Thursday, 4 June 2015

Beer Jelly

How often do you bookmarked a recipe and never really gotten into making it?  For me, I am a big culprit on that.  I have so many that I bookmarked and wanted to do but never really gotten into it.  So right now, I am making attempt to clear it slowly.

When I first saw Beer Jelly on Ochikeron's you tube channel, I find it really cute.  Not that I like beer that much but having to serve it on the dining table will throw my kids off guard. 

Then again, whenever I buy the apple juice, it always disappeared fast.  So for this supererogatory effort to hide the juice, I finally manage to make this.

Finding: Aren't they cute?  I wish I have tiny beer mug to serve this. 

Source: Ochikeron

What you need:

500ml clear apple juice (at room temperature)
10g gelatin powder


From the 500ml apple juice, remove 43g of apple juice into a large microwavable bowl.

Mix in the gelatin powder until combined.  Cover with microwave cling wrap and microwave it for 30 sec and mix well again.

Add the rest of the apple juice and place the bowl over another bowl of ice water.

Whisk slowly for 6 minutes.  The mixture should reached around 18°C.

Remove the apple juice mixture from the ice water and then whisk quickly for 15 seconds to create more foam.

Pour into serving glasses, scoop more foam onto it.

Let it set in the fridge for about an hour.

Maybe it is too early to serve beer especially on a weekday?  



  1. I am guilty of always bookmarking recipes but never gotten around to try them. This beer jelly is one of them and I really wanted to try making this one of these days. Looks so refreshing and tempting too!

    1. Yes I am slowly trying to clear off my list of bookmarked recipes. All so nice and don't know where to start off. Take one day at a time is my motto now. heheh.

  2. cute...can even make this on april fool's day !

    1. Lena you gave me an idea for next year. :)

  3. now this is what i call eating my beer ! heh heh.. no grammar mistake.. yeah!

  4. Hi Edith,
    Me too ...guilty of bookmarking recipes but yet to try each of them :(
    Your glasses of beer jelly really looked like beer !

    1. Karen, I am glad to hear that you think this is real.

  5. This is too cute! Have been wanting to try this too. The weather these ew days are just prefect for it. ;)

    1. Try try I am sure you can do a better job than me.

    2. Try try I am sure you can do a better job than me.


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