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Mango jello bites

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photos and recipe contributed by Nanette of Cultural Chromatics

When watermelon and mangoes start showing up in grocery stores, that’s when I know summer has officially arrived. Though summer doesn’t really start until August here in San Francisco, we’re occasionally blasted with sweltering weekends where I’m sitting and sweating in my 4th floor apartment.

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It’s times like these when I don’t want to move, eat, or do anything unless it’s cold and easy to eat. Thus, inspiration for these mango jelly bites! It’s also riff off of one of my favorite traditional Chinese desserts, creamy mango pudding, but a little easier to make…

mango jello bites | sugarandcloth.com

Ingredients:

  • 1 packet unflavored gelatin
  • 1 can mango nectar, I used Kern’s mango nectar (brings back good childhood memories!)
  • sweetened, shredded coconut

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In a shallow container, pour our 2/3rds of the mango nectar and then sprinkle the unflavored gelatin on top. Let sit for a minute. Meanwhile, bring the rest of the mango nectar to a boil in a small saucepan.

Next, add the boiled juice to the cold juice and whisk, making sure all the powder is dissolved. Refrigerate for about 4 hours, or until the jello is solid. mango jello bites | sugarandcloth.com

Cut into little cubes and top with coconut.

mango jello bites | sugarandcloth.commango jello bites | sugarandcloth.commango jello bites | sugarandcloth.com

Tell us, what’s your favorite summer fruit?!

nanette wong

photos and recipe contributed by Nanette of Cultural Chromatics
mango jello bites - sugar and cloth

Mango jello bites

mango jello bites | sugarandcloth.com mango jello bites | sugarandcloth.com

photos and recipe contributed by Nanette of Cultural Chromatics

When watermelon and mangoes start showing up in grocery stores, that’s when I know summer has officially arrived. Though summer doesn’t really start until August here in San Francisco, we’re occasionally blasted with sweltering weekends where I’m sitting and sweating in my 4th floor apartment.

MY LATEST VIDEOS

It’s times like these when I don’t want to move, eat, or do anything unless it’s cold and easy to eat. Thus, inspiration for these mango jelly bites! It’s also riff off of one of my favorite traditional Chinese desserts, creamy mango pudding, but a little easier to make…

mango jello bites | sugarandcloth.com

Ingredients:

  • 1 packet unflavored gelatin
  • 1 can mango nectar, I used Kern’s mango nectar (brings back good childhood memories!)
  • sweetened, shredded coconut

mango jello bites | sugarandcloth.com

In a shallow container, pour our 2/3rds of the mango nectar and then sprinkle the unflavored gelatin on top. Let sit for a minute. Meanwhile, bring the rest of the mango nectar to a boil in a small saucepan.

Next, add the boiled juice to the cold juice and whisk, making sure all the powder is dissolved. Refrigerate for about 4 hours, or until the jello is solid. mango jello bites | sugarandcloth.com

Cut into little cubes and top with coconut.

mango jello bites | sugarandcloth.commango jello bites | sugarandcloth.commango jello bites | sugarandcloth.com

Tell us, what’s your favorite summer fruit?!

nanette wong

photos and recipe contributed by Nanette of Cultural Chromatics

Comments

  • corinanika

    06.17.14

    This is insanely good!!!! how i’ve never thought of it!!

  • charlotte

    06.19.14

    yum! I think mango is my favourite summer fruit too, and also melon, blueberries, and strawberries!

  • Sabrina

    07.03.14

    What size can is the mango nectar that you used?? Like how many ounces?

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