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Jelly Slice

by Charlotte Jain (follow)
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Jelly slice is a colourful, classic Australian desert. The biscuit base gives texture to complement the creamy filling and jelly top. A café staple, ready to make in your own home!



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Preparation Time: 30 minutes
Makes: 12 servings

Ingredients
250g sweet biscuits, crushed
125g butter, melted
1/2 cup lemon juice
1 can condensed milk
1 3/4 tablespoons gelatine
250ml boiling water
85g jelly crystals, any colour



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Method
To make the base layer:
Crush sweet biscuits to a medium-fine grained powder using a rolling pin.



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Melt the butter and pour it over the crushed biscuit. Mix well.



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Grease a deep baking tray. Place the biscuit/butter mixture into the tray and press down to form a firm biscuit layer. Chill in the refrigerator while you make the filling.



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To make the filling (middle layer):

Place the lemon juice in a clean bowl.
Add a full tin of condensed milk.



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Beat well with an electric mixer to form a smooth mix.



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In a separate bowl, dissolve gelatine in boiling/hot water, using a fork to whisk.



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Gelatine, half dissolved


Once dissolved, add the gelatine to the lemon/condensed milk mix. Beat well with an electric mixer.
Remove the baking tray containing the biscuit layer from the refrigerator. Pour filling mixture over the biscuit layer and return to the refrigerator to set.



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To make top layer:
Select your favourite coloured jelly. In a bowl, make the jelly according to packet instructions except with half the water so that the top layer will be fairly firm. Mix the jelly crystals with half the water explained on the packet instructions. For example, if the jelly crystals packet says to dissolve the crystals in 250ml of boiling water then add 200ml of cold water, USE 125ml of boiling water and 100ml cold water!
Once the middle layer has set, pour the jelly on top and return to refrigerator to set.



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Once the jelly has set, slice to serve, and enjoy.



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Categories
#Jelly
#Cafe
#Dessert
#Slice
#Treats
#Biscuits
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Jelly slice has been our family favourite for the last 35years and still is greatly loved
I know of the 'Great Sandy Desert', & the 'Simpson Desert' here, but not 'Jelly Slice Desert'!
Lol!
Your Jelly looks awesome. I love this recipe .
Thanks for sharing .. afternoon lunch Wednesday, cant wait to try this .. look yammmy
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