Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Crystal Jelly Block



I made this jelly for my younger son to bring to his kindergarten class party.

11 comments:

Jess @ Bakericious said...

this needs a lot of work but very beautiful!

Esther said...

This must be very time consuming! you have to make all these different colors and then wait for them to separately firm up before making a whole finished jello. It's a very pretty jelly block. :)

DG said...

Beautiful Crystal Jelly! I always admire the colourful jelly floating around the block. And I always made when there is a party, since I inspired by your crystal marble jelly. Thanks for sharing :)

wendyywy @ Table for 2..... or more said...

I'm sure all the kids will love this.
Which kid won't like rainbow coloured stuff?
My kids will go crazy over this.

Happy Flour said...

Hi Jess, Dg and Esther,

Thanks for your compliment. :)

This is indeed a lot of work. I had to make the colourful cubes a day ahead then the next day I still have to spend about an hour++ to assemble the whole jelly layer by layer.

Happy Flour said...

Hi Wendyywy,

Thanks, everybody love this very much. I think next time I will have to make two blocks.

Alice said...

Hi Happpy Flour

This is beautiful crystal jelly, it is possible to share the receipe?

Anonymous said...

nice crystal jelly block, can you pls share yr recipt - thanks

javapot said...

hi, could u pls tell me what brand colouring used? Used Redman agar-agar powder and chef master gel colouring but the colours 'bled' so couldn't see the colours properly unlike yours. Any suggestions to avoid the bleeding? Maybe jelly solution too hot when poured? sigh..hope u can help as u know this is such a time consuming thing to do and so dissapointing when it comes out like that. TIA.

Happy Flour said...

Hi Javapot,

This is not agar-agar is jello. I didn't use any colouring.

javapot said...

ok noted tks