Sunday, July 7, 2013


My son has been asking  jelly for quite some time now. I prefer to make my own instead of buying simply to avoid a ton of sugar, artificial flavors and coloring from those ready made ones.

Prepare this Fruity Jello before bed or while you are making dinner for a fast and filling breakfast the next day.  Using mixture of dried fruit. rolled oat and dragon fruit, this jelly is refreshingly fabulous.

You can use this recipe to make just about any kind of jelly. Which fruit to use is totally up to you, feel free to create your own combo of dried fruit and fresh fruit that suits your taste  also make use of unique mold that your kid would love.

Serves   :    2-3

1 tablespoon agar powder
1.5 cup milk/fruit juice
1 cup water
1/2 cup sugar
1/4 cup rolled oat
1/2 cup dried mixed fruit
1/2 cup fresh fruit cubed


Dissolve agar powder in 1 cup water and milk in a deep pot..

Add in sugar, stirring continuously  heat until it begins to boil. using medium heat.

Remove from heat, mix in rolled oat, fresh fruit  and dried fruit, stir well.

Pour mixture onto rinsed mould, let cool slightly. Refrigerate until firm.

Serve cold.

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Jaleela Banu said...

looks delicious

Anna Qawina said...

Wahhh..berpagi2 I nampak jely ni..mengiurkan betul..

Guru Uru said...

Your homemade jelly looks much tastier than the artificial stuff!
Beautiful :)


Ramya Krishnamurthy said...

lovely yummy jello Nora.lovely recipes in your space.happy to follow your space

Sona - quick picks/pick quicks said...

ooh wow !!! this is soo cool..esp with the addition of oats. But, just a small doubt, don;t we have to cook the oats ?

Rafeeda AR said...

beautiful looking pudding...

kitchen queen said...

yummy lip smacking recipe.

Winnie said...

How beautiful these look !!
I have no doubt the taste is great

Leslie @ Violet Imperfection said...

It almost looks too pretty to eat!

Thank you for linking up to Raising Imperfection!
Make sure to check back on Friday to see if you were featured.

Raising Reagan said...

My grandmother makes one very similar and while I am not a huge jello fan, I must admit, I'll still eat it :)

Thank you for linking to Raising Imperfection.
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mail4rosey said...

That looks nice and cool and delicious!

Tina said...

This looks really good! I'm so afraid of agar-agar, but I need to get brave and try it. We love red dragonfruit too, so I know my kids would love it. Where are you located? We are in Penang.

Thanks for linking up to Raising Imperfection this week while I'm a co-hostess! Please come back to Mommynificent on Friday to see if you were featured.

Have a magnificent day!


Priya Suresh said...

Very refreshing and catchy.

Rosita Vargas said...

Estupenda receta como siempre muy exquisita y además muy bonita,saludos y abrazos.

Asha Shivakumar said...

Thanks for stopping by the blog. The jello looks so colorful and it's made with agar is a sure plus.

Juliana said...

So interesting this recipe of jello with oar...looks very pretty...I am sure that you son was very happy in seeing this jello :)
Have a great week!

mjskit said...

I've always wanted to know how to make my own jello and now I do. Thanks! Your molded jello treat looks perfect. I bet your son was very happy!

zareena said...

Looks lovely and Perfectly done...

Jess said...

This looks so pretty!! :)

Thanks for joining the Link Up this week!

Honeybee GB said...

Looks delicious. I remember I still have dragon fruits and agar in my stock, so I definitely will try this. for the kids of course, since I'm on diet. :)


Erin @ Table for 7 said...

looks very good and perfect for a summer party!
Thanks so much for linking up at Share Your Stuff Tuesdays..hope to see you again next week!

Winnie said...

How beautiful!
Great dessert and it really looks super inviting :)

Wanda Ann Olsen said...

Thank you for sharing on Tuesday Trivia. This is so pretty and looks delicious. Pinned
Have a beautiful day.
Wanda Ann @ Memories by the Mile

Lizbeth McGow said...

This looks so the colors and flavors...oats on a Jello mold is firsts to me, but I"m in for the challenge! Thanks for sharing! Came to your blog via Dizzy Busy and Hungry's party!

Holly McDonald said...

Yum! Thank you for spreading JOY and sharing at the Oh What a HAPPY Day party.

Holly at Not Done Growing

Supriya Nair said...

The jello looks fab...luved the idea of curbing the artificial packs....adding agar agar is a good option

easyfoodsmith said...

Healthy, pretty and tasty...all check boxes ticked. :-)

Catherine said...

Easy and refreshing...perfect for summer. The colors are beautiful.

Blessings, Catherine

Krystle said...

Yum!!! Love this and can't wait to try it!!

Pinned it! Thanks for sharing with us at One Sharendipity Place this weekend!

Krys and

Diane Balch said...

I remember cool jello dishes like this when I was a kids. Looks delicious. Thanks for the flashback and sharing this on foodie friday.

Susan@Organized31 said...

My mom used to make a similar jello salad but it was green (pistachio jello maybe). Thanks for sharing at Inspire Us Thursday.

Ambreen (Simply Sweet 'n Savory) said...

Very tempting & delicious fruit jelly!

anyonita green said...

How vibrant and perfect for summer! :) Jello dishes were all the rage when I was a young'un, haven't really had them since, but I'd nibble this up in a heartbeat! Thank you so much for linking up with me this week at Tasty Tuesdays! I’ve pinned this & shared it with my followers! Please be sure to stop back by the party and check out some of the other links!

Cindy Eikenberg, Little Miss Celebration said...

This looks wonderful! Thank you so much for sharing at Best of the Weekend! Pinning to our party board and hope to see again this Friday. Have a wonderful week!

Cathy Compeau said...

Hi there! I am co-hosting this week on the My Favorite Posts Showoff Weekend Blog Party. Thanks for connecting up!

I host a (Not SO) Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop and a TGIF Link Party over at my place -- A Peek Into My Paradise... I would love for you to link up and follow (if you don't already) if you like what you see. =) I follow back - I love making new friends!

Have a terrific week!

Hugs, Cathy

Adelina Priddis said...

This jello looks maxing! I've never seen jello made with oats before, but I think that's. nice touch. Tank you for sharing on Foodie Friday

Diana - FreeStyleMama said...

Love it! Thanks for sharing at my Pin Me Linky Party!

Ruthie Knudsen said...

How fun... and pretty for a summertime tea! I'm so glad you came to share at Super Saturday Show & Tell last week... this week I'm co-hosting a HUGE bash with 2 other bloggers! Come on over and share again! xoxo~ Ruthie

Where To Eat said...

Looks really delicious and tasty, I wonder what dragon fruit taste like. Lovely combination of jello and dragon fruit.

Mamal Diane said...

Love this! It looks delicious. I was wondering how you could make jello at home. Thanks for joining us at the Let's Get Social Sunday. I also host a Tuesday party called The Gathering Spot and would love it if you'd come and link up. Have a wonderful week :)


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