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Refreshing Fruit Jelly. Capture fresh fruit flavor with these jelly jam recipes. Raspberry Peach Jam JUMP TO RECIPE. This gelatin dessert can be made as healthy or as sweet as you may prefer.
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Ingredients of Refreshing Fruit Jelly
- Prepare 1 cup of boiling water.
- Prepare 2 package of lemon gelatin (3 oz per package).
- It's 2 cup of chilled soda (I used Sprite).
- Prepare 1 cup of red grapes, halved, deseeded.
- It's 1/2 cup of blueberry.
- You need 1/2 cup of canned pineapple, chopped.
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Refreshing Fruit Jelly step by step
- Combine boiling water with lemon gelatin, stir until the gelatin is dissolved..
- Pour soda and stir..
- Keep in the fridge for 45-60 minutes..
- Mix the mixture with fruits. Pour into molds..
- Refrigerate for at least 4 hours until set..
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