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Coconut Jelly with Fresh Raspberries


_MG_9978Coconut Jelly is a great refreshing treat to enjoy over the summer months with your favourite seasonal fruits. It is a  nice addition to any fruit salad, super easy and vegan friendly!
I have never used agar agar before but I have seen my roommate use it to make a similar recipe. (Which was equally delicious!) I also remember eating a savoury jelly as a side dish in South Korea which used something similar to agar agar to make it a jelly like consistency while keeping it vegan friendly.
It is always exciting when making jelly to see it transform from a liquid to a solid!

As a kid I remember one of my grandpa’s favourite treat’s was jello mixed with fresh fruit. We would always visit him on his farm and he would have fresh made jello around for us to eat. It was always quite special! I am unsure what his take would have been on vegetarians and vegans, but if given the chance I would love to have shared some recipes with him that were vegan/vegetarian friendly.
It is also a great recipe to try when it is hot outside! Super refreshing and simple to make 🙂

I hope everyone is enjoying their summer, I am loving the sunshine and smiling faces! Thanks for stopping by and hope to see you again soon!

Much Love,

Anna xoxoxo


Author: cupcakesalwayswin

I am a certified baker and love to share my passion of entertaining friends and family.

4 thoughts on “Coconut Jelly with Fresh Raspberries

  1. Very pretty! Must try using agar agar. I had no luck when I used it for cheesecakes long ago.

  2. I made some coconut jelly! It was really yummy, I’ve done a post about and linked back to this recipe:

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