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JackFruit and Pink Jelly

This delicious desert is famous in my household. Very light, and mostly consist of fruits and jelly. The boys like it, and that's important because they will eat it. Sometimes it is hard to know what will be a hit. Once in a while the hit becomes old news, and I am again having to come up with a different idea. Although this desert has been around for quite awhile and I hope it remains around for a long time.



This desert, let's call it JackFruit and Jelly, is made up of thinly sliced jack fruit strips and young coconut strips, coconut jelly, strawberry jelly, and logans. All the ingredients are mixed together in a pot and bring to a boil.
The combined ingredients are poured into a desert serving glass individually. Then the last ingredient, which is the coconut milk, will be spooned in slowly. Now this desert is ready to be served with shaved ice. Have you had your fruits today?


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22 comments :

  1. Beautiful, and delightful dessert! You're such a tease with your foods pictures..always make me drool :-)

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  2. Such a beautiful dessert! Very classy and upscale.
    Yvonne

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  3. How summery and tropical is this?! :)

    It lok very yummy, but can you substitute the jack fruit for anything else? I cannot get it here in France...

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  4. BirdCraft- Depending on your taste, but seaweed jelly or firm can grapes would taste great too. Just make sure what ever you substitute is firm. :-)

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  5. What a gorgeous dessert. I can't imagine anyone growing tired of it. I hope you are having a wonderful Foodie Friday.

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  6. Looks sooo....yummy. We miss your delicious desert. I want some now :-)

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  7. Bandwidth loved this. We're making a grocery list. This will be delicious. Thanks!

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  8. That looks delicious! I've never had jackfruit before, but it would be fun to try. :)

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  9. We heard about your cooking talents from the toughest critic, Miss Ho. I have to try some of this yummy food!

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  10. oh my god....I remember jackfruit! We used to have a tree with that fruit, in our backyard! Come to think of it, we haven't eaten that in FOREVER!!!!! I miss that fruit!!!!! IT's really good!!!!!

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  11. That looks perfect and so yummy, Happy Pink Saturday, Char

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  12. That looks good! Happy Pink Saturday to you.

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  13. ♫Happy Pink Saturday♫

    Gloomy and gray over in my neck of the woods today so all of the pinks shared this Saturday are so special and cheerful. They remind me that there are more colors than just white, gray and black.Your pinks are wonderful! My goodness - so special☺

    I hope your weekend is filled with sunshine surrounded by the laugher of those you love.

    Please pray for the people of Haiti. May God bless each and every soul.

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  14. wow, i never knew it is this easy to make, i love this, but sadly, I buy them, next time, I will try to make my own.

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  15. This looks and sounds WONDERFUL!!
    Happy Pink Saturday!!!

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  16. wow, that looks inviting! would love to try it!

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  17. Hi there..this looks lovely tasty and tropical! Thanks for your visit and hope you have a wonderful weekend-

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  18. It's so pretty - what is jackfruit, though?

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  19. Three Rivers Michigan- Jackfruit is a fruit native to Southeast Asia. Spiky skin and very large, it is yellow inside and doesn't taste like any other fruits that I know. Thank you for your comments. I am glad I could bring a little something different to the memes we participated in. Have a good weekend.

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  20. I love the fruits but without the coconut milk.. I am not a fan of it.. It helps to enrich the flavour but somehow it is just too strong for me..

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  21. @Yvonne @ StoneGable This desert is actually very humble in preparation, it is one of the most wonderful fast preparing desert I know

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  22. @MaryMy family is so spoiled, they don't eat the same things for long. Biggest challenge. Smiles

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