Sloe Gin Jelly with Prosecco


These boozy jellies are finished with some sparkle for an extra festive touch.

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  • Serves 6

  • Prep time 15 mins

    plus chilling
  • Total time 15 mins

    plus chilling
  • Skill level Easy

  • Calories 100 per serving

  • Costs Cheap as chips


  • 4 leaves gelatine
  • 6tbsp sloe gin
  • 4tbsp sugar
  • 350ml Prosecco
  • 125g cranberries
  • edible glitter, to decorate
You will need:
  • 6 cocktail or martini glasses


Sloe gin jelly with Prosecco is a grown up take on a childhood favourite. These individual jellies are finished with some festive sparkle, making them perfect for Christmas dinner parties, or as a lighter option for a Christmas dessert. Sloe gin is made by infusing gin with sloe berries, a grape-like fruit that is beautiful to look at but less pleasant to taste before it's treated. The berries may not be the best choice to eat on their own, but they work perfectly when soaked in alcohol, making sloe gin an iconic and popular tipple. This easy dessert is sophisticated, festive, and celebrates a much loved British product.


  1. Soften the gelatine in a bowl of cold water. Gently warm the sloe gin and sugar in a small pan then add the gelatine to the mixture and stir until it has dissolved.
  2. Pour the jelly mixture into a jug and add the Prosecco. Stir well and then pour into glasses (pop them on a baking tray for ease) and allow to semi-set for around 30 minutes before adding the cranberries.
  3. Return the jellies to the fridge for another 20 minutes to set, then sprinkle with glitter to serve.