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Christmas is a time to gather the family and what better to do than with a rich milk jelly decorated with leaves of good night, no doubt a very fun dessert, original and full of flavor.
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12 portions
  • 1 can condensed milk, (397 g) for milk gelatine
  • 1 can evaporated milk, (360 ml) for milk gelatine
  • 1 1/2 cups milk, for milk gelatin
  • 4 envelopes gelatin, (28 grams) melted and hydrated
  • 1/2 envelopes strawberry jelly, 25 g
  • 1/2 cups Water, hot
  • 1/2 envelopes Lemon Jelly, 25 g
  • 1/2 cups Water, hot
  • 1/2 envelopes pineapple jelly, 25 g
  • 1/2 cups Water, hot


Blend condensed milk with evaporated milk, milk, gradually add grenetin.
Pour a quarter of the milk jelly on a mold. Refrigerate for 1 hour or until set.
Dissolve the strawberry, lemon and pineapple jelly envelopes in hot water. Reservation.
With the help of a cookie cutter in the form of a leaf and a circular cutter, cut the milk jelly in the form of a good night. Remove what you cut so that the spaces remain.
Fill the leaves with strawberry jelly and other lemon jelly to make the petals of the flower. Fill the center with pineapple jelly. Refrigerate until curd.
Pour the rest of the milk jelly over the gelatin already curdled. Refrigerate until set and unmold.


On an extended plate.


If you pour the gelatin very hot or warm, you could stain the gelatin by the change in temperature. Take care that it is at room temperature.

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Ratings (16)
Jessica Alexa
27/12/2020 23:43:27
y si no tengo los cortadores como le puedo hacer
04/11/2019 19:04:42
Hello, I'm trying to make the Gelatina Navideña using your recipe. I've never made jello before. For the gelatin, after dissolving 1 oz of powder gelatin into 1 cup of water, am I supposed to add the full 1 cup of dissolved gelatin to the blender? Or should I only add 1 oz of the dissolved gelatin?
Adonay Contreras
19/03/2019 16:11:59
Albert Vargas
12/12/2018 22:07:35
Realmente súper deliciosa
Silvia Gutierrez González
20/11/2018 20:41:06
La presentación es increíble aunado a lo fácil en la preparación es un éxito
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