Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Coffee Jelly

A no-cook, no-bake dessert. Mix, chill and serve, yup, that easy!

before chilling

Ingredients:
  • jelly (gulaman) powder
  • coffee
  • condense milk
  • all-purpose cream
  • sugar, optional
  • water (for the jelly mix)
close-up shot

Procedures:
  • Cook the jelly (gulaman) powder according to package instructions. Be sure to add a liberal amount of coffee but not too much, as you don't want your jelly to become super bitter. If and when you went overboard, a sprinkle of sugar will do the trick *wink*. Cool and cut it into cubes.
  • In a deep bowl, preferably one with a lid, mix the jelly with the rest of the ingredients (condense milk, all-purpose cream).
  • Here's the deal - if and when you made the jelly a little bland, mix a little amount of coffee on the condense milk and all-purpose cream mixture like what you usually do in a tiramisu mix to reinforce the coffee taste in the cream and cover the lack thereof in the jelly.
  • Taste test, tweak until you're satisfied and then, chill.
chilled coffee jelly

An ambrosia for the coffee lovers :)

badge made by willa

17 comments:

Cheerful said...

i love coffee and these sounds really great and thank you for sharing your recipe! visiting you late, sorry! wishing you a blessed week! -PinayMum - Mommy's Life Around...

Jenn said...

Hi Anya! Sorry, my comment was late.. thanks for joining Weekend Eating. This is one great dessert, and now that it is summer, I think this would make a good cool-off food.

Ask Ms Recipe said...

Stopping in with from Ask Ms Recipe. I've got a food linky on Marvelous Menu for you to link so we can visit each other. It's posted on Monday, no need for menu anything food related is okay.

Until Next time,
Nina

[pinkc00kies] said...

sarap... i love anything with coffee! :D

Interesting Pictures said...

mmm ... look yummy

reyah said...

wow, i think i will gonna love this and of course so easy to make...

Silvergirl said...

wow i will try that :P thanks

Pinoy Reviewer said...

Looks great! Now I am thirsty! :D I am gonna try it soon!

toto said...

hmmm... like delicious food. I like it... how to make this food?

Mars @ The Life Encounters said...

Thanks for sharing this. :) Doing my adgitize hop and stumbled upon your blog. I'm surely going to make this one as one of our weekend dessert! ^^

aliz said...

gusto ko ng coffee jelly, makopya nga yan minsan, I'm craving for it talaga...

Steve n Vickie said...

I think my husband would love this. I always tease him about needing to hook him up to a coffee IV.

Anonymous said...

hi.. just want to add some more ingredients to make your coffee jelly more appetizing, you can add cheese and put a small amount of coffee in your mixture of condensed milk and all purpose cream... so that you can taste the coffee even more

Dave said...

doing this today .

Sammie Ng said...

Hi! I'm going to try doing your method. :) Is it okay if the coffee is yung mga ready mix kind? Like mga 3 in 1 or ready mix Cappuccinos? :)

ysabel lamar said...

Can i know the yield of the coffee jelly recipe? And also the amount of each ingredient? Thank you so much! This recipe is great!

ysabel lamar said...

Can i know the yield of the coffee jelly recipe? And also the amount of each ingredient? Thank you so much! This recipe is great!