Saturday, May 22, 2010
Finger jello recipes using juice are very common and they all have pretty much the same ingredients and the same quantities. Finger jello is a regular part of Sam's snack diet. Grape is her favorite flavor, along with black cherry. This is the way I make it.
Juice Finger Jello Recipe
2 cups 100% fruit juice, divided
3 packets gelatine
2 tbsp light agave nectar -OR- sugar (or 3 if juice isn't very sweet on its own)
Pour 1/2 cup cold juice in an 8x8 square pan. Sprinkle gelatine evenly over it and let it sit for a few minutes to be absorbed by the juice. In a small pan, heat the remaining 1-1/2 cups juice and agave or sugar until it starts to boil. Add the hot juice to the pan and stir the mixture until the gelatine is completely melted and dissolved. Refrigerate for 2 hours, then cut into squares. Pick up a square and eat it with your fingers. Finger jello stores in the refrigerator.