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Coffee Jelly with Baileys Irish Cream, A Tasty Dessert Recipe

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Soft delicious coffee-flavoured gelatine cubes, served with Haagen Dazs Royal Milk Tea Ice-Cream and paired with Baileys Irish Cream, the popular Japanese Coffee Jelly is set to please any discerning palates.

There are different variations of Coffee Jelly. You can use Gelatin, Konnyaku ( こんにゃく ) or even Agar Agar to make this yummy dessert. It really depends on the texture you prefer – soft, springy or harder finish. For this recipe, I am using Agar Agar for a firmer texture.

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I got these pretty glass cocktail glasses from Daiso Singapore some time back. Pour some coffee liqueur into these pretty glasses to pair with your sweet treat and drizzle them over the ice-cream just before serving, the Coffee Jelly with Baileys Irish Cream is definitely a hit with your guests.

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( Makes one 12” x 8” Tray, Serves 6 )
Ingredients:
12g Redman Agar Agar Powder
100g Sugar
8g Nescafe Coffee Powder / 3 Sachets
6 Scoops of Haagen Dazs Royal Milk Tea Ice-Cream
1 litre Water
Baileys Irish Cream to serve with

Method:
  • Make a parchment paper boat to line a baking tray for easy removal and cutting.
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  • Make agar agar accordingly to instructions on the packet, and add Nescafe coffee powder and mix well.
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  • Pour onto the tray and remove any bubbles. Leave to cool and refrigerate to set.
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  • Remove from tray gently by lifting the parchment paper. Cut away the edges.
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  • Cut into cubes after that.
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  • Place coffee jelly into serving glasses and top with ice-cream. Drizzle Baileys onto ice-cream or serve separately. Enjoy your Coffee Jelly with Baileys Irish Cream!
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Well, here’s another version I had prepared some years back using ready-made ones from Daiso - X’mas Baileys Coffee Jelly Recipe!

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The Coffee Jelly was part of my 4-Course Lunch Menu with girlfriends. Click on the links below for the respective recipes:
- Lychee Tea
- Potted Plants Potato Egg Mayo
- Vegetable Consommé with Tobiko Prawn Ball
- Foie Gras Penne

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31 comments:

  1. Yum! Yum! This is so heavenly delicious as I always have a bottle of Kahlua Coffee liquor and Bailey's Irish cream at home anytime.

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  2. Beautiful dessert. Too beautiful to be eaten. Unfortunately I dont take coffee but I guess I could sub with other stuff. Cocoa maybe??

    Love your Xmas jelly. So festive. Oh my, Christmas is few months away. Time flies.

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    1. Try tea! Gonna make tea jelly & will post recipe. xoxo

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  3. It look very yummy 😊
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  4. I love to eat jellies but have not tried coffee jelly. Should be tasty when eaten with ice cream.

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  5. Such a delicious, elegant dessert! I love Bailey's!!!

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  6. Hi Shirley! I am so glad I found my way back here :) I am a coffee lover and this dessert is perfect for me!

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    1. Welcome back, & so glad this post has caught your attention, dear! xoxo

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  7. I really like this perfect food !!!

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  8. This must taste delicious!!! Happy tuesday my dear!

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  9. Hi, it looks very very delicoussss :)

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  10. tiene que estar delicioso, que bien te ha quedado

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  11. Indeed this looks very dessert-licious!

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  12. wow! I have to try this! My inlwas love having coffee with vanilla ice cream, so next time they come over i want to try this!
    thanks for sharing!
    S

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  13. I love your delicious coffee-flavoured gelatine cubes above all! really great!

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  14. Looks so good, I love the fact that you are putting a coffee flavoured jelly. This is a refreshing recipe, finally get to use my Baileys.

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  15. i looooooove coffee jelly! now you're making me crave for this! haha

    xoxo, rae
    http://www.raellarina.net/

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  16. Gosh! Alcoholic ice-cream. I need all of it please.

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  17. Great post!

    You have a nice blog!

    Would you like to follow each other? (f4f) Let me know on my blog with a comment! ;oD

    Have a great day!

    xoxo Jacqueline
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  18. Yums!

    Have a great week, Shirley!

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  19. Hello Shirley!
    yummy that looks so delicious!
    Thanks for sharing!
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  20. Delicious!

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  21. Never try this kind of dessert. It look delicious treat though!

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  22. Now this is heavenly stuff, Shirley. I love Baileys! ^.^
    A very nice treat for your friends.

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