This Choco Jelly recipe is definitely for chocolate lovers! Try this one.
Choco Jelly Recipe
- 1 pack Mr. Gulaman Unflavored White Gelatin (25 grams)
- ¼ cup cocoa powder (I used Starbucks cocoa)
- 1 cup Sugar (you need to make it sweeter to override the bitter hint of cocoa)
- 1 can Jersey Condensed milk (250 ml)
- 1 pack Nestle All-Purpose Cream (250 ml), chilled for 5 minutes
- 1 ½ cups milk (i used bear brand sakto pack, dissolved in water)
- 750 ml cold water (about 4 cups water)
- ½ tsp vanilla flavoring
- 2 tablespoon chocolate syrup (or milo)
For the Gelatin:
- In a saucepan, mix and dissolve Mr Gulaman powder in 750 ml of cold water (do not use hot or warm water)
- Over medium heat, place saucepan in stove and dissolve the cocoa with a whisk. Let it boil quickly about 1 or 2 minutes only.
- Transfer in a rectangle container to spread about 1 inch thick. Let it stand to cool for 30 minutes. Once cool, place in freezer about 10 minutes just to quickly chill the jelly. Then take it out.
- When the gelatin sets, cut into cubes. Ideal would be ½ inch in size. I sliced 1×1 inch (kinda big for me.) If serving for kids, slice it in smaller sizes.
For the Creamy base:
- In a mixing bowl, use a hand mixer or whisk; blend the all-purpose cream, milk, condensed milk and ½ teaspoon of vanilla flavoring.
For the Creamy Chocolate:
- Whisk in about 1-2 tablespoon chocolate syrup, milo or melted chocolate to make it chocolatier in color.
For the Creamy white:
- If you want the plain white creamy color, there is no need to add chocolate syrup or milo.
- Then add the choco gelatin cubes and mix it. Refrigerate for 2-3 hours. Serve in individual glasses. Enjoy!!!
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