This recipe uses all natural ingredients like coconut water and nutrient rich mixed berries that include blueberries, raspberries, strawberries and goji berries. Agar-Agar powder is added to the coconut water to set the jellies. This recipe is also gluten free, paleo, vegan, dairy free, soy free, nut free, egg free and refined sugar free. All ingredients included in this easy dessert makes it a nutritional powerhouse dessert!

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Coconut Water and Mixed Berries Jelly [Vegan]

Calories

58

Serves

12

Ingredients

For the jelly:

  • 6 cups coconut water
  • 3 tablespoons agar-agar powder (2½ tablespoons for softer texture)
  • 2 1/2 tablespoons stevia
  • 7 ounces blueberries, washed
  • 7 ounces raspberries, washed
  • 8.8 ounces strawberries, washed and cut into quarters
  • 1 ounce dried goji berries
For the Garnish:
  • Some strawberries, washed
  • Some raspberries, washed
  • Some blueberries, washed
  • Some dried goji berries
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Preparation

  1. Place and divide all the berries into 12 mini non-stick pudding molds, jelly molds or any small bowls. Fill up to half full.
  2. Add the all the coconut water and agar-agar powder into pot, whisk and combine well.
  3. Bring to a boil and simmer on low heat. Stir until the agar-agar powder has melted and thickened. Turn off the heat.
  4. Pour the mixture into the berry-filled mini non-stick pudding molds, jelly molds or any small bowls used.
  5. Chill in the refrigerator for about 2 hours or until set and cooled.
  6. Remove the jelly from the mold by running a thin smooth edged plastic knife or any small knife around the sides of the mold.
  7. Serve the jelly with some extra berries.

Notes

Agar agar powder and dried goji berries can be purchased from Asian groceries stores or health food stores.

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    Nutritional Information

    Per Serving: Calories: 58 | Carbs: 13 g | Fat: 0 g | Protein: 1 g | Sodium: 29 mg | Sugar: 9 g Note: The information shown is based on available ingredients and preparation. It should not be considered a substitute for a professional nutritionist’s advice.