Sometimes we are unhealthy. On those occasions we go all out. These are all out. If you hate sugar, then these aren’t for you. If you love a treat, then you’re going to want to make these!! These Christmas layered jelly pots are super simple to make and super yummy to eat.
I guess if I’m going to cheat my rules about healthy food blogging, then Christmas is the time of year, right? I’ve got plenty of healthy treats, so if you really can’t bear to make these, then check out our reindeer poop or our carrot oat bars…or even our low sugar basic cookie dough! Anyway…back to the sugar…
I did make a concession to make these slightly healthier though- I have used the all natural jelly from Aeroplane, rather than using the other types. And I did top them with raspberries instead of candy canes- which was my original thought.
Making these jellies is super simple, but I have a few extra tips for you incase you want to make them even quicker. You can pop an extra teaspoon of gelatin into each of the jellies and then they will set even quicker than the 2 hours I’m allowing per layer. This also works for the white chocolate condensed milk layer, add an extra teaspoon of gelatin and it will set a lot quicker!
This recipe makes at least 8 pots. I say that because it depends on your serving size, so that depends on you. Using little glass pots like I have gives the best effect too. I would have had eight in the picture, but there was a little incident in the fridge, meaning that only 4 from 8 survived. It’s that time of year when the fridge is overfilled!
Serve these as dessert for the young and old at your Christmas gathering!