Bright, fruity jellies studded with berries and set in martini glasses make a sophisticated dessert for a dinner party.
Fresh coconut can be shaved into long flakes using a vegetable peeler. Note
This beautiful jelly is perfect for layering in a trifle or served simply with scones or toast for breakfast.
A spectacular dessert to produce at the end of a very special meal, prosecco and raspberry jellies sprinkled with gold leaf are perfectly pretty.
These tropical jelly cups, topped with passionfruit pulp and coconut yoghurt, are the perfect chilled dessert to enjoy after a hot day at the beach. And they are suitable for diabetics.
These pretty little morsels combine the flavours of strawberry and coconut for a wonderful teatime treat that can be devoured in two bites.
Rose, violet, nasturtium and pansy petals are all edible and make beautiful additions to recipes. Note
This dessert is something else, sweet, crisp and fragrant champagne jelly studded with ripe stone fruit and juicy raspberries. A sophisticated end to a lovely dinner party.
The jelly can be made up to two days ahead of serving. Note
Not suitable to freeze. Suitable to microwave. Note
It’s not that hard being green… there’s a pond, plenty of water, lily pads and a rainbow connection… Why, there’s lots of fun to be had!
White icing is also known as fondant (it’s the traditional icing used on wedding cakes). It is available in packets from the supermarket and cake decorating shops. Note