Feb 142017
 
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Custard Jelly Cups is a refreshingly quick and easy dessert made with raspberry jelly topped with vanilla custard and garnished with roasted cashew slivers. I love this jelly custard combo – it’s bright and beautiful and perfect as a Valentine’s Day sweet treat. Not one spoonful of the custard & jelly will be left!

Custard Jelly Cups Recipe

Custard Jelly Cups

In this simple jelly custard recipe, jelly is first set in small glass cups, then custard is poured over the set jelly, cooled and refrigerated. I used store-bought jelly crystals and custard powder to make the dessert. They are very convenient and taste swell.

The layered jelly and custard has layer upon layer of delightful sweetness! It’s so easy to make and you can add your own little delicious twist to it 🙂 I sometimes add lots of seasonal fruit to the custard jelly (you can experiment with cherries, wafers, caramel, whipped cream, chocolate chips or strawberry sauce.

Custard Jelly Cups Recipe:

Layered jelly and custard recipe

Vanilla custard with jelly is a colourful and yummy dessert. A classically simple delicacy, this two-layered jelly with custard dessert, is an all-time favourite.

Since it’s made with instant custard powder and jelly crystals, you can make this in minutes. This is a lovely light dessert that the whole family will love, especially kids. You can get them to help out with this jelly and custard in a glass recipe.

How to make custard jelly cups step by step:

To make jelly custard cups, prepare the jelly as per the packet instructions (just use about 100ml less water than what’s mentioned on the pack to ensure you get thick jelly that sets real well) – take the jelly crystals and premix sachet in a clean, dry bowl.

Raspberry jelly premix

Mix the jelly crystals and premix together.

Mix jelly concentrate and crystals for jelly custard slice

 

Boil 400 ml water in a vessel, cool for a minute. Pour the hot water over the jelly crystals and premix. Stir until completely dissolved and you get a clear solution..

Dissolve jelly crystals for custard with jelly

Half fill 5 small glass cups with raspberry jelly.  Allow to set completely at room temperature – about 45 minutes.

Pour raspberry jelly into glasses for jelly recipe

Meanwhile heat 1/2 tsp oil in a pan and add the cashews. Roast to a golden brown, remove and keep aside.

Roast the cashews for dessert recipe

Take 4 level tbsp of vanilla custard powder in a small bowl.

Vanilla custard powder for jelly on custard

Stir in 3 tbsp of cold milk and keep stirring until you get a smooth paste.

Vanilla custard paste for easy desserts with custard

Pour the remaining milk into a vessel and heat over a medium flame till bubbles start to form. Then add 3 tbsp sugar. Mix well till the sugar dissolves.

Boil milk with sugar for custard jelly recipe

Slowly mix in the custard powder paste into the milk. Stir the custard mixture well on a low flame till it starts to thicken.

Thick custard for jelly and custard dessert

Cool the prepared custard for a couple of minutes and pour over the set jelly.

custard on jelly

Allow the custard with jelly to totally cool down and then refrigerate the custard jelly cups.

Cool jelly with custard

Garnish the custard jelly layer with cashew slivers just before serving.

Cashew topping for jelly with custard

Serve Chilled Vanilla Custard Jelly Cups as a dessert.

Jelly custard dessert recipe

If you are looking for more dessert recipes, do try out Raspberry Bars and Rasgulla Payesh.

Layered Jelly and Custard Recipe details below:

Custard Jelly Cups Recipe
 
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The temptingly delicious custard jelly cups are fun and look so very cute. You can easily tweak the custard on jelly recipe by using different flavours or toppings. Best jelly custard cups recipe is super-easy, super-lovely and super-tasty!
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Recipe type: Dessert
Cuisine: Continental
Serves: 5
Ingredients
For jelly:
  • Jelly crystals – 1 pkt
  • Water - 400 ml
For custard:
  • Custard powder – 4 tbsp
  • Milk – 500ml
  • Sugar – 3 tbsp
  • Roasted cashews – 1 tbsp
  • Oil – ½ tsp
Instructions
  1. Prepare jelly according to packet instructions – take the jelly mix and concentrate in a clean, dry bowl. Mix well.
  2. Boil 400 ml water, cool for a minute and pour over the jelly powder. Mix well, ensuring no lumps.
  3. Pour the jelly till half in 5 glasses or cups and allow to set at room temperature – it takes about 45 minutes.
  4. Meanwhile, heat a little oil in a pan and fry the cashews till they turn golden brown in colour. Remove and set aside.
  5. Mix 4 tbsp of vanilla custard powder with 3 tbsp of cold milk (taken from 500ml milk) in a bowl and keep aside. Boil the remaining milk in a milk pan.
  6. Then mix in 3 tbsp sugar. Stir till the sugar dissolves completely.
  7. Add the custard paste slowly to the boiling milk and stir continuously to prevent the custard from getting burnt. Simmer on a low flame till the custard turns smooth and thick. Turn off the flame and cool the custard for 1-2 minutes.
  8. Pour the prepared custard over the half-filled jelly cups. Allow to cool completely and refrigerate for a minimum of 2 hours.
  9. Just before serving, remove the jelly custard cup from the refrigerator and sprinkle roasted cashew slivers over the top.
  10. Serve layered raspberry jelly with vanilla custard chilled as a dessert.
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 106g Calories: 67 Fat: 2g Carbohydrates: 10g Sugar: 10g Protein: 2g Cholesterol: 4mg

 

Shil is a freelance writer, professional blogger, foodie, health advocate and travel enthusiast.

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