Stained Glass Dessert

Jewel’s Stained Glass dessert is always a great hit at parties and BBQs. It looks impressive and draws lots of “Oohs and Ahhs”



It is simple to make, just follow the instructions. After you master the technique try altering the base flavour. E/G. Pineapple, Coconut, Frangelico (hazelnut), Mango, etc.

You will need a Tupperware ring mould to make it the same but if you haven’t got one……. find something else of a suitable nature. Even a loaf tin will work.

The Method:

A mould as shown holds …. 1350ml

Make 3-4 different coloured jellies in shallow trays so you can cut into 25mm cubes. (make 50% firmer than the recipe on packet) This can be done the day before if you wish.

To fill mould:

Pineapple jelly (1 packet) makes 250ml
250ml pineapple  juice or any other juice you like
1 can (375ml) evaporated milk
Maybe some cream if you think it will not fill the mould (remember you will be adding jelly cubes so don’t fill to the brim)
2 teaspoon of gelatine melted in pineapple juice

Heat pineapple juice, add jelly crystals stir well cool a little add evaporated milk and cream if desired. As this starts to cool tip into mould and allow to NEARLY start setting. At this time throw in (gently) the 3 – 4 jellies that you have cut into cubes. Leftover jelly cubes can be given to the kids !!!