Party Food: Getting Jelly with it! « Mummy Knows Best - The hands-on mum's guide to cool kids' stuff

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So this year for his birthday we gave him a complete jelly treat. Lots of colour and?a variety of toppings. He was ecstatic! It’s?a quick, fun, sure-to-be-a-hit-with-kids idea for your next gathering.
Take a ready to make jelly in your choice of flavour. Make it according to instructions and when it’s time to set it just pour it into individual transparent disposable glasses. When the jelly is done pop a few Gems on it. See the kids drool over this simple yummy as you serve it.?You could give it a fruity twist by?replacing the Gems with slices of kiwi or grapes.

Two different flavours set in one glass will give it a double decker effect. Wait for the first round to completely set before you pour the second flavour on top of it. You can sandwich your topping in between the two colours. Another alternative is that you wait for the jelly to set a little before putting in the fruit slice. This way your fruit slice does not sink to the bottom and looks like its floating in the jelly!

If you are planning to serve it as a dessert, top it with a scoop of vanilla icecream.
For adults, you can do the ensemble in a flute glass.

8 Responses to “Party Food: Getting Jelly with it!”

  1. Manokamana says:

    Priyanka, This sounds like so much fun!!! And so simple at the sametime!! Planning to try it for our next get together with friends coming Saturday night……

  2. ben10andbarbie says:

    Hi….this is a nice variation on the trifle i’ve usually had..personally, i dont like the custard part of the trifle too much, and used to find just-jelly a tad boring too :) this is good,simple and eye-appealing too m sure…jelly in 2 colours and fruit pcs. i dont think the gems will work too well, though.

    • Priyanka says:

      b10b…the gems was a hit with the kids at my son’s party do tell us what works for the kids at your party…maybe some edible cake decorations like sprinkles in different shapes?

  3. priya says:

    Lovely. Am going to try this soon and then hope to redo for the tots bday. Thanx :)

  4. Rakhee says:


    Just had a Winnie the Pooh party for my 4 year old and this was one of the ideas I implemented. The kids loved it, but the only disadvantage was that things got a trifle messy – some kids managed to spill jelly all over the place.

    Shopped for all the decorations and goodies at Crawford market – made full use of your suggestions there too.

    I also got the leaf plates from the Shraddha Charitable trust – from another post of yours. So thanks a lot.

    One more thing I wanted to share was a return gift idea – since it was a winnie the pooh part and pooh bear loves honey – I gave away 200 gms jars of honey away from Under the Mango Tree (UTMT) as a return gift. Priced at Rs.160 each, if you order in bulk they’ll give a 10% discount and they deliver at home too. I like to give some sort of meaningful gift and I think this worked well.



  5. Preeti says:

    Jelly is favorite of all kids. once i tried to make a jelly at home but it was a very bad try.after that i never tried to make it, but after reading your post i think its not so difficult to make a jelly.well lets try it one more time.