Wibble wobble, wibble wobble, jelly on my plate...or, in this case, presented in pretty glasses to wow your guests. These gorgeous jellies will all slip down very easily and have the added benefit of being in low in fat. What could be better?
All that's involved here is a quick-dissolving packet jelly and a generous amount of port and claret. For this reason it is strictly an adult jelly, so I'm afraid drivers will have to have something else.
Lovely light jellies for those who find a traditional Christmas pudding just a little too filling after all that goose or turkey! The cider adds frothy bubbles to the syllabub as long as you make it just before serving...
Some people find a traditional Christmas pudding a bit too heavy at the end of a meal: if this is you, you'll love this alternative as it's lighter but still has all the flavours of the real thing.
I always like to serve a jelly at Christmas time because when there is a lot of rich food around it is so nice to have something cool, light and refreshing at the end of a meal. This one is incredibly simple, but don't be tempted to jazz it up – we'v
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