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If you fancy Jelly for pudding, but want to make a more grown up version for your dessert (opens in new tab), why not try this boozy jelly recipe? With limoncello and prosecco, this dessert is super quick to throw together but tastes extra special – it’s perfect for any occasions you might have coming up, whether it’s a birthday or a dinner party (opens in new tab).
Serve this recipe up in individual glasses for a really posh looking treat after your main meal – but you’re guests never have to know how easy it actually is to whip up. Making this special boozy dish takes just 15 minutes, plus a little time to set, so it’s a great recipe to try if you want a special dessert for your next dinner party but don’t have hours to slave over something fancy.
What’s more, this recipe can be prepped ahead – so it’s a great one to have ready in the fridge waiting to go when you get round to having dessert.
HOW TO MAKE LIMONCELLO AND PROSECCO JELLY
- Place the gelatine leaves in a bowl of cold water for 5 minutes or until soft. Squeeze the leaves and discard the water.
- Put the limoncello into a bowl that fits snugly over a pan of boiling water, add the gelatine and sugar and heat gently until dissolved. Remove from the heat, add the Prosecco and pour into a jug.
- Very carefully and slowly, pour over the jelly into the glasses until each glass is almost full. Refrigerate until set. Top with gold glitter to serve.
- 5 leaves gelatine
- 350ml Prosecco
- 1tbsp caster sugar
- 6tbsp limoncello
- edible gold glitter, for sprinkling
Top Tip for making Limoncello and Prosecco Jelly
Use this recipe as a base, but instead of limoncello, try it with Grand Marnier, Cointreau or raspberry liqueur
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