Jaqui's Cook Book

Ready, Jelly, Gos

I am famous with my grandchildren for my "Ready, Jelly, Gos" - aka traffic light jellies.  They really are the easiest of party food, if a little time-consuming, and they look amazing.  All you need are red, orange and green jellies plus some plastic glasses.  Three jellies make 6 - 8 Ready, Jelly, Gos at a cost of less than a pound.  Just multiply for bigger parties. 

Main thing to remember is that you start with the green jelly (the first time I made this, I started with the red - wrong!)  Each layer takes a short while to set in the fridge but if you time it right, you can start first thing in the morning and have them all ready for tea.

 

Ready, Jelly, Gos can be adapted for special occasions.  Last Christmas, I added ice-cream, sprinkles and shooting stars to turn them into "Ready, Jelly, Ho, Ho, Hos" and at my recent birthday at the beginning of June,we celebrated the Queen's Diamond Jubilee (and my birthday) with Ready, Jelly, Jubilee, Go, Go, Gos (pictured).  These added ice-cream plus jelly champagne bottles.  Anything goes, with Ready, Jelly Gos!

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Karen | Reply 27.06.2012 21.33

And very delicious they were too!

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I’m glad you liked it, Sally. Jaqui x

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