Ingredients - 2 packs of Aeroplane 'Create-a-Jelly' and 1 can of lychees.
How it works is that you add to each pack of jelly the required amount of boiled water and your chosen juice or flavour. I can't remember exactly what the volume was but my 2 packs of jelly worked with that 1 can of lychees. This is probably the perfect recipe if you're planning to make a dessert and haven't had time to check the exact quantities that you need. Note that with the lychees, you'll need to use up all the juice in the can (so don't start straining it).
I made my jellies in these moulds I had sitting at home. A lesson I learnt is that make sure you've got the bottoms firmly tightened on (else you'll have the case of the disappearing jelly and a wet bench - my dad was fascinated with what I was doing for awhile until the jelly was running over the bench and he just shook his head). And yep, one of our moulds is jumbo sized!!
The jelly probably looks better in the pic above where they're in their colourful moulds. After refrigerating, I tried to unmould and here's what they looked like - jelly was stuck to the sides. Mum reckons it was cause the jelly wasn't quite firm enough (i.e. I had too much liquid in it).Ugly jellies or not, these tasted great and were super easy to make. I know jelly isn't hard to make at all but I think Aeroplane have done a good job with this 'Create-a-Jelly'; it actually works and it's not expensive. Anyway, I've already started thinking of some flavours I'll get around to - Longan, Pineapple. Mum was thinking Coconut. Typing this post and drinking my can of Grass Jelly, I'm thinking that Grass Jelly might work too or how about a can of green tea? I'll keep you posted!