Berry Jelly

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Linda Barker


  • 1 x 750 ml bottle of sparkling wine
  • 2 cups sugar
  • 2 cups cherries (halved and stones removed)
  • 3 tablespoons gelatine dissolved in 1 cup hot water.
  • 3 punnetts of berries (a mixture or all the same – it doesn’t matter)


Heat bubbly and sugar in a saucepan and bring to the boil, stirring to dissolve sugar. Add cherries and simmer for 3 -4 minutes.
Allow to cool and then
stir in gelatine. Once completely cold stir through berries.
Pour into mould or dishes.
Chill for at least 2 hours, until jelly sets.
Depends on the size of your dishes as to exactly how long this takes.
Best made the day before.

This looks very impressive made in a ring tin, and fill the middle up with more fresh berries.


The recipe above has been supplied by a member of the public and has not been individually tested by Helen Jackson. Helen Jackson does not accept any liability in relation to publication of this recipe.

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2 thoughts on “Berry Jelly

  1. Please can the Berry Jelly recipe be amended.

    There is mistake in the amt of gelatine. It should be 3 Tablespoons, not teaspoons.