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Almond Gelatin

Rated as 4.87 out of 5 Stars

"Almond gelatin - just like the way they serve it at Chinese dim sum!"
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8 h 10 m servings 118
Original recipe yields 4 servings


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  1. Combine gelatin with boiling water, stirring until dissolved. Stir in sugar, milk, and almond extract. Pour into a 9 inch square pan and refrigerate overnight. Cut into cubes and serve with fruit cocktail.

Nutrition Facts

Per Serving: 118 calories; 2 21.6 3.7 6 31 Full nutrition

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This is different from anything I've ever tried before so it took a bit of "getting used to." That being said, this is a wonderful, quick, light dessert and would be perfect on a hot summer day....

I like it. It's a flexible dish that can be dressed up lots of different ways. I'm also a fan of almond flavoring, and I like that it's not too heavy.

Simple recipe. Can be served at the most elegant of gatherings. Skip the fruit coctail. Use fresh diced fruit such as pear papaya and mango. This recipe is far superior to the "Almond Jelly"...

I love this. :) Add as less gelatin as possible for a wonderful panna cotta.

Very easy to make, and very tasty. Paired it with some cherry preserves instead of the fruit cocktail.

I made this with soy milk, and topped with chopped fresh pear. Really great healthy dessert. Next time will make a dble recipe!

Very light taste - did the raspberry sauce with some fresh berries - used small flower molds. Very good almond flavor!

OMG, my new favorite recipe first time I dropped in two cups of raspberries, tonight I'm using cherries. I can't wait until it sets

This was a nice surprise and enjoyed by all. A great light dessert.