Applejack Jello

April 13, 2010 at 1:22 am | Posted in Alcohol, Apple, Booze, Recipe, Vodka | 5 Comments
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Another refreshing spring time jello, inspired by one of Shane’s favorite drinks, comprised of layers of apple cider, chopped green apples and vodka.  Sweet, tart, and tangy all at the same time!

 

* I didn’t cook the apples for this recipe but, in retrospect, I think that may have made it better. Once sauteed, apples can be incorporated into this recipe as normal. http://allrecipes.com/recipe/21672/sauteed-apples/

1/2 cup water
1 1/4 cup apple juice, boiling
1 cup apple cider, boiling
3/4 cup cold apple cider
1/2 cup cold vodka
2 envelopes of Knox unflavored gelatin
1 cup diced apples

In a small bowl, sprinkle Knox over 1/4 cup water until gelatin absorbs water. Stir in boiling apple juice for at least 2 minutes until gelatin is dissolved. Stir in vodka . Place in the fridge until gelatin thickens (to the consistency of raw eggs). Fold in apples. Spoon into mold and refrigerate until firm but not set.

Meanwhile , in a small bowl, sprinkle Knox over 1/4 cup water until gelatin absorbs water. Stir in boiling apple cider for at least 2 minutes until gelatin is dissolved. Stir in cold cider. Allow to cool. Spoon over apple juice and vodka layer in mold. Refrigerate until firm but not set.

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  1. AMAZING! Seriously. I don’t know what your day job is, but it’s time to quit and open up a Jello shop– this fine city needs you. Mostly, I’m just jealous of your friends that get to chow down on these creations.

  2. This one made my mouth water. Another triumph! Victoria

    • Thanks Handel!

  3. What is the recipe for this one? It looks absolutely delicious. I’m trying to find an apple based jello recipe for Thanksgiving this year.


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