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Help - adding frozen fruit to jelly

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  1. big bear

    big bear A bear on a mission!

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    Hi I've just made 1/2 pint of jelly. I've got frozen berries that I want to add, should I add them now or top up to a pint & then add?

    Or do I defrost them in micro?

    I also want to mix a muller light to make a mousse, I just don't know what way to do it..

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  3. woodmouse

    woodmouse Gold Member

    various then S&S/Paleo now 5:2 with 16.8
    I used to make frozen berries in jelly a lot. I would tip a large quantity of the frozen berries into a serving bowl, make up a pack of sugar free jelly crystals with about three quarters of a pint of boiling water (stirring like crazy) and pour this onto the berries straight away, stirring them round a bit so they were separate from each other, and pushing any that floated under the surface. I found the jelly set almost instantly round the fruit and because the berries were coated with jelly they didn't leak much juice as they thawed out - and they thawed almost instantly too!

    Sorry I can't answer the Muller Light question but it's probably in the recipe section somewhere.
  4. Mrs.S.

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    Same as pp poster RE the fruit, no need to defrost.

    Add the muller light when you've made the Kelly up to a pint, allow to cool for half hour then whisk in the muller.

    Enjoy! X
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