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3-ingredient jelly cubes

If you're looking for a fun snack for kids this summer, try these super easy 3-ingredient jelly cubes. Pick your favourite combinations of jelly and fruit for a fun, low-sugar sweet treat.

  1. Mix

    In a jug, mix together your chosen flavour of jelly (we used orange) with the boiling water until all the crystals have dissolved. Set aside to cool until slightly thickened.

    Mix
  2. Divide

    Divide the fruit between the holes of a silicone ice cube tray. This will fill about 14 holes depending on size.

    Divide
  3. Pour

    Pour the jelly over the fruit and up to the top of each mould. Chill for 1 hour or until set.

    Pour
  4. Serve

    Pop the jellies out of the tray to serve - you may need a palate knife to help ease them out.

    Makes 12-16 jelly cubes

    Serve
  5. Top tips

    Silicone ice cube trays make it easier to remove the jellies. If using a plastic mould, lightly brushing with vegetable oil will make the cubes easier to remove.

    Fruits such as kiwi and pineapple will prevent the jelly from setting, so stick to berries and tropical fruit.

  6. Ingredients

    You need just 3-ingredients to make these super easy jelly cubes:

    23g Hartleys sugar free jelly e.g. lime, raspberry, strawberry or orange
    200ml boiling water
    80g chopped fresh fruit e.g. strawberries, mango, blueberries or raspberries

    Each serving contains

    • Energy

      55kj
      50kcal
      3%
    • Fat

      1g 1%
    • Saturates

      0g 1%
    • Sugars

      2g 2%
    • Salt

      0.1g 0%

    of the reference intake
    Carbohydrate 2.3g Protein 1g Fibre 0.6g