Nectarine Jelly

The last fruit jelly I made, peach jelly, was good. The silky texture on my tongue and chunky sweet yellow peach feels nostalgic for me and makes me want to eat more. I bought a big bag of yellow peach and nectarines at the grocery store the other day, and since the last one was peach flavor, let’s spot a light on nectarine this time. I remember I had mashed, smooth fruit jelly when I was a kid, so follow my memory to have yummy snacks with nostalgia! 


<Today’s Recipe>

Nectarine Jelly

nectarine jelly


  • 2 large nectarines
  • 1 teaspoon unflavored gelatin
  • ½ lime for juice
  • Optional – whipped cream, cube-cut nectarine



  1. Peel nectarine skins and put the fruits in a blender. Turn on the switch until they are smooth.
  2. Transfer the liquid in a pot and splash lime juice and gelatin.
  3. Bring it to boil and stir well to dissolve the gelatin. Remove from heat.
  4. Let it sit until they are not too hot, and transfer the liquid in cups.
  5. Set the jelly in a fridge for about 1~2 hours.

nectarine jelly

Pretty easy, simple jelly for the perfect summer snack! mashed fruits jelly gives different texture from ordinal jelly, and I l love that because I feel like I’m eating extra nutrition! Should I eat it as a midday snack or refreshing dessert after a nice hot shower?;)


<Other Dessert Idea for a Hot Day>

The silky version jelly with chunky fruit! Peach Jelly

peach jelly

Lassi for dessert! Nectarine Lassi

nectarine lassi

Silky, creamy gorgeous dessert! Mango Cheesecake

2 layers mango cheesecake

Enjoy home cooking and your own creation of homemade food:)

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