Recipe: Strawberry jelly jars

We all love strawberries and, as they are in season, you can enjoy them on their own with cream and sugar or try something a bit more adventurous.

Kids will love getting involved in this recipe, which could work for breakfast or dessert. Yhey can be stored in the fridge or taken to work, as we return to our offices.

Try Aldi’s Austin Jelly Jars. There are alcoholic and non-alcoholic versions. They could also be transported for a family picnic.
You can make your own jelly from scratch with the strawberry-flavoured, sugar-free jelly crystals, which are combined with fresh strawberry slices, blueberries and Austin’s Summer Punch for that extra little kick. Refreshingly cool and syrupy sweet, these desserts are bound to fulfil all of your fruity desires and are perfect for keeping you hydrated in the heat!
Aldi’s Austin Jelly Jars
2 Sachets Delicious Desserts Strawberry Flavour Sugar-Free Jelly Crystals
370ml Austin’s Summer Punch
570ml Boiling Water
100ml Cold Water
400g Strawberries, sliced
150g Blueberries
Place half the strawberries and blueberries evenly between the jars.
Pour the jelly crystals into the boiling water and stir until they have dissolved.
Add the Austin’s Summer Punch and cold water to this mix and stir.*
Pour over the fruit in the jars until half full and place in the fridge to set for an hour.
When the jellies have set, evenly distribute the remaining fruit across the jars and pour the rest of the jelly over the top (this prevents all the fruit settling at the bottom).
Leave in the fridge for another 1-2 hours.
*For children, replace Austin’s with 185ml of cold water.



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