Custard Jelly in a Glass with Cherries

This is a simple no bake recipe that requires very few ingredients. For the Jelly part I have used a store bought Jelly. You can make the jelly as per the instructions on the label. Do try to churn it to a thicker consistency. I used these Rum glasses to set them in. Make sure your jelly has cooled down to room temperature and put the Jelly in the glasses you want to set them in tilt them to 45 degrees angle. Add Cherries into the Jelly. And take a cupcake tray line it with a kitchen cloth and put your glasses on them. They will remain in the angle for the Jelly to set. Make sure it is in the refrigerator for at least 45 minutes.

For the Custard:

  1. Milk: 1 1/2 cup + 1/4 cup cold Milk
  2. Custard Powder: 2 1/2 Tablespoons
  3. Cinnamon Sticks: 1
  4. Sugar: 1 cup

Since I made the custard for a large group of people; I have reduced the quantity. I am sure this will be enough for at least 4 to 5 glasses. Please use the custard powder as per your discretion. Mix the powder into a 1/4 glass of cold milk. Put the rest of the milk on boil add the 1/4 glass into it with a Cinnamon stick. Bring the mix to boil. Keep on stirring till it gets to the consistency of your jelly. Since Custard takes time to cook ensure the gas is on medium low. And it gets thicker at cooler temperature. Add Sugar to the mix at room temperature. Fill it in a piping bag and refrigerate it.

For the Preparation:

Your Custard and Jelly should be at the same temperature otherwise your Jelly will melt and bleed into the Custard so fast it will be a puddle before you know it. In the Picture it started to bleed when I had kept it for too  long at room temperature. So I had to shift the whole thing in my Freezer for Shoot!!!

Be Generous with your Cherries. And your Guests or loved ones will love this Pudding. Do Serve to eat from the Fridge.

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