How to Make Jelly Juice Using Your Favorite Powdered Juice

Updated on August 1, 2019
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How to make jelly juice using your favorite powdered juice
How to make jelly juice using your favorite powdered juice | Source

Jelly juice is a combination of jelly and juice. It is the only juice you can actually drink and eat at the same time. The most popular brand in the UK that makes this snack is called Naturelly, and they offer different flavors such as summer fruits, tropical fruits, and apple and blackcurrant. Japan has its own version of this snack, as well. I have tried many flavors over the years, including apple, grape, kiwi, and pineapple, to name few.

I am no longer a kid, but I loved having this drinkable snack when I visited both the UK and Japan—so I re-created the recipe at home. I like to use a combination of mango-powdered juice and mango-powdered gelatin, but you can make your own version using your favorite flavor. It's really easy to make, and even if you're an adult, I think you will love it, just like me.

Ingredients for jelly juice
Ingredients for jelly juice | Source

Ingredients

  • 25 grams powdered juice
  • 25 grams powdered gelatin
  • 7 to 8 cups water
  • 1/4 cup white sugar
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Utensils for the ingredients
Utensils for the ingredients | Source
Utensils for the ingredients
Utensils for the ingredients | Source
Utensils for cooking
Utensils for cooking | Source

Utensils

For Preparing the Ingredients:

  • 1 large bowl
  • 3 small bowls
  • Measuring cups

For Cooking the Jelly Juice:

  • Pot
  • Whisk

Cook Time and Yield

Prep time: 1 min
Cook time: 4 min
Ready in: 5 min
Yields: 4

Mango Jelly Juice Step-by-Step Procedure

Instructions

  1. Mix and dilute all ingredients in a pot.
  2. Bring it to boil. Turn off the heat.
  3. Set aside and let it cool a bit.
  4. Transfer the jelly juice in a pitcher.
  5. Store it inside the fridge. Serve while still cold.

Finished Product

Mango jelly juice
Mango jelly juice | Source

Tips and Techniques

  1. Add less or more water if needed. The less water, the firmer the jelly (and vice versa). Ideally, add an extra cup of water based on the water requirement of the powdered gelatin.
  2. Adjust sugar based on preference.
  3. Choose any flavored juice.
  4. Replace plain gelatin mix with flavored gelatin.

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      • dredcuan profile imageAUTHOR

        Dred Cuan 

        12 months ago from California

        Hi Liz,

        Thank you! Not onky these recipes are easy, but also very affordable as well.

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        Liz Westwood 

        12 months ago from UK

        I am enjoying your series of easy recipes. You have some great ideas.

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