe source: Technicolor Kitchen

80ml water
5 tsp gelatine powder
660ml freshly squeezed orange juice
160ml freshly squeezed lime juice
5 tbsp caster sugar (superfine), or to taste sweetened whipped cream to serve

1.  Place the water in a small bowl and sprinkle over the gelatine.  Allow to stand for 5 minutes.

2. Combine the orange juice and lime juice and the sugar in a medium saucepan and cook over medium heat stirring until sugar dissolved.  Reduce heat to low, add the gelatine and whisk until dissolved.

3. Remove from heat, strain mixture into a jug then divide evenly among eight 120ml capacity glasses or cups.  Let cool to room temperature then refrigerate for 4-5 hours or until firm.

4. Top jellies with whipped cream and serve (I omitted the whipped cream)

Enjoy ....


  1. hahaa...your colleague is so smart! Always passed you recipes so you can try and share with them. The lime jelly looks very refreshing indeed :)

  2. The jelly looks so inviting! It would be lovely to have them on a hot day. So refreshing!

  3. Hello from SPAIN VIGO ... is my first visit to your blog .. I'm still .. I love sweets and recipes .. I invite you to share my recipes and blog ... greetings

  4. this look really refreshing!! (: (: and is lovely! (:

  5. this jelly looks so refreshing!

  6. Anncoo - I try and I learnt too. :)

    Judy - so glad to hear from you after a long absence.

    garlutti - thanks for dropping by.

    Jess, Alice - agree very refreshing.

  7. did you save one for me? i just saw joyce making some ice cream just now and now i want this too!

  8. lena - thought you are still away on holiday. No more - next time will remember to save for you.


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