Easy to make jelly: nice flavour. It’s almost too good to be true: a raspberry jelly, extremely easy to make, and no calories. Well, 2,5 calories per serving, but that’s nothing is it?you just pour the jelly powder (8 g) into 100 ml of cold water and stir until dissolved. Then you add 400 ml boiling water and stir. Place this into a serving dish or mould and wait for it to cool at room temperature. That’s itit doesn’t really taste artificial: it has a nice raspberry flavour. The best part: you can eat this as much as you like.
I have been a vegetarian for 13 years now, so it had been a long time since i had eaten jelly so when i saw this i was keen to try it and its really nicei used a jelly mold and it kept shape brilliantly. It says on the packet that it doesnt need to be put in the fridge, however i feel it benefits from being chilled (and served with ice cream). I will be trying more flavours soon.
Good product – never any problems.
Sets in minutes without refridgeration. Sets to a lovely solid consistancy. Perfect for making in ice cube trays and making fresh fruit, jelly kebab sticks. The jelly does not stick to the mould and comes out perfectly.
This jelly is by far the best jelly i have eaten. It tastes far superior to any jelly you can buy at the supermarkets. We’ve eaten it with tinned peaches and fresh nectarines, both of which turned out brilliant. However, be warned that each sachet comes in its own individual box, which means that with all this excess packaging the delivery box won’t fit through your letter box.
Simply Delish Sugar Free Lime Jelly (Pack of 24) : Much better than any other sugar free jelly i have ever tried. My diabetic husband loves it. I love it and any one i have made it for loves it.