CF, DF, EF, FF, GF, GRF, NUTF, SALF, SOYF, SUF, YF
For the Jello
Make The Infusion
Add the dried flowers and boiled water to a mason jar. Add on lid and let sit 8-12 hours. Strain. Use lilac infusion in recipe.
Make The Jello
Add lilac infusion, juice, sweetener and gelatin to a pot. Put on low heat and stir. Allow gelatin to dissolve, stirring every so often so that it does not burn, about 5-10 minutes. Remove from heat. Add in liquid chlorophyll.
Add to a large bowl or individual serving dishes. Place in fridge to set.
Makes 8 1-cup servings. Serves 8.
The lilac infusion tastes great when mixed with juice all on its own, with or without the sweetener, so feel free to drink this and skimp on making jello.
Lilac infusion does have an astringent property, so if you'd rather avoid any "medicine," use fresh lilac flowers instead of dried. This will make a mild-tasting "sun-tea."
Note that I took all the flowers off the stems, so NO stems.
This recipe uses gelatin, so is not MF. Feel free to try your hand with agar-agar to make this a vegan recipe :)
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Labels Used in Recipes:
CF- Corn Free
DF- Dairy Free
EF- Egg Free
FF- Fat Free
GF- Gluten Free
GRF- GRain Free
MF- Meat Free
NUTF- NUT Free
SALF- SALt Free
SOYF- SOY Free
SUF- SUgar Free
YF- Yeast Free
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